Long Island, NY - CART Toyota Atlantic Championship driver Guy Cosmo will participate in "Steve & Maria's Bachelor Auction for Breast Cancer" on Friday, Oct. 26. The benefit is hosted by 106.1 WBLI, Long Island, NY. 24-year-old Guy Cosmo is a...
Long Island, NY - CART Toyota Atlantic Championship driver Guy Cosmo will participate in "Steve & Maria's Bachelor Auction for Breast Cancer" on Friday, Oct. 26. The benefit is hosted by 106.1 WBLI, Long Island, NY. 24-year-old Guy Cosmo is a native of Long Island. The top-rated hit music station expects big bids for their bachelors when they put them on the block at Cyberia, a Farmingdale, NY hot spot. Cosmo, ready to stretch his social wings during the off-season, immediately jumped on the opportunity when asked to participate.
"I'll admit this wasn't my idea, but I think it's fantastic," grins Guy. "A friend heard about the promotion on WBLI and suggested that I would be a good candidate. After hearing more about the cause and the fact that the incidence of breast cancer in Long Island is among the highest in the country, I quickly agreed. The local charities help so many women and families in such a positive way. I'll have to make sure I'm extra handsome for Friday night so the ladies at the Bachelor Auction bid enough money on me to make a difference! "
Guy Cosmo will be the only professional race car driver participating in the annual auction. He will be joined by 20 other bachelors, including a New York fireman and police officer. 106.1 WBLI - FM is a Cox Broadcasting-owned station. It is the highest rated radio station in the market and the morning show team, Steve & Maria, also boast the #1 ratings spot.
Guy Cosmo had his best ever finish in the CART Toyota Atlantic Championship Series race at Houston, October 7, 2001. Cosmo piloted the Western Union Speed Team entry for the legendary Duesenberg Brothers Racing team. He finished 8th in only his fifth Toyota Atlantic series start. Cosmo posted top-ten finishes on four of the daunting CART street circuits. He also finished on the podium this year at Sebring in the Star Mazda Series race.
In 2000, Cosmo spent ten months in Denmark as the Mygale works development driver in the Scandinavian Formula 2000 series. While there, he scored two poles, two wins, and 14 top-five finishes on his way to a second place finish in the talent rich Scandinavian open-wheel series. In 1999, Guy Cosmo distinguished himself as one of the hottest young drivers in the US when he won the US F2000 American Continental Championship, notching five victories in the process. Also that year, he tested in Indy Lights and was selected as a test driver for Dunlop Tires
Cosmo has tentative plans to return for a full season in the CART Toyota Atlantic Championship Series in 2002.