Oro Valley, Arizona racer Kevin Krauss will make his first Grand-Am Cup start in a Fall-Line Motorsports prepared BMW M3 at the Miller Motorsports Park September 1st, 2006. The Discount Tire Sunchaser 200 at the brand new 4.5 mile Miller...
Oro Valley, Arizona racer Kevin Krauss will make his first Grand-Am Cup start in a Fall-Line Motorsports prepared BMW M3 at the Miller Motorsports Park September 1st, 2006. The Discount Tire Sunchaser 200 at the brand new 4.5 mile Miller Motorsports Park road course in Tooele, Utah will be round nine of ten for the Grand-Am Cup series.
Fall-Line Motorsports, which is headed by Principal, Mark Boden, will field three cars in the Grand-Am Cup race at Miller Motorsports Park, including the Grand Sport Division M3 racecar #182, driven by Krauss and John Bibbo. The other two Fall-Line Motorsports team cars will be driven by Bob Heniff/TBA and Steve Jenkins/Mark Boden.
Krauss, who originally started in open wheel racing, transitioned his talent and achievement into a successful tenure as a driving instructor at the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving. After much driver coaching for top teams in the American Le Mans Series, Star Mazda, and the Indy Pro Series, Krauss will finally get an opportunity to show why he is one of the most sought after instructors in the country.
The Fall-Line Motorsports crew will give Krauss the opportunity to shake down one of their BMW's prior to the Miller event at the private 3.56 mile Autobahn Country Club Circuit in Joliet, Illinois where Krauss splits his time as the track's Assistant Manager.
"I really have to thank Fall Line Motorsports for the opportunity," commented Krauss, "It should be a great challenge and I really can't wait to begin working with the team."
The race will air on The Speed Channel, September 23rd, 2006 at 1:00pm ET. Sponsorship inquires are welcomed as space is available. All inquires can be directed to Kevin at Kevin.email@example.com.
Kevin Krauss is a very business minded driver who can get attention from the press as much for his thoughtful, articulate commentary about the sport as for his driving skill. Kevin has spent six years an instructor at the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving, working with some of racing's hottest up and comers including, Michael McDowell, Alan Rudolph, Jeff Bucknum, and Jason Leffler among many others. More Information on Kevin Krauss can be found at www.kevinkrauss.com.
-credit: Cole Bosanoz