Eddie Ware Gainesville preview

Ware looking forward to Gainesville Disturbed Motorsports team preparing for NHRA Gatornationals MARIETTA, GEORGIA (March 14, 2007) -- The Pro Modified drag racing team of Disturbed Motorsports is planning on a good showing at its inaugural 2007...

Ware looking forward to Gainesville
Disturbed Motorsports team preparing for NHRA Gatornationals

MARIETTA, GEORGIA (March 14, 2007) -- The Pro Modified drag racing team of Disturbed Motorsports is planning on a good showing at its inaugural 2007 NHRA event, the AMS Staff Leasing Pro Modified Challenge presented by Tindle Enterprises, this coming weekend.

"We're looking forward to Gainesville," said Disturbed Motorsports driver Eddie Ware, who will be piloting the Rupture Streetwear-sponsored 1967 Camaro at the ACDelco Gatornationals in northern Florida. "We enjoy running at Gainesville. There's lots of good fans, and it's a great track to race on."

The team, headed by Eddie's father Sam Ware, has already been competing this season, winning the Pro Street division at the recent US Street Nationals in Bradenton, FL. The team has also been spending time testing the newly-wrapped Camaro, courtesy of Baudier Vehicle Graphics, in Valdosta, Georgia. The team will be tweaking the Brad Anderson Hemi for the Gatornationals, although Ware mentioned they will use the set-up they finished with last year.

"We'll be running the same tune-up with the car that we did for last year," explained the 32-year old Ware. "The AMS will continue to allow us to use the same 4:56 gears as last year, so we're sticking with the combination."

Now entering the second year of AMS Staff Leasing Pro Modified Challenge NHRA (National Hot Rod Association) Pro Modified racing, Ware has raced in the Pro Modified class since 2003 in IHRA competition, capping off a successful 2006 season with a IHRA (International Hot Rod Association) Torco CompetitionPlus.com world record at Epping, NH with a 6.035-second, 235.89 mph winning pass.

-credit: dm

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