Wittmer Joins Woodhouse Performance for 2010 World Challenge Effort BLAIR, Neb. (Jan. 28, 2010) -- Woodhouse Performance announced today that Montreal's Kuno Wittmer will pilot the team's No. 13 Dodge Viper Competition Coupe in the 2010 World...
Wittmer Joins Woodhouse Performance for 2010 World Challenge Effort
BLAIR, Neb. (Jan. 28, 2010) -- Woodhouse Performance announced today that Montreal's Kuno Wittmer will pilot the team's No. 13 Dodge Viper Competition Coupe in the 2010 World Challenge GT Championship.
The team is entering its seventh year of competition in the World Challenge GT series, which begins its season with a double race weekend on the streets of St. Petersburg, Fla., March 26-28.
"We are thrilled to have Kuno in our Dodge Viper full time," Woodhouse Performance owner Bob Woodhouse said. "His past experience in multiple levels of competition along with the solid foundation this team has established will produce a great combination for success. We're on track to deliver great results for the 2010 season."
"It is a great feeling and a dream come true,to be part of this effort," four-time World Challenge Touring Car race winner Wittmer said.b^0x001cThe team and I are really looking forward to a strong off season testing program in order to be as competitive as possible."
Officials of Dodge Motorsports and Woodhouse Performance are pleased to continue their alliance. Matt Bejnarowicz of Pure Dynamics will provide engineering support and Rick Maxwell will serve as Crew Chief. The team hopes to announce the driver of its second factory-built Dodge Viper Competition Coupe soon.
"We're excited about working with Dodge Motorsports," Team Director of Operations Susan Dunklau said. "They've built a very solid World Challenge Series program over the past several seasons. We're looking forward to working with Kuno."
Wittmer made one start with the team in 2009, earning a front row starting spot at Road America.
-source: scca pro racing