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WOODHOUSE TO ROCK THE HOUSE Courtney and Wittmer Head to Miller Motorsports Park for Season Finale Milwaukee, Wisconsin (October 1, 2010) - Jeff Courtney, driver of the No. 99 KENDA Tires/Woodhouse Performance/Dodge Viper Competition Coupe ...

WOODHOUSE TO ROCK THE HOUSE
Courtney and Wittmer Head to Miller Motorsports Park for Season Finale

Milwaukee, Wisconsin (October 1, 2010) - Jeff Courtney, driver of the No. 99 KENDA Tires/Woodhouse Performance/Dodge Viper Competition Coupe is energized and ready for the 2010 World Challenge GT Championships Utah Grand Prix Finale at Miller Motorsports Park this weekend, October 1-3. Teammate Kuno Wittmer, driver of the No. 13 Woodhouse Performance/Dodge Viper Competition Coupe is also coiled and ready to unleash his Viper fangs on the 4.5 mile, 24 turn course.

"I'm really hoping that the track will be a good match for the Viper," said Courtney. "A good track may help even out the playing field a bit. The last time we were here, in 2008, I clocked in the fastest race lap and my teammate at the time, Tommy Archer, won the race. Hopefully, we can do even better this weekend."

"I'm looking forward on returning to Salt Lake, I like this place a lot," said Wittmer. "It has a variety of different corners, so our Dodge Vipers should be great here."

The higher elevation of the mountain-top course should also be beneficial to the Vipers, or at least give them less fits than the rest of the field, including the turbo-charged Volvos.

Courtney is holding onto a 6th place position in the 2010 Championship Points Race and Wittmer is clinging to 3rd, hoping to move into 2nd.

"I want this 2nd place in the championship race more than anything. This will be a hard race as it is the last one of the year and all of the competition will be going all out." Leaving no choice for the Woodhouse Performance Team but to leave it all on the track as well.

"There are so many Dodge events planned throughout the weekend and with all the Dodge fans that will be in attendance, should bring great inspiration," said Courtney. "I think I can speak for both Kuno and myself when I say that we are going to hang it all out this weekend."

"A victory would be solid in front of our loyal Dodge Viper owners," said Wittmer. The Viper owners and fans will be out in droves as this weekend is the Viper Owner's Invitational and Dodge Viper Cup.

-source: jeff courtney/woodhouse

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Drivers Tommy Archer , Kuno Wittmer , Jeff Courtney