Prill, Duncan named to new posts

ENGLEWOOD, Colo.- SCCA Pro Racing Ltd. has named Eric Prill its new Director of Public Relations, while Dee Duncan and Robin Mackay have been named Series Administrators. Prill, 27, who joined the SCCA Pro Racing staff in 1997, initially ...

ENGLEWOOD, Colo.- SCCA Pro Racing Ltd. has named Eric Prill its new Director of Public Relations, while Dee Duncan and Robin Mackay have been named Series Administrators.

Prill, 27, who joined the SCCA Pro Racing staff in 1997, initially serving as U.S. F2000 Publicist, and, most recently, as Public Relations Manager of the Speedvision World Challenge, takes over the position vacated by Greg Rubenstein in February, 2000. The Miami University graduate assumes the responsibility of all SCCA Pro Racing media services, on-line and public relations activities in addition to his current role with the Speedvision World Challenge.

Duncan will serve as Series Administrator for the BFGoodrich Tires Trans-Am series, as well as all other outside-managed series. The SCCA Pro Racing Chief Registrar for more than 10 years prior to taking a hiatus following the 1998 season, Duncan will work full time out of her Cleveland, Ohio home office. In addition to assuming all pre- and post-race administrative responsibilities for Trans-Am, Duncan will travel to each event.

Mackay, who joined the SCCA Pro Racing staff as an Administrative Assistant in November, 1997, assumes the lead role in Speedvision World Challenge and Pro Spec Racer series administration. In addition to handling entries, memberships and logistics for each series, Mackay will serve as Speedvision World Challenge Chief Registrar, travelling to the remaining 2000 race weekends.

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