ALLSTAR: Staff changes announced

CAMARGO, IL -- President and Owner of the All Star Circuit of Champions, Guy Webb, has announced staffing adjustments for the 2003 season. As a continuing effort to clarify and strengthen the ASCoC, Guy Webb is proud to introduce Jack Hewitt of...

CAMARGO, IL -- President and Owner of the All Star Circuit of Champions, Guy Webb, has announced staffing adjustments for the 2003 season. As a continuing effort to clarify and strengthen the ASCoC, Guy Webb is proud to introduce Jack Hewitt of Troy, Ohio as the Competition Director. Jack will be responsible for making sure that all rules are enforced in a fair, yet strict manner. Jack brings to America's Series extensive experience in both winged and non-winged sprint cars as a competitor with both the All Stars and the United States Auto Club. Hewitt is also an Indianapolis 500 veteran and is third on the All Star all time feature winners list with 56 career All Star feature wins. If anyone has further questions regarding All Star rules, please call the All Star office at 217-352-9221.

The second addition to the All Star staff is announcer, Rob Klepper. Klepper, 29, is originally from Caruthers, CA, but will reside in Brownsburg, IN during the racing season. He spent most of last year announcing at Kings Speedway in Hanford, CA and Plaza Park Raceway in Visalia, CA. Rob is a former Crew Chief for HK Motorsports and driver/brother Clay Klepper on their USAC Midget and sprint car. He is also a Nine-Time World Junior Skeetshooting Champion which makes him the only announcer in the country who fits the new motto of the ASCOC----.. Crime doesn't pay.

Webb is also introducing Stephanie Bauer as Director of Business Operations. Bauer, 26, will earn a masters degree in business administration from the University of Findlay (OH). She has an extensive knowledge of the All Stars from following the sport for several years in and around Ohio. Stephanie, a native of Fremont, OH, home of Fremont Speedway, a longtime host of All Star competition, is now calling Indianapolis home. She worked the last three and a half years for PSI, a global company which designs and implements air treatment systems for industrial clients. With PSI, Stephanie gained valuable experience in business administration and event planning.

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Series Sprint
Drivers Jack Hewitt , Clay Klepper