VETERAN WISCONSIN RACER DAVE TOMCZAK TO COMPETE WITH THE CRA SUPER SERIES Salem, IN (January 31, 2006) -- Veteran Wisconsin racer Dave Tomczak and his Wisconsin Fire Protection race team, out of Franklin, Wisconsin, are planning on competing...
VETERAN WISCONSIN RACER DAVE TOMCZAK TO COMPETE WITH THE CRA SUPER SERIES
Salem, IN (January 31, 2006) -- Veteran Wisconsin racer Dave Tomczak and his Wisconsin Fire Protection race team, out of Franklin, Wisconsin, are planning on competing with the CRA Super Series during the 2006-season, beginning with the 150-lap series season opener at the Music City Motorplex on March 18th in Nashville, Tennessee.
"I am very excited about the 2006 racing season, " remarked Tomczak. "I've heard so many good things about the CRA Super Series and looking at the their schedule many of the races are at my favorite racetracks. I am also very excited about my new engine program with B&B Engines of Appleton, Wisconsin and with my new crew. We expect to be very competitive with our Lefthander Chassis, I can't wait for the season to start!"
Tomczak has competed for numerous years at local tracks in the Wisconsin area but has also spent time competing with the old ASA Racing Series and with ARCA Series at both short track and speedway events. Tomczak has been racing selected events with the NASCAR Elite Midwest Series since 2002.
Tomczak has been in involved in racing for 34 years, not only as a competitor but as a operator of a racecar fabrication shop in the Milwaukee area for about 20 years, building cars that set records and won several track championships. Tomczak, a former college instructor, also spent time as an official with the formally named NASCAR Winston Cup Series in the late 1990's working for former famed Crew Chief turned official Gary Nelson and was a member of the NASCAR Officially Licensed committee.