Currier Motorsports to compete in 2002

Currier Motorsports To Compete With The Kendall Series in 2002 Salem, IN (November 2, 2001) & ...

Currier Motorsports To Compete With The Kendall Series in 2002

Salem, IN (November 2, 2001) – Currier Motorsports based in Kalamazoo, Michigan has announced its plans to compete fulltime with the Kendall Late Model Series in 2002. Driver Todd Currier will compete for Hubler Group Rookie Of The Year honors, he hopes to continue the streak of strong rookie of the year competitors the series has had over the last three years including Peter Cozzolino in 1999, Scott Hantz in 2000 and Joel Kauffman this past season.

Currier Motorsports brings a very talented team led by Crew Chief Kris Currier and Driver Todd Currier. Todd Currier has been one of the top drivers in the Outlaw Late Model division at Kalamazoo Speedway for several seasons claiming 47 feature wins. Racing at one of the countries top Late Model programs against some of the most talented drivers in the Mid-west will make Currier a favorite to claim the 2002 series rookie honors. Currier has developed a reputation as a very good “long race” competitor at Kalamazoo Speedway with wins in several extra distance races including the famous Kalamazoo Klash and this past season’s inaugural Intimidator 100.

“I have always wanted to move up to ASA,” remarked Currier, “the Kendall Late Model Series will be a great way to get seat time and experience at several tracks ASA competes on.” “I know there will be a learning curve competing in template cars, but I have confidence that our team will be competitive from the start!”

Currier Motorsports also has a reputation for being one of the best looking race cars on the track as well as one of the best dressed teams in the pits. Promotion and media for Currier Motorsports is handled by John Barry who can be reached at 616-344- 7847. For more information about Currier Motorsports check out their web site at www.currier- motorsports.com!

-CM-

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Drivers Joel Kauffman