Williamson, NY - Veteran NASCAR modified driver Jan Leaty and the rest of the Schum-Branich Motorsports team will partner with RoZap Enterprises, South Glens Falls, NY, for the 51st Annual Sunoco Race of Champions Modified 200, to be held on...
Williamson, NY - Veteran NASCAR modified driver Jan Leaty and the rest of the Schum-Branich Motorsports team will partner with RoZap Enterprises, South Glens Falls, NY, for the 51st Annual Sunoco Race of Champions Modified 200, to be held on October 5th and 6th, at Oswego (NY) Speedway. Leaty's 2000 Troyer modified will carry the RoZap logo for the event, as part of a sponsorship deal made with the auto transport company. The original sponsorship deal was for NASCAR Featherlite tour race originally scheduled for earlier this month at New Hampshire Internation Speedway. When that event was canceled due to the terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington and not rescheduled, the management of RoZap decided to extend their commitment to the Oswego event. The race is expected to draw top regional modified drivers.
Ro-Zap Enterprises is the parent company of Carriage Traders that began in 1981 as a small used car lot. The operation has grown and now employs over 150 people, and includes several departments, including retail and wholesale auto and truck sales, a full service auto service facility including a body shop, a heavy equipment repair center, and a vehicle transportation and delivery division. The transportation division boasts a fleet of high quality carriers and specializes in hauling vehicles for dealerships, auction establishments, and banks throughout the Northeast.
In addition to RoZap, the team is supported throughout the racing season by several local businesses. The local sponsor roster includes Pace Electronics and Heluva Good Food Products, both of Sodus, NY, Parts Plus/Mr. Auto, of Ontario, Gary Johnston RV Center, Palmyra, Wayne Regional Orthopaedics, of Williamson, with product support from Michael Boone Signs and NAPA Auto Parts, also of Sodus. Rochester area sponsors include Peck Collision, Kennedy and Schum, L. L. Huff Co., Inc. (all of Spencerport), and Horning Construction Co., Inc. (Rochester), with additional product support from Troyer Engineering (Rochester) and Swain Technical Coatings (Scottsville).