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4/5/07 - Doug Drown Sets Weekend Schedule

3/29/07 - BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF WAYNE COUNTY LOOKING FOR RACERS TO FILL THEIR OPEN LANES

3/17/07 - Doug Drown Welcomes Veteran Wrench To Team

3/17/07 - Doug Drown Readies For ’07 MACS Season

 

 

 

 

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Doug Drown Sets Weekend Schedule
By Jarrod Lehman

Wooster, OH --- April 5, 2007 - Ohio dirt Late Model racer Doug Drown of Wooster, OH, who is back on the road full time with the Mid Atlantic Championship Series (MACS) for the 2007 racing season on his ‘Plum Crazy ’07 Tour’, will have to wait for his first MACS race of the season as this weekend’s MACS race at The Rock Allegany County Raceway was postponed due to cold and wet weather but the team already has plans for next weekend when Drown competes in his Wooster Glass Co., Mason Racin, Bert Transmissions, Genesis Racing Shocks, Hoosier Tire-Mid Atlantic, Hyperco, Wrisco, Lehman Motorsports Services, Farr Motorsports sponsored Rocket Chassis/Malcuit Racing Engines #12.

Next Friday evening April 13 Drown will travel back to Hilltop Speedway in Millersburg, OH where he found victory lane numerous times last season for the Independent Racing Series (IRS) Deadline 50 event that will pay $5,000 to win. The following day on Saturday April 14 Drown and team will once again head south to Florence Speedway in Florence, KY for the 31st Annual BoB Spring 50 sanctioned by the O’Reilly’s Auto Parts Battle of the Bluegrass series. That race will also pay $5,000 to win.

Crewing for Doug Drown Racing in 2007 will be crew chief Jeff Drown, Scott Delaney, Dan Drown, Jim Boreman, Scott Drown and Shane Hites.

In addition to the MACS schedule, Drown will also be competing in various special independent races in addition to selected races sanctioned by Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, World of Outlaws, UMP, Sunoco ALMS and Independent Racing Series.

Doug, Courtney & Cale Drown will also soon be announcing the recipient of the 3rd Annual Cause For Care Racecar Show & Benefit that will again be held at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster, OH on Sunday July 22, 2007.

For more information on Doug Drown visit his website at: www.dougdrown.com

-Prepared by Lehman Motorsports Services

Doug Drown Racing would like to acknowledge their 2007 supporters:

Wooster Glass Co., Mason Racin, Bert Transmissions, Malcuit Racing Engines, Genesis Racing Shocks, Hoosier Tire-Mid Atlantic, Wrisco Prefinished Aluminum, Hyperco, Lehman Motorsports Services, Rocket Chassis, Farr Motorsports

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BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF WAYNE COUNTY LOOKING FOR RACERS TO FILL THEIR OPEN LANES

Wooster, OH - March 29, 2007 - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Wayne County is looking for teams for their Annual Bowl for Kids Sake to take place at Triway Lanes, in Wooster, Ohio, on Saturday, April 14th. Each team is made up of 4 bowlers and each bowler is asked to raise $100 in pledges or $400 for the team. There are still several lanes available, and it would be great to see the racing community get involved to fill these empty lanes.

The money raised from the Annual Bowl for Kids Sake goes to support local match activities and support services. Big Brothers Big Sisters, a very integral part of helping children grow up to be strong individuals, is a nationally recognized organization, and one Doug and Courtney Drown are proud to support. Matched with their little brother, Ryan, for almost a year now, they have taken him to the races, to movies, go karting…stuff they generally do anyhow, but now they include Ryan.

“He is really a cool kid and it’s great to see the impact you make in a child’s life. This program allows you to do that,” stated Doug Drown. “The Annual Bowl for Kids Sake is something we have participated in for the last couple of years and it really is a good time. They have trivia questions during the bowl where you can earn raffle tickets for some great prizes, they feed you pizza and pop – it is truly an exciting afternoon…and, once people find out what you are raising money for, they are very willing to help out and donate toward your team. – It is so important to give back to the children who come and support you at the track every week – I challenge all of you to hook up with a few of your family, friends, or crew members and come out and bowl with us on the 14th.”

The individual who raises the most pledge money in all five county bowls will receive two complimentary airlines tickets to anywhere in the United States.

For more information on Big Brothers Big Sisters, to sign up for a lane, or to donate toward Doug and Courtney’s team, please call Courtney Drown at (330) 465-7691 or e-mail her at courtney@dougdrown.com.

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Doug Drown Welcomes Veteran Wrench To Team
By Jarrod Lehman

Wooster, OH - March 17, 2007 - Doug Drown of Wooster, OH, who will be back on the road full time with the Mid Atlantic Championship Series (MACS) for the 2007 racing season, has announced a new addition to his crew, long time veteran wrench Scott Delaney who has spent successful and championship seasons with Al Purkey, John Mason and Charlie Duncan. Drown will compete with MACS in his Wooster Glass Co., Mason Racin, Bert Transmissions, Genesis Racing Shocks, Hoosier Tire-Mid Atlantic, Hyperco, Wrisco, Lehman Motorsports Services, Farr Motorsports sponsored Rocket Chassis/Malcuit Racing Engines #12.

“We just got a new crew member as Scott Delaney will be helping out,” confirmed an enthused Drown, 24. “He was a great person to have on the team when he helped us during the 2001 Renegade DirtCar Racing Series season. With Scott's experience for fine tuning a race car and the crew I have had the past few years, with the exception of Ken Moser, I think we will be a well rounded team and we'll be able to handle the situations that occur when traveling on the road.”

“Scott has helped several people like Al Purkey, John Mason and Charlie Duncan, he knows a lot and I hope his knowledge will help us while racing in several big races this year as we are an under budgeted team who runs on our winnings from weekend to weekend so we have to run well to keep going.”

Drown, a former Renegade Dirt Car Series and MACS regular returns full time to MACS since the 2002 season when he finished the season fifth in points in addition to being the recipient that year of the MACS Hard Charger Award. The MACS season kick off on Saturday, April 7 at Rick and Ernie Jones/Oval Track Promotions’ Allegany County Speedway, in Cumberland, MD.

Crewing for Doug Drown Racing in 2007 will be crew chief Jeff Drown, Scott Delaney, Dan Drown, Jim Boreman, Scott Drown and Shane Hites.

In addition to the MACS schedule, Drown will also be competing in various special independent races in addition to selected races sanctioned by Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, World of Outlaws, UMP, Sunoco ALMS and Independent Racing Series.

Doug, Courtney & Cale Drown will also soon be announcing the recipient of the 3rd Annual Cause For Care Racecar Show & Benefit that will again be held at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster, OH on Sunday July 22, 2007.

For more information on Doug Drown visit his website at: www.dougdrown.com

-Prepared by Lehman Motorsports Services

Doug Drown Racing would like to acknowledge their 2007 supporters:

Wooster Glass Co., Mason Racin, Bert Transmissions, Malcuit Racing Engines, Genesis Racing Shocks, Hoosier Tire-Mid Atlantic, Wrisco Prefinished Aluminum, Hyperco, Lehman Motorsports Services, Rocket Chassis, Farr Motorsports

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Doug Drown Readies For ’07 MACS Season
By Jarrod Lehman

Wooster, OH - March 17, 2007 - Doug Drown of Wooster, OH, a popular north central Ohio-based dirt Late Model star, will once again be back on the road full time with the Mid Atlantic Championship Series (MACS) for the 2007 racing season and the kick-off is just a couple short weeks away. Drown will compete with MACS in his Wooster Glass Co., Mason Racin, Bert Transmissions, Genesis Racing Shocks, Hoosier Tire-Mid Atlantic, Hyperco, Wrisco, Lehman Motorsports Services, Farr Motorsports sponsored Rocket Chassis/Malcuit Racing Engines #12.

Drown, 24, a former Renegade Dirt Car Series and MACS regular returns full time to MACS since the 2002 season when he finished the season fifth in points in addition to being the recipient that year of the MACS Hard Charger Award. The MACS season kick off on Saturday, April 7 at Rick and Ernie Jones/Oval Track Promotions’ Allegany County Speedway, in Cumberland, MD. The Jones brothers are conducting an open practice Friday night, April 6 prior to Saturday’s $5,000 to-win show.
The picturesque 5/8 mile, slightly banked speed plant affectionately known as “The Rock” captures the high octane, 800 horsepower Super Late models for a 44-lap shootout. This is the first of three scheduled appearance of the Series for the season at Cumberland. The A Main pays carries a $32,700 purse.

April 7 the pit gate opens at 3:00 p.m., with the drivers meeting at 5:30 p.m. Hot laps are scheduled for 6:00 p.m. with time trails slate for 6:15 p.m. Racing will immediately follow the conclusion of time trials at approximately 7:00 p.m. For more information contact the “The Rocks’ web address is www.therockspeedway.com or the Series at http://www.macsracing.com

“It’s kind of neat to get back on the road full time with a series, especially MACS,” stated Drown. “And with the series, there is something at the end of the year, their points deal has a really great payoff all the way back through. I am looking forward to a lot of good racing and hopefully some wins with them this season. I can’t wait to get out to Cumberland at The Rock!”

“It is great to have Doug returning to the MACS series,” commented Jeff Geesey, MACS PR Director and Race Coordinator. “He is a wonderful young man and very talented and has shown himself very well within the caliber of talent in the MACS series. He will certainly add to the level of competition in the series this year and that will be proven on April 7 at The Rock/ Allegany County Speedway.”

“He has absolutely progressed the past several years, his racing program has really evolved and I really look for this to be a bust out year for Doug. His skills have been honed and he is becoming one of those guys you read about.”

Crewing for Doug Drown Racing in 2007 will be crew chief Jeff Drown, Dan Drown, Jim Boreman, Scott Drown and Shane Hites.

In addition to the MACS schedule, Drown will also be competing in various special independent races in addition to selected races sanctioned by Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, World of Outlaws, UMP, Sunoco ALMS and Independent Racing Series.

Doug, Courtney & Cale Drown will also soon be announcing the recipient of the 3rd Annual Cause For Care Racecar Show & Benefit that will again be held at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster, OH on Sunday July 22, 2007.

For more information on Doug Drown visit his website at: www.dougdrown.com

-Prepared by Lehman Motorsports Services

Doug Drown Racing would like to acknowledge their 2007 supporters:

Wooster Glass Co., Mason Racin, Bert Transmissions, Malcuit Racing Engines, Genesis Racing Shocks, Hoosier Tire-Mid Atlantic, Wrisco Prefinished Aluminum, Hyperco, Lehman Motorsports Services, Rocket Chassis, Farr Motorsports

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