How many racecars will Dave Danzer have at his disposal this season? He’ll have a couple to choose from!
Danzer Racing has purchased a supermodified from Pat Furlong Jr., and will campaign it in 2010. The full schedule hasn’t been decided, as the car was only purchased as a rolling chassis, less motor. “It depends on the motor, when it gets done”, whether or not they run the whole season, according to Danzer.
The team isn’t selling their small block supermodified, and will campaign that regularly, if they don’t end up running a full season in the super. It’s a little early in the planning stages, for sure. Right now the focus is on making room in the garage for the second car - and banishing the small block to the trailer.
“The car is the old West Chassis that was redone by Hawksby 4 years ago. It has three Classic wins and a couple of track titles”, Dave told me. It’s also the car that Michael Barnes got his first win in, and was also driven by Bentley Warren a few times for Double Deuce Racing. It last ran at Sandusky in 2007.
Dave sounded pretty excited about the season when we were talking about it. The actual schedule for the car will be worked out in the coming months, but there will be some double duty nights, where he’ll run both the super and the small block super. “We’ll run both Classics” in 2010, said Danzer.
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As a driver/owner in the Limited Supermodified division, JJ Andrews covers mostly Oswego Speedway events, from a driver's point of view.