Holland returns with 3R Racing
Holland Returns in 2007 With Dodge and 3R Racing ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (March 1, 2007) - Following a highly successful rookie season, 2006 SPEED World Challenge Touring Car Rookie of the Year runner-up Robb Holland has announced that he will be ...
Holland Returns in 2007 With Dodge and 3R Racing
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (March 1, 2007) - Following a highly successful rookie season, 2006 SPEED World Challenge Touring Car Rookie of the Year runner-up Robb Holland has announced that he will be returning with Dodge and 3R Racing to contest the 2007 World Challenge season.
The former professional cyclist had a breakout rookie season in 2006 with three top-ten finishes, including a stunning third place at Road America. Holland will be returning in the Dodge SRT-4 that went from development car to podium contender by the end of the 2006.
"I'm very excited that we were able to put a deal together that would allow me to be back with 3R," Holland said. "Bob Raub runs one of the most professional teams on this or any other circuit and I wouldn't have come back unless it was with them. I've got some great new sponsors coming on board this season like the Motorsports Gallery (www.thegallerydenver.com) and I'm really looking forward to bringing home a win for them."
"Robb has been very strong from the get go and he showed excellent race craft and good decision making last season," 3R Team Owner Bob Raub said. "The Touring field will be one of the best we've seen in many years and I'm confident that Robb will be right in the thick of things."
Dodge Motorsports Road Racing Manager Gary Johnson was also happy to see Holland back in a Dodge.
"Robb did such a great job for us last year," Johnson said. "With his finishes at Miller and Road America he got Dodge its first manufacturers' points and first podium finish. We will be expecting him to improve on those results this year and Dodge is doing everything it can to support him and also our other SRT4 drivers."
-credit: scca pro racing
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