USAR: Steve Wallace, ShoTime Motorsports enters series
Charlotte, NC, January 26, 2004: ShoTime Motorsports enters the 2004 season with Steve Wallace as their driver to compete in the USAR Hooters ProCup Series. Steve is the 16-year-old son of NASCAR Champion Rusty Wallace. Steve is already an ...
Charlotte, NC, January 26, 2004: ShoTime Motorsports enters the 2004 season with Steve Wallace as their driver to compete in the USAR Hooters ProCup Series. Steve is the 16-year-old son of NASCAR Champion Rusty Wallace. Steve is already an accomplished competitor and one of the youngest drivers in the USAR Hooters ProCup Series, and according to many experts, a future Superstar Race Car driver. Says Steve: "I'm really excited about taking the next step in my racing career by entering into the USAR Hooters ProCup Series". Rusty Wallace comments: "I'm very pleased with Steve's advancement into the USAR Hooters ProCup Series with ShoTime Motorsports".
About Steve Wallace
Steve Wallace, now 16, began racing Bandolero Race Cars in 1998 at the age of 11. In 1998 and 1999, he collected 2 national Championships, 2 Lowe's Motor Speedway Summer Shootout Championships, a Concord Motor Speedway Championship and 62 wins. In 2000 and 2001, he raced Legend Cars at Lowe's Motor Speedway, collecting 3 wins and 15-Top 5 finishes. In 2002, he tested Late Models and started racing Late Models in 2003. Out of his 22 starts of 2003, he had his first win in NC's biggest short-track race, the Elkin 250, and finished the year with a total of 10 Top-5 finishes and 19 Top-10 finishes.
"Steve can drive the wheels off a race car", says Dad.
About ShoTime Motorsports (www.ShoTimeMotorsports.com)
ShoTime Motorsports was established in 1981 by Michael Kurkowski with the objective of building a professional Stock Car Racing Team. The Team competed at various tracks in Ohio in the early 1980's. Based on early success in Ohio, ShoTime entered into the American Speed Association (ASA) Series in 1983, and achieved its goal by winning the "Rookie of the Year" title. Now, ShoTime is entering into the United Speed Alliance Racing (USAR) Hooters Pro Cup Series with a young and talented driver, energized crew, state of the art equipment and shared technology from NASCAR connections. Our goals for 2004 are to win races, the "Miller Lite Rookie of the Year" title, championships and ultimately advance to the NASCAR series.