The International Sport Compact Auto Racing Series (ISCARS) is moving forward with plans for a 2013 season while developing a long-term business plan to elevate the series featuring technologically savvy four-cylinder stock cars, according to Randy Claypoole, President & CEO of ISCARS.
Claypoole confirmed plans just days after it was announced by Grand American Series officials that their company, International Sports Car Auto Racing (ISCAR), would change its name to Grand American Holdings, LLC, a move designed to consolidate under the Grand American umbrella and clarify potential confusion regarding ISCARS, for which Claypoole owns a Federal Trademark.
Claypoole formed ISCARS in 2005 to carry on the DASH Series legacy after NASCAR sold the series following the 2003 season, and since that time ISCARS has continued a 38-year tradition of running four and six cylinder ‘Tuner-style’ stock cars on asphalt circle tracks in the Southeast.
“I am increasingly bullish on the future of sports compact stock car racing in the United States, as we work on expanding the ISCARS business model into multiple regions throughout the country,” said Claypoole. “The key component behind the ISCARS’ initiative is to provide drivers the opportunity to race at a high-profile, professional level in an economically stable environment.”
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