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New Must See Racing Competition Director
May 2, 2014
Don Lambert’s business background includes NASA Lunar Rover designs and his experience and understanding of the business, organization and rule compliancy aspects of racing.
New Must See Racing Competition Director

Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint Series official have named Don Lambert of Kokomo, Ind., as the new series competition director.

Lambert’s pavement sprint car resume discloses years of hands on experience as a car owner and crew chief, which includes a USAC championship with Dave Darland, a HOSS and AVSS championship and a second-place finish in the 2005 Pay Less Little 500 with long time driver Tim Cox.

Lambert’s business background, which includes NASA Lunar Rover designs and his experience and understanding of the business, organization and rule compliancy aspects of racing makes him unusually qualified to meet the important challenges as the series competition director.

“Don has been around the business a long time and fully understands all the different elements of racing from the bottom to the top,” said MSRXSS Founder and President Jim Hanks. “He knows our sport technically and emotionally. Don fully understands our series commitment to present a fair and level competitive playing field for our valued race teams and talented drivers.”

“Must See Racing has had phenomenal growth, has top shelf race teams with outstanding competition and they are professionally managed,” Lambert said. “I am very excited to be a part of the sport I love as the MSR Competition Director. I am very familiar with the tracks and the roster of race teams. My commitment is to direct the racing fairly with each competitor complying with the series rules and procedures.”