(Mooresville, NC – August 12, 2014) Team BCR Racing welcomes John Lowinski-Loh to the team for a limited schedule in 2014, with plans on competing for the 2015 Rookie of the Year and Championship in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards.
Lowinski-Loh was the Rookie of the Year in the 2013 ACT Late Model Series. He was also named the 2012 Rookie of the Year and Track Champion in the NASCAR Whelen Series at Thompson International Speedway, holding 10 victories.
“We’re really excited to welcome John to the team,” says Team Manager, Howard Bixman. “He has an incredible background and a tremendous amount of experience in a variety of series. That diverse experience will help John develop his skills in the ARCA Racing Series and his future into NASCAR. We look forward to working with him.”
Serving as the primary marketing partner with John and Team BCR is Auto Go INC out of Milford, MA. Associate partners include The Casite Company, Stanley Industries, RoushYates and Ford Racing. Additional marketing partners and a complete schedule will be released at a later date.
AUTO GO INC.
Auto Go Inc., located in Milford, MA, has been providing service, maintenance and repairs on light trucks and foreign and domestic cars since 1985. The shop is AAA approved and employs ASE certified technicians to handle all repairs. Towing services are also available. To contact Auto Go Inc., dial (508) 473-0353.
Team BCR Racing and Development Team
Located in Mooresville, NC, Team BCR is headed by veteran ARCA and NASCAR Crew Chief, Howard Bixman. Team BCR is a proven winning organization and are the 2014 Daytona Champions. Just in 2014 alone, Team BCR has won five races and a Menard’s Pole Award to their credit. They have poised themselves as a first rate driver development team, seeking out talented drivers and providing them with quality winning equipment and development, furthering their careers into a successful entry into the NASCAR ranks. Team BCR has provided drivers like Grant Enfinger, Josh Richards and Benny Gordon the skills they need to compete at the higher levels of competition.