MOORESVILLE, North Carolina — When the PASS South Series opens up next weekend at Dillon Motor Speedway, a new face will join the series in his first race with the Late Model tour. JD Frey will pilot a Dave Reed Racing owned Approved Memory sponsored Late Model Tour car with Steve Graham providing technical support and car preparation.
"California Transplant Hopes to Make Mark in PASS South "
JD Frey will make is debut in the PASS South Series March 10..
Frey, who has limited starts in Late Model type cars is excited about his opportunity. "I can't thank Dave and Steve enough for their help and support," Frey offered. "The opportunity to race with the PASS series is going to be incredible and hopefully we will perform well so we can add some more races to the schedule."
The PASS South Series enters its seventh year of operation competing at many of the regions historic short track ovals like South Boston (VA), Hickory (NC), and Nashville (TN). This season the series will stage 16-races beginning with a 150-lap race at Dillon (SC) Motor Speedway Saturday, March 10.
"We tested at Dillon last week and learned a lot," Frey said. "We had old race tires and got to within a tenth of the top guys so we felt really good about are chances. These races are tough to make because there are so many cars. But we know if we have a good qualifying effort then we will be able to have a great finish."
Providing technical expertise and acting as crew chief will be Steve Graham, who also relocated to North Carolina from California six years ago. "I am really pleased how quickly JD has adapted to these Late Model type cars," offered Graham. "Our car has a crate engine running up against some of the built motors but I think it is an advantage especially for someone with limited experience."
While racing with the PASS Series will be new for Frey, he has experience behind the wheel competing in the Frank Kimmel Street Stock Nationals where he finished third in 2010 behind Kurt Busch. Frey also races Outlaw Cage Karts on Wednesday night in the area as he and others try to build the division and interest in QRC Karts.
"Like so many other guys, I am looking to make it racing and having a blast each step of the way," Frey offered. "I really looking forward to making more starts in a Late Model and can't wait for the PASS opener next weekend."
Dave Reed Racing has corporate partnerships with K&N Filters, Approved Memory, Century Boatland, Eibach Springs, Fluidyne, Freight Train Peters Racing Engines, Gene Price Motorsports, HeadBlade, JDA, Power Balance, Ron's Rear Ends, RPMTV, Ringers Gloves, Whipz.
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JD Fry currently resides in the Mooresville, NC area after relocating from California several years ago. He has worked for Chip Ganassi Racing and currently promoting Outlaw Cage Kart racing.
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