Ansel Moving in Multiple Ways Toward Success with Involvement in
Joy, Pennsylvania (January 11, 2016) – Since
making his initial appearance in 2011, Lou Ansel has not only been a
regular competitor at each race but also a major fixture between
events to keep the Super Cup Stock Car Series progressing in a
of Ansel’s involvement has included joining as a member of the
series advisory board, which assists in making decisions such as
maintaining affordability, fairness, and continuously improving
driver and team experiences. Through
his years of assistance, he was recognized with the inaugural Racing
Spirit Award for his support and commitment on and off the track
during the 2015 post-season trophy presentation.
his commitment that has also resulted in two straight fifth place
points finishes, Ansel still would like to improve his performance
on race day. Relocation
in recent years has resulted in mostly working out of his trailer
and being forced to do some of the preparation when arriving at the
track. The current Manns
Choice, Pennsylvania resident has a more optimistic outlook going
have my new shop just about completed,” Ansel noted.
“I lost an engine at the last race at Jennerstown, and have
a lot of car prep work to do over this winter.
I am just going to try and be more consistent, finish all the
races, and improve on my past results.”
highlight of 2015 was at Midvale Speedway, when Ansel was a
contender to run up front being only a couple of tenths within the
fastest car. He
maneuvered his way into the top five before damage forced him to the
sidelines early in a race riddled with altercations characteristic
to short track racing.
the off season Ansel purchased another car; however, he plans to use
it as a backup. The
intention is to keep putting in the work to get his current machine
back to where it was at Midvale or even better every race.
finally got my original car competitive, and feel that I need to
fully develop the original car and see what else that I can learn
from that car,” Ansel explained.
other teams, acquiring a backup only increases an effort in the
series with preparation to have a plan to fall back on in case
something unexpectedly goes wrong.
also plans to remain in his role as an ambassador, doing his part to
help keep moving the series forward, and providing assistance to
those considering starting much like he did a few years back.
continue my efforts to recruit potential qualified local drivers,”
Ansel said. “The Super
Cup Stock Car Series is the best kept secret in racing.
There is nowhere else that an amateur racer can race a car of
that caliber with great drivers at a reasonable cost.”
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