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Loshak TransAm debut


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Archer Racing will add 2013 SCCA Mark Donahue Driver’s Award winner, Lawrence Loshak, to their Trans Am Series TA2 class lineup when the tour visits Mid-Ohio Sportscar Course on August 16, 2014.  With Loshak Archer will again field four TA2 Class Camaros.

Clark TAHomestead-171Loshak will be driving the #42 ETE Reman Chevy Camaro at Mid Ohio in his Trans AM Series debut.  Though this will be his first Trans Am race, he brings with him significant racing experience.  In addition to scoring the Donahue Award, Loshak has won four SCCA National Championships racing in multiple classes in a racing career that started in 1998.  Loshak is from Milwaukee, WI and getting his feet wet in what has become Trans Am’s most competitive class with the idea of competing full time for the TA2 Championship in 2015.

Loshak’s sponsor, ETE REMAN, is a Remanufacturer of Transmissions and Transfer Cases for Domestic, Foreign, High Performance, and Exotic Cars and Trucks located in Milwaukee, WI.

Archer’s three regular racers stand 9th, 11th and 12th in the TA2 championship standings lead by #49 Nathan Stokey.  Stokey has the team’s best finish of the season to date, a 4th place finish at Road Atlanta.  Team Manager John Archer said, “Road Atlanta was our best event of the first half of the season.”

At Road America the team continue to develop their new cars. Archer Racing and its three full time drivers are seeing progress, but seat time has been hard to come by.  The team has raced the three primary cars only four times and those four times are the only times the drivers have gotten in the cars.

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