Wylie Moves Up To Super Late Models
SALTSBURG, Pa. — Andrew Wylie will try to build on his 2013 success and move up to the super late model division this season.
The Western Pennsylvania driverdriver will have new engines when he tests his skills in the highly competitive division. Wylie recently took delivery of a Roush-Yates built, all aluminum Ford engine and will continue to prepare his Wylie Race Cars chassis over the next few months.
Wylie stated: “It’s a very exciting time for our race team. We look forward to the challenge that competing in the super late model division brings, and are excited to begin racing in the most elite division of dirt track racing.” He added “My parents play the biggest role in our team, and continue to be my biggest supporters and most fervent fans. Without their support and the help of our sponsors, none of this would be possible.”
While Wylie gains some valuable seat time behind the wheel of the super late model, he also plans to compete for RUSH late model touring series championship for crate late models.
“Our winter has been busy. Not only are we updating and doing a complete rebuild on our crate car, we are building a newly designed chassis for our super late program. We use every opportunity available to take advantage of the latest technology so the car can perform to its maximum,” said Wylie.
Wylie tentatively plans to start his super late model season in late April, and his crate season in late March.