Even in this great economy, most people can barely hold down one job but Casey Shuman has several and took on another one. Meet your new World of Outlaws Late Model Series Director. In a release published by www.powri.com, the POWRi War Sprint Car League announced that league director Casey Shuman accepted a position with the World Racing Group (WRG) as their Late Model series director.
Despite the magnitude of the new job at WRG, Shuman announced that he will continue his association with the WAR Sprints through the 2019 racing season.
“I am honored to be part of the World Racing Group,” Shuman is quoted as saying, “I will be honest. I have wrestled with this decision. I do not want to leave behind what my fiancé Brooke, our on-site team of workers, Kenny Brown and I have worked so hard to build since we took over WAR in 2015. So, we will stay heavily involved in the WAR scheduling, promoting, and race night procedures moving forward. I hope this decision can be received well as it is a once in a lifetime chance for my family and I. 2019 will be another wild and hectic year, but I am beyond excited to take on the challenge.”
Shuman will be on site for the 2019 POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprints events when his travel schedule allows. When he is not there, his fiancé and WAR Pit Steward, Brooke Rowden, will be present as well as POWRi’s National Midget League Competition Director, Jason McCord, making a handful of appearances.
Shuman and his team look forward to honoring the 2018 Champions at the POWRi Awards Banquet January 26th, at the River Cities Casino in St. Louis, MO. There will be a general meeting for the WAR owners and drivers that afternoon at 3:00 PM CST to discuss the 2019 season rules, formats and other matters.
For more information on the WAR racing series, visit them online at www.powri.com.