Christmas in September at Pabst Racing
 September 23, 2016| 
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Oconomowoc, Wisconsin - There isn't any snow on the ground in Wisconsin, but the Pabst Racing team is thinking Christmas came early this year. Tuesday, the Carl Haas Auto Imports transporter delivered three brand new Tatuus USF-17 chassis to the Pabst race shop in Oconomowoc.  

With the annual Chris Griffis Memorial test at the Indianapolis MotorSpeedway approaching quickly, team owner Augie Pabst was thrilled to receive the new cars and begin preparing for the October 8-9 Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda series open test event.

"Tatuus has done an excellent job in the initial build of the USF-17.  We cannot wait to hit the track with our three cars," said Pabst.  

The team has been holding driver evaluations with the venerable Elan DP-08 USF2000 chassis and will begin its USF-17 testing program on October 8th at the famed IMS Grand Prix Circuit.  Drivers interested in testing with the team should contact team owner Augie Pabst to discuss testing dates and options.


About Pabst Racing:  

Pabst Racing has been preparing winning racecars since 1983. The Pabst team was started by Augie Pabst Jr., former sports car racing legend from the 1950s and early 1960s who won many races and championships throughout his career. Current President Augie Pabst III (former driver as well), took over the business in 1991. By 1998 Augie III decided to focus on owning and maintaining a wide variety of winning racecars including SCCA Spec Racer, Shelby Can-Am, 911 Porsche, Ford Mustang GT-1 and primarily Van Diemen Formula 2000 cars. For more information please visit 

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