Gullatta Leads CRA Super Series Perfect
Circle Racecars Rookie of the Year Standings
Series Heads to Nashville This Weekend
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Nick Gullatta has taken over the lead in the Perfect Circle Racecars Rookie of the Year Standings after 10 CRA Super Series points events to date heading into next weekend’s All American 400 event at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville. The highest finishing registered rookie in the Perfect Circle Racecars Rookie of the Year Standings, which will be the driver who accumulates the most points in their best 10 series point races of the 12 scheduled for the 2010 season, will receive the Perfect Circle Racecars Rookie of the Year Award at the 2010 Champion Racing Association Awards Banquet.

Gullatta’s adjusted points to date are 595, giving him a 41 point lead over former point leader John Long, with only two point events left in the CRA Super Series 2010 season. Colin Nickolai is in third place with 540 adjusted points. Jay Niewiek is in fourth place with 532 adjusted points. Tony Dager is fifth with 319 points running a limited 2010 schedule.

Gullatta’s R & D Racing Team, owned by Stan and Judi Rosen, has made a complete turn around from earlier in the season when the team struggled to even be competitive. The team has been the Perfect Circle Racecars Rookie of the Race Award winner five of the last six series events and had a series high finish of fourth at the August 13th Toledo Speedway event and a ninth place finish at Columbus Motor Speedway.

Long has been the Perfect Circle Racecars Rookie of the Race Award winner at three series events to date. Niewiek and Dager have both won the award once this season. Long is not entered for the series next event at Nashville. Both Long and Niewiek are using Perfect Circle Racecars to compete with this season.

Located in Jenison, Michigan, Perfect Circle Racecars builds both Outlaw Late Models and Template Late Models from a bare chassis to a complete rolling racecar. The Outlaw Late Models is were Perfect Circle Racecars has had it’s most success to date. Developed through years of experience of working with some of the best innovators in the history of short track racing they have taken the best of what was around and applied their experience with technology and proven design to bring racers the very best Outlaw Late Model in racing today.

Like their Outlaw Late Models, Perfect Circle Racecars Template Late Models offer the same features, just utilizing a template body. Perfect Circle cars are designed to utilize the soft spring setups that are essential to template cars today. The chassis are designed to move freely under large travel conditions while still having ground clearance built into the chassis. Perfect Circle has a wide knowledge base to help racers with their soft spring combination. They work closely with the leading shock and spring manufactures in the country to provide racers with the latest in technology developments and innovations to get them to victory lane.

Perfect Circle Racecars is also a parts dealer and repair facility. From complete cars to clips, body repairs and parts ordering they offer the complete solution to you, the racer! They are authorized dealers for the following companies: Allstar Performance, Coleman, AR Bodies, Howe Racing, Motorstate, RacerSpacers, Five Star Racecar Bodies, Team Port City Racing, Lane Automotive, Fastenal, Penske Racing Shocks, UB Machine, Sweet Manufacturing and Winters Performance Products. More information on Perfect Circle Racecars is available at www.perfectcircleracecars.com.





Nick Gullata's #131 Super Late Model.