JONESTOWN, Pa. – Brock Zearfoss will roll into the new season of sprint car racing with all of the same major sponsors his No. 3Z carried last year.
The team will hit the ground running with a full February slate, headlined with Volusia Speedway Park’s annual DIRTcar Nationals on Feb. 8-12. The five-race program, complete with two All Star Circuit of Champions events and a trio of World of Outlaws programs, will simultaneously activate Zearfoss’ sophomore season with the World of Outlaws.
Anchored by Moose’s LZ Bar & Grill, C&D Rigging Inc, Heavy Equipment, Loaders & Parts Inc, J.P. Adamsky Trucking, Klick Lewis Cars, and Berkebile’s PFC Protection First Class, Zearfoss and his support family will work together to achieve results that will ultimately outdo their 2021 stat sheet, padded by 23 World of Outlaws top-10 finishes, one of which a podium during the season-ending World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte.
Zearfoss finished ninth in the World of Outlaws driver standings last year.
“I couldn’t be more proud to be associated with Moose’s LZ, C&D Rigging, Heavy Equipment, Loaders and Parts, Adamsky Trucking, Klick Lewis Cars, and Protection First Class. I’ve always taken pride in doing everything I can to represent our partners at the highest level, and to have everyone return in 2022 proves that we did exactly that. Our partners are more than just sponsors…they are family,” Brock Zearfoss said, a former World of Outlaws winner at Williams Grove Speedway. “We took our lumps last year as an Outlaw rookie, but we are more prepared than ever. Having a year on the road under our belts will serve us a lot of good. We have a strong notebook…we’re ready to go out there and turn some heads, and with a support group like this, the sky’s the limit for this team.”
Although the visit to Volusia will kick-off Zearfoss’ World of Outlaws campaign, Zearfoss hopes to shake his program down during All Star competition at Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Ga., on Feb. 4-5. The Peach State double will award a total winner’s share equaling $18,000; $8,000 on Friday and $10,000 on Saturday.
“We don’t have an exact game plan for events outside of our Outlaw schedule, but we have the All Star races highlighted…we’ll see what the next few weeks bring,” Zearfoss continued. “The guys have been busting their butts in the shop, so wherever we end up, we’ll be ready.”