by Chris Leone
When it comes to motorsports of all types, a safe event is a successful event. That’s why the Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge has assembled a Track Services crew comprised of some of the most experienced safety personnel in New England to implement safety protocols that match up with the highest levels of racing in the United States.
The Bullring Bash Track Services team is led by director Sean Strohman, who previously served as Track Services Director at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park starting in 2016. Strohman is joined by Andy Biron and Rick Shepard, who will serve as Track Services Liaisons and Field Service Investigators, and paramedic Josh Kusek, to keep competitors safe during the promotion’s inaugural 2019 season. Each member brings a wealth of experience to the organization, and members have worked a number of events across America up to Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races.
“With the Bullring Bash, we wanted to assemble a Track Services team that was second to none in motorsports,” said Bullring Bash founder Josh Vanada. “I’ve worked with every member of our team before, and I know that they all bring valuable insight to our events and venues that will help us set a new standard for safety in grassroots racing.”
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