Rimersburg, Pennsylvania native and long time sprint car veteran, Scott Priester, looks to double up his sprint car duties again in 2012! The Fully Injected teammate will have seat time in two different 410 sprint cars this upcoming season, which doesn’t include the potential plan to build a second car of his own to run against BOSS (Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series) invaders. Priester will once again pilot the familiar Dionise no. 15 this upcoming season, as well as make time to drive to his own Metplas sponsored no. 11 on select weekends.

The Dionise Racing team will take on a different approach in 2012 and use the season to hit and miss a variety of tracks and races across the region. Priester piloted the familiar pink and purple no. 15 at Mercer Raceway Park on a weekly basis last season, but wants to change things up and do a bit of traveling. As far as a schedule is concerned – nothing is set in stone. One thing that is probably for certain is that they will not be focusing on any specific track championship, but use the year to expose themselves to different competition and different levels of expectation.

When the former Challenger Raceway Track Champion is not behind the wheel of the Dionise owned no. 15 – he will be piloting his own Metplas no. 11 at Lernerville Speedway. Priester will be entering his own car at the Sarver, PA oval on a semi-regular basis, or whenever his schedule allows. The red no. 11 made several appearances at Lernerville Speedway last summer – earning enough points for a top 15 finish in the final points chase.

“We plan to run our own stuff as much as we can” explained Priester when talking about the season ahead, “My only concern is that we don’t have much lined up as far as sponsorship…hopefully we can run most of the season.”

The newly formed BOSS (Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series) wingless series will be making a few stops in Western Pennsylvania in 2012, and Scott Priester plans to be a part of it. The series will be making stops at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway, Mercer Raceway Park, and Sharon Speedway this season, with other scheduled events being held in nearby eastern Ohio. Priester discussed the possibility of building a second car to compete against the BOSS invaders, and hopes to add a little non-wing action to his busy schedule of seat time. He would join fellow Fully Injected teammate, Brandon Spithaler, in BOSS competition.

The season will be action packed again for Scott Priester in 2012. Whether he is traveling, close to home, or taking on competition without the top wing – you can find his results here: www.fullyinjected.com!

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