December 16, 2013- When the 2013 season started, Luke Stewart was just entering his sophomore season in the 358 Modified division. They had purchased a brand new Hig-Fab Chassis over the previous winter, and were looking to hit the track at Brockville Speedway and improve from their rookie campaign. They raced weekly at the BOS, and also raced at Mohawk International Raceway on occasion.
As the year progressed, Luke became more and more comfortable with his Hig-Fab Chassis. In the final month of the season, Stewart posted a pair of top five finishes and the team learned a lot. Going into next year, the team has already updated their car to a 2014 chassis, and they are eager to get the new season underway next Spring.
“We had a few goods runs last season, especially towards the end of the year”, says Stewart. “I really enjoy driving these Hig-Fab cars, and Jerry (Higbie) and everyone there has been great to work with. I am excited to get the season underway in 2014”.
Stewart plans to race at Brockville Speedway full time in 2014, with hopes of also running a few select events at other tracks. They have set a goal of improving on their ninth place finish in points at Brockville, and also hope to win their first ever feature event in 2014.
Luke would like to thank all of his sponsors for their generosity and support during the 2013 racing season. They include Fort Glass, M.A. Barr Service Station Maintenance, RW Electric, McCoy Bus Tours, Penny Blake of Remax Realty Kingston, Southeastern Telecommunication Services, Number One Speed Equipment, Stewart Speed Supplies and Finish Line Web Design. Also a very special thanks goes out to Wayne and Donna Smith for all of their support. We thank you all for your support and look forward to the 2014 season.
For more information on Luke Stewart and the Stewart Racing team, stay tuned to our website, www.lukestewartracing.com.
From: Craig Revelle/ Finish Line Web Design