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A series of events just this week have put Max Zachem back into the fold, with plans to run the full Valenti Modified Racing Series schedule in a newly purchased Modified that he picked up today.

Zachem, an accomplished teenage driver with championships and many victories in both Quarter-Midgets and Legend Car Series events, finished eighth in the VMRS season standings in 2010 as a rookie Modified driver in a George Bierce owned entry.

The new deal will put Zachem into a 2004 Troyer Chassis, purchased from Daryl Lewis in upstate New York. His new team will put a Bob Brunneau engine into the car. The motor was offered to Zachem by former Modified driver Bobby Gegetskas and Bruce Batcha for use this season. Zachem swapped some of his Legend car equipment to purchase a second motor as a backup.

As of now, Zachem plans to run the full VMRS schedule, and also two "Modified Open" events at Seekonk, Mass., on July 20, and at the Star Speedway in Epping, N.H., on June 4.

"I am very excited to have this opportunity," Zachem commented. "My team, my family, sponsors and friends have all been behind me for this entire time. It's great that the pieces have come together here all at once. Timing is everything."

The 2009 NELCAR Champion has already been in contact with Bob Mueller from Troyer Race Cars and his many sponsors and crew members, who together will work to help Zachem work towards a successful 2011 race season.

2011 Sponsors: Lu-Mac's Package Store, Tony Stewart's Eldora Speedway, Liberty Hill Home Inspections, Fastco Corporation, Nutmeg Tool, Bob Bruneau's Engine Research, Troyer Race Cars, Spafco Race Chassis & Parts, LinMat Photos, Race Dog Photography, K&N Filters & Wild Child Lettering & Designs.

Zachem's 2011 Crew: Ken Zachem, Terry Battle, Wayne Wildermuth, Justin Heavenor,
Brandon Heavenor, Phil Moran, Mike Irvine, and Len Beebe.

Source: Kevin Rice / Max Zachem
Posted: February 12, 2011

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