Posted on 03/23/10:
BALLSTON LAKE, N.Y. – Long-time Sportsman driver, Mark Kislowski is ready to take the next step in his racing career. The 41-year-old pilot is moving to the Big-Block Modified ranks for the 2010 racing season.
Plans call for Kislowski to step behind the wheel of Ed Monger’s No. 93 Modified for weekly competition at Fonda Speedway. It is a change from years past when he competed in his own ride.
“I’m excited the make the move,” stated Kislowski. “I’m looking forward to moving up and trying something different this season.”
Kislowski has 16 career feature wins between Albany-Saratoga Speedway and the Track of Champions in his five year career. With the change this season from Sportsman to Modified, Kislowski hopes to get comfortable quickly in the new ride in order to find immediate success.
“I’d like to be a top ten car on a consistent basis,” said Kislowski. “I know there is going to be a little bit of a learning curve but I’m up to the challenge.”
Although he’ll be running Monger’s mount weekly, Kislowski won’t be abandoning his own Teo Pro Car as plans call for him to compete at special shows throughout the year including events at Utica-Rome Speedway in Vernon, N.Y.
Besides the changes to his weekly ride, the team is also excited to announce that they have launched a brand new website at www.markkislowski.com. The site will contain all the latest news and results surrounding both teams during 2010 racing season.
Mark Kislowski would like to thank his 2010 sponsors: Morris Auto Group including Morris-Ford Mercury and Terry’s Route 50 Super Lot, Schenectady Unit Parts (NAPA), Magsarus Ignitions, D.E. Flynn Excavating, and Jumpin’ Jacks Pro Speed.