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TeamSLR - 30 Years of Winning

Scott Lagasse Jr
NASCAR & Trans Am TA2

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Scott Lagasse Jr. in the News

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July 27th, 2012 – Brunswick GA – TeamSLR Driver, Aaron Barsness returns to Victory Lane

Aaron Barsness chalked up another win for 2012, showing his speed in Brunswick Ga.   Aaron was hitting on all 8 cylinders as he started 5th and worked his way through the competitive field of cars.  “I knew that I had a good car after the 2nd lap and we were really fast on the bottom. I was able to make a lot of moves on the restarts with my Incredible Pizza Chevrolet.

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June 4th, 2012 – Saint Augustine, FL – TeamSLR Welcomes Mitch Taylor to the Team.

TeamSLR is excited to welcome Mitch Taylor to our Driver Development Program full time. Mitch has worked with TeamSLR over the past 6 months while finishing his High School classes where he graduated from Snow Canyon High School in Utah. Mitch completed his Associate of Science College degree at the same time and joins us in Florida to hone his skills and win races for the Team.

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Waycross GA – Scott Lagasse, Jr. Loving Georgia

After winning both Waycross and Brunswick, GA Speedweeks Races, TeamSLR Development Drivers have been on a short dry spell. Scott Lagasse Jr.(Scotty), TeamSLR’s Driving coach jumped in the America’s Incredible Pizza Chevrolet Limited Late Model Car this weekend to help sort things out in order to get the team back to winning form.

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TeamSLR Supports Project Autism and Their Director of Business Development on His Walk to Washington

Troy Blevins is walking to Washington D.C. to support autism

ST. AUGUSTINE, FL; February 25, 2012 – Troy Blevins, Director of Business Development for TeamSLR, will embark on his 749 mile journey to Washington D.C. tomorrow. Blevins takes the first step out his front door at 8:00 a.m. This will be the first of approximately 1,378,660 steps he will take as he walks to the nation’s capital. He plans to arrive at the White House in 40-45 days.

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