World Series Sprintcar fans will have the opportunity to meet an unassuming international Sprintcar racer in the USA’s Dominic Scelzi during the 31st running of Australia’s toughest Sprintcar competition.

Scelzi will join West Australian based Wormall Motorsport as team driver for a second Wormall Civil Maxim powered by KRE.

Scelzi who has based most of his Sprintcar career around California and Iowa is reported to be a ‘pretty relaxed dude’ who enjoys life as well as his racing. The 20 year old professional racer is over the moon on his inclusion to World Series Sprintcars recognizing this gig will be a major accomplishment to add to his resume if successful.

The recent World of Outlaws driver is committed to his craft but enjoys a great work/life balance, Mitch Wormall explains. “His contract for racing was detailed but he insisted social life was included, BBQ’s & Prawns (shrimp), boat cruises, sightseeing and the chance to meet many of Australia’s diehard WSS race fans as he travels 4 states of Australia.”

Dominic has been around motorsport all his life and is the son of 2 time NHRA Winston Top Fuel World Champion Gary Scelzi.

Dominic is credited as among USA’s youngest ever Sprintcar A-Main winners, getting to the top step of the podium at the tender age of 15. Dominic is also eligible to contest the Bunyip Print WSS Rookie of the Year competition.

While in Australia, Scelzi will be supported by Wormall Civil, Valvoline, Fuel Distributors, Merger Contracting, Mayday Earthmoving, Australian Civil Haulage, Clark Equipment, CTS Transport and Brooks Hire.

Keep an eye out for the Scelzi merchandise while on tour.

Posted: 10/10/2017