HICKORY, N.C. – Officials from Hickory, North Carolina-based ZLOOP announced today that Brandon Lynn will compete full-time in the United Auto Racing Ass’n (UARA) next season.
Lynn, 17, will pilot the No. 97 ZLOOP Toyota Camry fielded by Statesville, N.C.-based Performancenter Racing. The program will be overseen by team owner Roger Johnson.
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A native of nearby Matthews, N.C., Lynn hails with a background in Limited Late Models, the NASCAR Whelen-All American Series and UARA-Stars Late Model Stock Series.
ZLOOP paired with Lynn in September for ZLOOP Day at Hickory (N.C.) Motor Speedway, where he competed in the Limited Late Model (LLM) event, recording a top-five finish.
“I’m extremely anxious to get going,” said Lynn. “I’m very appreciative of the opportunity that ZLOOP is giving me and look forward to our future together. I’m also looking to mingling with the UARA fans and educating them about the seriousness of eWaste.”