|2aw Allen Wissmann|| ||Updated by Driver: 7/8/2010|
Edited by Staff: 7/9/2010
Hometown: Bertrand, NE
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marital Status: Married - Lou
Children: Chelsa - 26, Brad - 23
Employer: Auto Shack
Year Started Racing: 1988
Total Years Racing: 16
Racing Hero: Kent Tucker, Larry Conyers, Clayton Peterson, Jr., Larry Stromer, Dean Ward - they could flat out drive
|Year/Make/Model: 1985 Chevy Monte Carlo|
Motor: Chevy 355
Owner: Allen Wissmann
Crew Chief: Brad Winheim
Crew: Lou Wissmann, Chuck Ledbetter, Chuck Stryker.
Sponsors & Support: Auto Shack - Bertrand, Heartland Family Chiropractic - Lexington, Hey Diddle Diddle Farms - Elm Creek.
|Lincoln County Raceway (NE) - Hobby Stock #2aw|
| Awards & Accomplishments|
|1988 - 7th in Bronco Points at Dawson County Raceway.|
1995 - 10th in Modified Points at Dawson County Racway.
1996 - 7th in Modified Points at Dawson County Raceway.
1999 - Street Stock Championship at Dawson County Raceway.
1999 - Street Stock Championship at McCook Speedway.
2000 - 2nd in Street Stock Points at Dawson County Raceway.
2001 - 3rd in Street Stock Points at Dawson County Raceway.
2008 - 7th in Hobby Stock Points at McCook Speedway.
| Career Summary|
|I first became involved in racing when my oldest brother Gene started racing a Late Model. I started racing Go-Karts and won a Feature race at Peewee Raceway in Holdrege. Now I enjoy watching my nephew Jason Smidt race. I was there when he won his first IMCA Stock Car Feature race in Red Cloud. Pretty neat for him and our family members.|
| Racing Goals|
|To win my first IMCA Feature. When I do, we will party!!|
| Other Interesting Team Information|
|I am currently the track promoter for Dawson County Raceway. I have enjoyed seeing the racing program turn around. I really appreciate the drivers, crews, sponsors and racefans for all of their support. It has been a work in progress by ALL of us to make Dawson County Raceway an elite racing program. Some nights amaze me how well everyone drives and races three and four wide and don't wreck. I tip my hat to those drivers. I have met and made a lot of good friends over the years.|