Dominique Van Wieringen Racing | New Car Ready For Battle For 17-Year-Old Dominique Van Wieringen At Berlin Raceway
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New Car Ready For Battle For 17-Year-Old Dominique Van Wieringen At Berlin Raceway

12 Jun New Car Ready For Battle For 17-Year-Old Dominique Van Wieringen At Berlin Raceway

Berlin 100 Presented by Boyne Machine Company & is Next

Corunna, Michigan (Wednesday, June 12, 2013): The fast 4/10s (0.400) mile progressively banked d-shaped paved oval of Dixie Motor Speedway in Birch Run, Michigan was the site for race #3 of the 2013 racing season within the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance as the Dixie 100 Presented by was a race that 17-Year-Old Rookie, Dominique Van Wieringen and the entire DuroByte Motorsports crew had been looking forward too.

Unfortunately things took a turn for the worse during the first Practice Session as an accident with fellow rookie, Cole Glasson left Van Wieringen, the Howie Lettow Memorial Rookie of the Year Points Leader going into the event, with a severely damaged racecar. With no time to repair the battered machine, the team called on Robbie Johnson, a regular Super Stocks competitor at near-by Auto City Speedway to use his #21 machine to at least start the 100 lapper in order to salvage as many important JEGS/CRA overall and Rookie points as possible.

Now the DuroByte Motorsports Team, armed with a new Howe Racing Enterprises chassis, will make the trip across the state to the historic 7/16s (0.437) mile semi-banked paved oval of Berlin Raceway located west of Grand Rapids in Marne, Michigan on Friday, June 14th for the Berlin 100 Presented by Boyne Machine Company & which headlines the Friday portion of the Inaugural Battle at Berlin 251 Weekend.

The weekend was not a total loss for the team as Dominique’s younger brother, 15-year-old rookie, Tristan Van Wieringen, in only his third career start, scored the Feature Win in the open-wheeled Modifieds division at Springport Motor Speedway in Springport, Michigan on June 8th.

For the remainder of the 2013 racing season, Van Wieringen’s Black #5 Template Bodied Ford Fusion as well as her familiar White #95 Outlaw Super Late Model, and her brother Tristan Van Wieringen’s Black #81 open-wheeled Modified will all carry sponsorship stickers on the side of the each entry from primary sponsor: DuroByte Incorporated as well as Nalett Trucking, R-R Salvage, Mert’s Specialty Meats and M.P.H. Promotions

To find out more about Dominique Van Wieringen and to inquire about additional sponsorship opportunities for the rest of the 2013 racing season, visit the newly revamped and still a work in progress website located at: You can also follow her on the teams’ Facebook Fan Page by going to: and you can also check out all the happenings with Van Wieringen all season long on Twitter as well by clicking on: