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Klein Klassic “28” - Friday, April 24th
Klein Klassic “28” - Friday, April 24th

Klein Klassic “28” - Friday, April 24th

4/20/2015 -
The Klein Klassic “28” Friday, April 24th. Classes racing UMP Kettler & Son’s Late
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Max Pozsgai
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HometownLincoln, IL

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Name: William Max Pozsgai
Birthday: October 1, 1988
Occupation: Racecar Driver/Sales Consultant Graue INC
Chassis: PMP Chassis
Engine: 2009 Suzuki GSXR 600 built by Charron Motorsports
Favorite Track: Southern Illinois Raceway
Classes Raced: Quarter Midgets, 270 & 600 micro sprints, 360 & 410 Sprint Car
Regular Tracks/Series: PowrI, MOWA, Various Midwest Regional Tracks

How did I choose my number?
We bought a former quarter midget from (current Indy Car competitor) Ed Carpenter and I decided to make 7 my number for good.

Who has had the biggest impact on your career and why?
My father got me into racing and will always be my driving force even though he is no longer with me. Also, Greg Charron had always helped me with anything and everything on the racecar. Nate Charron is my crew chief and if it wasn't for him, I wouldn't be where I am today.

What has been the biggest win/accomplishment of your career?
My points championship in 2009 at Lincoln Speedway and my win on opening night there in 2009 less than a week after my father passed away. There may never be a more emotional win than that one was in my career.

What is your favorite thing about racing?
The best part of racing for me is the competition. There is no better feeling than working hard and coming out on top. There is also nothing comparable to strapping into a sprint car and putting your foot to the floor.

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