November 27, 2022

Legacy Autosport Announces 2023 USAC Silver Crown Program

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Legacy Autosport Announces 2023 USAC Silver Crown Program

(Thursday, June 30th) Pittsboro, Indiana based race team Legacy Autosport has confirmed plans for their 2023 season. Owner of Legacy Autosport Louis Michael Meyer, The Great Grandson of Louis Meyer, First 3 time winner of the Indianapolis 500 and the first to celebrate a “500” win with milk in victory lane, announced today they will be competing in the 2023 USAC Silver Crown Championship with new team development Driver Tyler Roahrig of Plymouth, Indiana.

 

“It’s a exciting time at Legacy Autosport, with our New USAC Silver Crown program.”Said Meyer  “I grew up around USAC racing and started my career working for Danny Drinan in the early 2000’s.  I learned so much working for Danny, building some very advanced cars and I hope to bring that knowledge in to this program. I’m looking forward to our first race in a few months with our new Legacy chassis and a very fast and talented Tyler Roahrig behind the wheel. 

 

With 48 time Fast Qualifier finishes and 41 Feature Wins under his helmet, Roahrig should be the perfect edition to the New Legacy Autosport Silver Crown Program.

 “I am very honored and excited to drive for Legacy Autosport. They are a first class operation with the deepest roots in auto racing. I look forward to getting back in a USAC Silver Crown car and working with them for the 2023 season.” Said Roahrig

 

Legacy Autosport recently announced their move up the Road to Indy ladder from USF200 and Indy Pro 2000 to Indy Lights. They are also currently participating in the Midwest Throwback Sprint Car Series and plan to participate in the Last USAC Silver Crown Race of the 2022 season at Lucas Oil Raceway of Indianapolis. Learn more at LegacyAutosport.com or USACRacing.com for the Full 2023 Schedule and more.

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