Year:  1987
Driver:   Bryan Goewey
Photo Contributed by: Mark Labrum Photo Credits: Unknown
The Back Story:

After helping work on the Dave Leckonby on the Williams 44ís in the early 80ís, Randy Ross and friend Bryan Goewey teamed up to start a team of their own, picking what other number than 44.In this picture that looks like the Moody Mile in Syracuse, a youthful Bryan Goewey (far right, kicking the front tire) seems to ponder what it going to take to get around the moody mile in this sleek Teo Fabrications Dodge Daytona bodied Olsen.Bryan eventually figured it out, having success at the tough mile, taking rookie of the race honors in 1988 by finishing 5th, on the lead lap.

Bryan shortly thereafter, gave up the seat in the Adam Ross cut stone #44 to Matt Quinn to devote more time to the fledging Team Goewey car dealership.Bryan didnít completely walk away as a driver though, as a few years later, he took a back up Billy Decker #91 to victory lane at Lebanon Valley for his one and only Valley triumph.

 

 

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