Thirty Drivers to Run 2001 Formula One/P.R.O.P. Tour
Formula One/P.R.O.P. Tour has full slate of drivers for 2001 season.
LAKE HAMILTON, Fla. — Approximately 30 drivers will compete in the 2001 Laughlin Formula One P.R.O.P. Tour Presented by Bud Light. The tour begins June 2-3 on the Colorado River in Laughlin, Nev.
“We have an outstanding line-up of teams and drivers who will compete this season in Formula One,” said Bart Garbrecht, president of the Formula One P.R.O.P. Tour, in a press release from the organization. “This is our strongest, most professional line-up in our six-year history.”
Defending Formula One P.R.O.P. Tour Champion Mike Seebold will return to compete in this season. Mike Seebold won the closest championship points battle in Formula One history, finishing just seven points ahead of his younger brother Tim Seebold. The younger Seebold will move from the team of Todd Beckman, who finished third last year, to the Bud Light Racing Team in 2001.
The tentative roster of drivers for the 2001 Formula One P.R.O.P. Tour includes: Jimmy Ablott, Ray Anderson, Garrett Armstrong, Todd Beckman ,Ed Boehm, Todd Bowden, Jason Campbell, Rusty Campbell, Chris Fairchild, Greg Foster, Chad Hill, John Jensen, Bill Joule, Carlos Kuri , John Lane, Pete Lindenberg, John Marles, Mike Maskall, Brett May, Wyatt Nelson, Pete Nydahl, Terry Rinker, Mike Seebold, Tim Seebold, Alden Thornton, Johnny Travis, Max Toler, Gary Vogel, Mark Welch, Don White and Nathan Worthy