Beefcakes Racing is now a reality.
The company announced it has officially opened its doors at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on March 16th.
“We’re thrilled to be able to officially open our doors in Indianapolis,” said Andrew Schatz, co-owner of the IndyCar team.
“I’ve been racing here for many years, and it’s a very special city.
I’m proud to be part of it.
I’ve got the same passion as every other driver who competes here.”
Schatz said he plans to expand Beefcakes racing to other tracks in the near future, including IndyCar.
The Indianapolis race track opened its first IndyCar race in 1978 and is one of the most famous in the world.
Since the track’s opening, the cars have been built at Indianapolis International Speedway, which is located in what is now known as Indianapolis Motor Airport.
The new facility is expected to accommodate Beef Cake Racing’s racing team for the foreseeable future.
For now, Beefbakes racing is the only racing team at IndyCar, but Schatz hopes to eventually open a team at other racetracks.
“If we can be competitive, and if the track is competitive, then that would be a great thing for our team,” Schatz told Autoblog.
“So, yes, we’re definitely open to expanding to other races, but that would require a lot of work.
It’s a big undertaking.”