Brevak Racing
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Brevak Team

Bob & Shelly Brevak are the proud owners of the Brevak Racing team.  Brevak Racing has been owned and operated by Bob and Shelly Brevak for over 37 years and along the way the Brevaks have had the opportunity of forming many positive relationships.

It was in 1972 that this duo chose to make their way into racing on a professional level and they have never looked back since. Competing on numerous levels from USAC to ARCA, to the Busch Series, the Winston Cup Series and the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, the Brevak have been solid competitors in every level of racing.

 In 1989, Bob Brevak claimed runner-up honors in the points championship in the ARCA division only to come back in 1990 to stand at the top of the ladder and claim championship honors. The Brevaks finished in the top-ten in points in all but one of their ARCA seasons between 1982-1993.

In 1994, the Brevaks missed the 1st Annual Brickyard 400 field by the blink of an eye.  In 1995, the Brevaks stepped into the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series.   Bob piloted the #31 Ford – compiling numerous top-ten finishes.  In 1997, driver Tony Roper took over, qualifying 3rd, and posting numerous top-ten finishes.   In 1999, fellow Wisconsin driver Kevin Cywinski piloted the #31 to 11 top-fifteen finishes, 7 top-ten runs, 2 top-five finishes including a career best 4th (Martinsville) and 3rd (Bristol).  Scott Riggs (Sprint Cup veteran) closed out the 2000 season with Brevak Racing at California bringing home a solid 16th place run. The Brevaks also finished 10th at Portland in 2000.

Soon after, son Brent Brevak, took to the racing track – moving to racing stock cars on the dirt from ages 15-17, and then to asphalt at Madison International Speedway at age 18.   Brent Brevak finished in the top 10 in points in 2007, just his second year of asphalt racing.

 In 2008 Brent Brevak moved up to the ASA North Late Model Series. In his rookie season amidst a group of highly regarded competitors, Brent finished 16th in the final point standings.  2008 saw Brevak continue to mature as a driver as a top ten competitor, and ultimately finished in the top 10 in the final point standings.

 Brent made his ARCA Series racing debut at Rockingham Speedway in 2009. In a 40+ car field that included veteran NASCAR drivers, Brevak turned heads in qualifying with the 16th best time out of a 48 car field.   To start the 2011 ARCA season, Brent took to the high speeds of Daytona and Talladega Superspeedway.  In each of the Superspeedway events Brevak was a top 15 contender on the track and came home with 38th and 26th place finishes due to mechanical issues. In his third race of the season, and only the seventh ARCA race of his career, Brent forged his way into his first top ten finish of his ARCA career at Chicagoland Speedway.