MOORESVILLE, N.C. — Lethal Chassis LLC. has come to terms with the release of Kyle Strickler, driver of the No. 8 Lethal Chassis house car, as of today, December 14, 2015.
“The goal of Lethal Chassis is to build a deep-rooted organization – we treat our customers like family,” said David Stremme. “Kyle made it clear that he was interested in pursuing other opportunities and luckily that doesn’t affect our day-to-day operations here at Lethal Chassis. We hope he finds an organization that suits him better.”
Lethal Chassis, founded in 2014 by former NASCAR star David Stremme, manufactures open wheel dirt Modifieds and Modified racing components for competitors across the country. In an effort to maintain a superior level of customer support, Lethal Chassis builds a limited amount of cars each racing season.
With over 30 cars currently competing, Lethal Chassis claimed 60 wins in the 2015 racing season – including the famed IMCA Super Nationals – and picked up Championships on the Renegades of Dirt National and Southern Tours, and at tracks like Fayetteville Motor Speedway, Ohio Valley Speedway, and Paducah International Raceway. To learn more, call (704) 658-0000.
-Lethal Chassis Press Release