Welcome to Richard Dziak's
The future is here.........F1000 racing
A new class of Formula race cars arrives
Pure Excitement....Pure Power....Pure Speed
Richard Dziak in his Phoenix F1K-7 F1000 Formula Race car at Phoenix International Raceway. Powered by Suzuki GSXR 1000 cc Superbike Motorcycle Engine. Top speed 160 MPH. Built by Phoenix Race Works, Phoenix, Arizona. SCCA Class FB Formula 1000.
Richard Dziak in his Phoenix F1000 in action at Sandia Speedway ...Albuquerque, NM June 2010
Richard Dziak...Phoenix F1K.07 Formula F1000 @ Sandia Speedway June 2010 down the backstretch
Richard Dziak in his 1993 Van Diemen Formula F2000 Formula Race car at Arroyo Seco Raceway, Deming, New Mexico. Powered by Ford 2000 cc 4 cyl Pinto racing engine. Top speed 140 MPH. Made by Van Diemen Race cars in England. SCCA Class FC & CC Formula Continental and Club Continental.
Richard Dziak in his 1985 Van Diemen Formula Ford at the St. John's Grand Prix, St. John's Arizona. Powered by Ford 1600 CC 4 cyl engine top speed 125 MPH. Made by Van Diemen Race Cars, England. SCCA Class FF Formula Ford.
Richard Dziak has a SCCA National Competition Club Racing License and can drive formula race cars at any sanctioned SCCA racetrack across the USA. He has been a member of the SCCA since 2003, and is an active member of the Rocky Mountain Division SCCA, the Pan Am Region SCCA of West Texas and Southern New Mexico, and the Arizona Region SCCA.
Richard Dziak is the 2007-2008 Arizona Regional Saguaro Series Points Champion
Richard Dziak is the 2008 Rocky Mountain Division Regional Points Champion
Richard is also sponsored by a local Amsoil Distributor www.canyontraders.com.
Sponsor of the 2012 F1000 National Championship
P.O. Box 7314
Las Cruces, New Mexico USA 88011
Contact: Don Giles
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John Berget Racing Tires
check them out at the link below for GREAT savings. I use their tires EXCLUSIVELY on my Formula race cars....
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