Sikora named Manager of Racing for American Racer

Sikora named Manager of Racing for American Racer

Levi Sikora has been promoted to fill the role of Manager of Racing for the American Racer and McCreary brands at the main production facility in Indiana, Pennsylvania.

Sikora is succeeding Scott McAdoo who passed away in early October.

“I have big shoes to fill trying to replace Mac, but I am excited and proud to carry on his work,” Sikora said.

His responsibilities will include supply chain management and interfacing with the American Racer distribution network around the globe.

Given his engineering background, Sikora will also continue to spearhead any racing development projects.

“Levi’s engineering and chemistry expertise, along with his racing background make him a tremendous asset for our company and brand,” stated Scott Junod, Director of Racing for American Racer. “Levi has been working on our team for the past three years and we are fortunate to have him in his new role.”

Sikora joined the American Racer organization in 2017 as a graduate of Pennsylvania State University with a degree in Petroleum Engineering.

He hails from Punxsutawney, and grew up and worked in the oil and gas industry of Western Pennsylvania.

He and his family have been racing dirt late models since he was 16 years old.

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