Hoffman acquires Dirt Works
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November 25, 2012

ORONOGO, Mo. -- In August, an agreement was reached between Dirt Works Race Cars owner, Gary Clark, and Jerry Hoffman, who owns Hoffman Race Cars, is the promoter of the Springfield Raceway, and now is the new owner of Dirt Works.

Formerly based in Walker, Dirt Works Race Cars will now be housed in the same facility as Hoffman Race Cars in Oronogo, with Hoffman planning to build both brands alongside each other. A former Dirt Works employee, Hoffman will continue with the popular H3 design, along with the DW11 and Genesis designs from Dirt Works Race Cars.

Clark will remain on board to help in the fabrication and development of the Dirt Works line.

From the humble beginnings to a factory-like atmosphere of close to 20 workers, Dirt Works Race Cars has remained one of the top open-wheel dirt modified chassis manufacturers in the country for more than two decades.

“I’m excited to own the name where I got my start,” said Hoffman. “the old man (Mike Clark) helped me a lot over the years, as well as countless other racers who otherwise wouldn’t have been able to afford to race.

Dirt Works Race Cars and Hoffman Race Cars are located at 23788 Jaguar Rd. in Oronogo. The original Dirt Works phone number (417-465-2410) remains in use and the phone number for Hoffman is still 417-673-7426.

“Give us a call for any and all of your racing needs: parts, cars, tech, on-track testing at Springfield Raceway … whatever you need,” Hoffman added. “Thank you for all who have made Dirt Works what it was, is, and will continue to be in the future.”

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