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BOSS Founder Assumes Ownership Of FAST 410 Championship Series
October 5, 2018
Aaron Fry has assumed ownership of Ohio's FAST 410 Championship Series. Current president and CEO Rich Farmer will step down to focus on his other growing business ventures.
BOSS Founder Assumes Ownership Of FAST 410 Championship Series

Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series (BOSS) Founder Aaron Fry has assumed ownership of the FAST 410 Championship Series based out of Ohio.

First founded by a trio of sprint car fans in 2009, FAST was formed as a local and affordable series that traveled between Attica Raceway Park and Fremont Speedway. (The FAST acronym stood for Fremont Attica Sprint Title).

In 2014, Rich Farmer, the Fremont Speedway track promoter at the time, took over as president and CEO of the series. Farmer expanded the schedule to include other Ohio tracks including Millstream Speedway (Findlay), Limaland Motorsports Park (Elida) and Waynesfield Raceway Park. He also changed the name to FAST Championship Series, and today it is known as All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads FAST Series presented by Ohio Logistics.

Farmer will pass the reigns to Fry to focus on his other growing businesses, including six NAPA Auto Parts stores.

“I’m honored to be chosen by Rich to carry on the FAST name and we plan to do our best to make him, the marketing partners and the teams proud to be associated with BOSS/FAST,” Fry said to SPEED SPORT.

Fry told SPEED SPORT that he aims to have up to 25 series events next year, with plans to target tracks in all corners of Ohio, as well as expand past state borders to Eastern Indiana and Pennsylvania. He will also coordinate the BOSS schedule with the FAST series schedule.

“With the three winged races BOSS held this past year we have gotten a lot of inquiries from tracks and joining forces now with FAST will open that up to more possibilities. We will, however, stick to the core of  BOSS and FAST and that’s to have a series for the weekend racers. Our goal is to keep this fun for the race teams and fans,” Fry said.

As for the JLH General Contractor FAST 305 Championship Series, Farmer said he is contemplating its future and no decision has yet to be made.