Wolfpack Racing Report – LS Tractor 200 – March 12th, 2022
Sacramento, CA — On Saturday, March 12th, a coalition of California law enforcement organizations came together to partner with Wolfpack Racing as the primary sponsors of the #92 Chevrolet Camaro driven by Kyle Weatherman for DGM Racing in the LS Tractor 200 at the Phoenix Raceway.
Sponsors include the Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC), Brass Half Full, Contra Costa County Deputy Sheriffs Association (CCCDSA), Los Angeles Airport Peace Officers Association (LAAPOA), Sheriff’s Employees’ Benefit Association (SEBA), and the Ventura County Deputy Sheriffs Association (VCDSA).
Weatherman finished in 30th place on Saturday’s event. To view the full results, please click here. PORAC – California’s largest law enforcement association and the largest statewide law enforcement association in the country – has been a previous sponsor of Weatherman and today’s race further showcases DGM Racing’s support for law enforcement professionals.
“PORAC is grateful to continue to work with other law enforcement organizations in backing Kyle and his efforts to raise awareness about the importance of supporting law enforcement,” said Brian Marvel, President of the Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC). “We’re very proud of the advocacy we do on behalf of our members and the excellent benefits we offer. Kyle and his team have done an incredible job bringing attention to PORAC’s work and the need to increase resources to support officer hiring, training and retention, especially during a time of rising crime throughout the country. We’re looking forward to another fantastic race with Kyle!”
PORAC has a 67-year history of advocating for policies and laws that will help officers carry out their duties safely and effectively while also protecting the rights and benefits of the law enforcement community through the PORAC trusts – Legal Defense Fund, Insurance and Benefits Trust and Retiree Medical Trust.
“Throughout my life I have seen the service, sacrifice and dedication that the men and women in the law enforcement profession demonstrate every day and am proud to support organizations that work to protect and support our officers,” said Kyle Weatherman. “PORAC continues to be a vital piece to our West Coast races, and I am extremely thankful for their support over the years! I am proud to once again partner with PORAC and help to raise awareness for peace officers across the country about the value of a PORAC membership and the PORAC trusts that are there for officers when they need them most.”
About the Peace Officers Research Association of California
The Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC) was incorporated in 1953 as a professional federation of local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies. PORAC represents over 75,000 public safety members and over 940 associations, making it the largest law enforcement organization in California and the largest statewide association in the nation.