Dylan is the son of David and Susan Cisney. He is noted as a race car driver.
DYLAN CISNEY READIES FOR 2012 SEASON
– FEBRUARY 15, 2012
PORT ROYAL, PA – Dylan Cisney is hoping that the new racing season will be one to look back on that gave him the boost he needed to jumpstart his sprint car career.
The 19-year-old Port Royal, PA resident is looking at a minimum 32-race schedule for the 2012 season. That schedule will be split between 410 Sprint car racing in Central Pennsylvania in the family owned No. 5 and also the JRAB Motorsports 360 Sprint car in Ohio, where Cisney will compete mostly with the NRA sanctioned series.
“We’re going to try to bump up the number of races this year,” said Cisney. “This is my last year of school so it will still be a limited schedule but we plan to race every weekend, whether I’m at home or at school.” Cisney will graduate in December from the University of Northwestern Ohio with a degree in High Performance Motorsports.
Cisney will also compete in the Williams Grove Speedway season opener on March 23. Aside from these two season openers, Cisney will compete in another 16 shows in Central PA, most of them coming at Port Royal Speedway. Depending on equipment and sponsorship, Cisney would like to compete in some World of Outlaws events at Williams Grove including the National Open. He will concentrate his 360 sprint car efforts at Limaland Motorsports Park in Ohio when not in competition at home. Please see complete schedule at the end of this press release.
“I am hoping we can get to victory lane this season,” he stated. “We definitely found some things in the last couple of races at Port Royal last year and we came close to winning before a motor let go one night. I think with that momentum along with the new chassis, we can carry it into this season and be competitive.”