Swan Racing adds new minority owner
January 13, 2014, Staff report, NASCAR.com
Businessman Anthony Marlowe joins revamped two-car team
Swan Racing has added an additional minority owner.
Anthony Marlowe, a businessman from Iowa City, Iowa, has become part of the organization's ownership team. The co-founder and president of TMone, Marlowe has been involved in NASCAR as a sponsor with different teams since 2011. He joins a group that includes minority owner Bill Romanowski and majority owner Brandon Davis, the latter of whom formed the organization late in the 2012 campaign.
"This is a remarkable day, which for me marks the intersection of my passion for NASCAR and my dream of owning part of a professional sports team at the highest level," Marlowe said. "I kept a close eye on Swan Racing during its inaugural season last year and was so impressed with Brandon Davis, the way they do business and their pursuit of excellence that I wanted to be part of his Cup team for the long haul."
For the 2014 season, Swan Racing will field the cars of Parker Kligerman and Cole Whitt in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Swan fielded one car last season, the No. 30, which finished 33rd in final owner points using several different drivers. The team's best finish last season was 12th at Talladega with David Stremme.
"Anthony is an entrepreneur like me," Davis said. "He has the same work ethic and the same approach when it comes to finding creative and innovative solutions. Anthony is the perfect fit for the team and will be an integral part of it going forward."