Speed4U, L.P., is the business organization responsible for
developing and operating BeaveRun Motorsports Complex through
it's general partner, PM Park, Inc. The
principals are Thomas C. Wettach, Timothy
W. Silbaugh, Earl L. Seiler and Scot W. Silbaugh. Both
Tom Wettach and Tim Silbaugh are motorsports enthusiasts,
members of the BMW CCA and participants in the Sportscar Vintage
Tom Wettach, who resides in the Pittsburgh suburb of Thornburg,
Pennsylvania, practices patent, copyright, and business law
on an international basis and is counsel to the Society of
Tim Silbaugh is also an attorney, with offices in Butler
and Valencia, Pennsylvania, concentrating his practice in real
estate development and finance. He is on the Board of Directors
and is counsel to the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Association.
Scot Silbaugh, who resides near the BeaveRun facility in
Koppel, Pennsylvania, has been working on the development
of BeaveRun since recently completing a six-year tour in the
United States Navy. Scot has been concentrating on the
Wilson Circuit and growth of the karting programs, including
all aspects of BeaveRun's own Karting Series.
Earl Seiler, Construction Manager for BeaveRun, lives in
Wilkins Township, Pennsylvania. Earl has over 40 years of experience
in a variety of engineering, project management and computer
systems development environments. He is responsible for building BeaveRun
to specification within budget
and schedule constraints. He is an avid motorsports driving
enthusiast, participating in many Porsche Club track events.
Krystal Barry, Office Manager for BeaveRun, lives in nearby Ellwood City, Pennsylvania. She is a recent graduate of the Pennsylvania State University, receiving a degree in Recreation and Parks Management with a minor in Business, credentials well-suited to her work at BeaveRun. Krystal is the coordinating force behind event scheduling, promotion and resources management.
Wilson Motorsports, Inc., a consulting firm retained as BeaveRun's
primary track design resource, have as its principals Alan
Wilson and his wife, Desiree Wilson. Mrs. Wilson is well known
as the first female F1 champion. She continues to race shifter
karts and works regularly with premier automobile manufacturers
in managing their "ride and drive" programs. Mr. Wilson,
who is generally recognized as
the world's foremost track designer, has raced both motorcycles
and automobiles internationally. He managed Brands Hatch for
several years and has developed and produced both permanent
and temporary road racing facilities throughout the Americas.
Alan Wilson's tracks are known not only for their challenging
layout, but perhaps more importantly, for their steadfast attention
George Patterson, Marketing Consultant for BeaveRun, lives in
Sewickley, Pennsylvania. He has over a decade of sales and marketing
experience, on both the national and international level.
His contributions are focused on strategic plans and building awareness of the BeaveRun brand.
He and his wife are both active Porsche Club driving enthusiasts.
Gray Warnick Engineering, located just west of Butler,
PA in the Mount Chestnut area, provides
engineering services for the project. With a vast range of
experience in all types of land development, Gray Warnick has the expertise
necessary to transform the conceptual designs of BeaveRun
into a facility that will satisfy the owners, the intended
users and the governmental framework within which the facility
must reside. Highly detailed drawings are the usual end product,
serving as the key instrument of communication with the many
technical and administrative groups involved with the
complexs design and construction. Providing
on-going engineering work in conjunction with excavation and
construction, their work will continue through completion
of the project.
Joe Gray, P.E. , lives in Butler, Pennsylvania and is the owner of
Gray Warnick Engineering. Joe has a wealth of civil
engineering experience and has been involved in the planning
and design of BeaveRun since the tracks conception in
1998. Joe works closely with his team to plan, design and
obtain approvals for the project.
Mike Ogin, P.E., lives in Butler, Pennsylvania. Mike is a project manager for Gray Warnick Engineering with over 15 years of experience in the civil engineering field. He works closely with the BeaveRun Team and the various municipal authorities.