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Tom Schultz is the Track Historian at Road America and has held this post since 2000. He has had two books published on the history of the track. In addition, Tom has contributed over 200 articles to various motoring magazines. He has been the press officer for the Oldsmobile Pro Series in the early 1990s, followed by six years with SCCA Pro Racing, acting as a press officer for the Trans Am and World Challenge series. Schultz has been a contributing editor of Sports Car magazine since 1980. In 2007 he was honored to receive the Wisconsin Governor's Award for Service to motorsports in Wisconsin.

Away from the track Tom graduated from Marquette University in 1964 with a degree in communications. He served in the US Army for several years, attaining the rank of Captain. Following his military duty, he went into banking, retiring in 2008 as a Vice President of Tri City National Bank, Milwaukee. He served his home city of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin for 25 years in both elected and appointed capacities. He is a 45-year member of Kiwanis International, and a 47-year member of the Sports Car Club of America. He lives with his wife Jean in Wauwatosa, and has two children and five grandchildren.

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Meister Bräuser: Harry Heuer's Championship Racing Team by Tom Schultz

This book recounts the history of the Meister Bräuser racing team with their triumphs and their failures. We think that you will find it enjoyable reading, and a valuable look into American racing in the early 1960s.