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Augie Pabst III Wikipedia
Augie Pabst III is a former racing driver and current team owner of Pabst Racing Services. He is also the great-great-great grandson of Frederick Pabst, founder of the Pabst Brewing Company.
Augie was born into a racing family. His grandfather, Augie Pabst, won the SCCA National Sports Car Championship in the B Modified class in 1960. His father, Augie Pabst Jr., raced in the 24 Hours of Le Mans among other races.
Pabst started his auto racing career in Sports Car Club of America in 1991. After racing in Formula Ford Pabst started in the Shelby Can-Am class. The driver from Oconomowoc, Wisconsin won the 1995 Cen-Div Division National championship in the Shelby Can-Am class. In 1995 the young driver places second in the Dodge Shelby Pro Series. The following year Pabst competed in the Formula Continental class placing nineteenth in the Cen-Div National championship.
In 1997 Pabst competed his last season in the United States Formula Ford 2000 National Championship. Racing a Van Diemen chassis Pabst scored various top ten finishes placing thirteenth in the championship standings.
In 1998 Pabst took over Pabst Racing Services expanding the race team. Pabst focused on the servicing of a variety of race cars for clients. The team was most dedicated to their USF2000 entry. Tõnis Kasemets was one of the drivers successful for the Pabst team winning races in the series. In 2005 Pabst was the crewchief for Kasemets in the Atlantic Championship. Kasemets entered his own team, Team Tonis, which was technically supported by Pabst Racing Services.
(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position, races in italics indicate fastest race lap)