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Scott Butler & Lonestar Racing Part Ways

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Scott & Angela Butler
Mesa, AZ (April 25, 2008) – Scott Butler made the announcement earlier this week that after nine years, as a key figure of Lonestar Racing, that he is no longer with the company. Scott’s departure comes as a surprise to many who have recognized him as the face of Lonestar for just shy of a decade.

Scott is a very knowledgeable and well-respected figure in the ATV industry that has been responsible for the design and development of Lonestar’s aftermarket products. “They approached me in 1999 when I was out there racing and asked if I would be interested in coming on board to help make their products better. Of course back then all I wanted to do was race and be involved in the industry, so I jumped at the opportunity,” Scott recalled. At the time, Scott had a full time job and took a 50% pay cut just to pursue his dreams of having a career in the ATV racing industry.

Scott’s duties at Lonestar were not just limited to R&D as he was very involved with public relations and the Lonestar race team that his wife, Angela Butler, has been racing with for many years. Scott was always at the races and was a well-liked liaison for the company at the track. Throughout the years Scott’s dedication to the company and what he was doing led him to spend much of his time working closely with racers to ensure that he was developing the best products possible. Scott also raced for Lonestar and has won several championships for them.

At this time Scott is still unsure what the future holds for him, but he has a pretty good idea of what he would like to do. “I really like designing parts and working with the race teams. I’ve always felt like Lonestar was my family and my home. I’ve always really liked the family atmosphere of the ATV industry,” said Butler.

Scott is currently keeping his options open and seeing what opportunities may present themselves in the coming weeks. “I guess I’m really just looking for a new place to call home,” Scott concluded. Scott also points out that if anyone is interested in his expertise and skills he has to offer, he can be contacted by email at

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