Here is what the article says in regards to Rob:
Cal Club Rookies continue
to impress Stewards,
Workers, and spectators
Seven Cal Club rookies showed
up at Buttonwillow Raceway Park to pay
their dues to SCCA Stewards March 14-
15 for the first unrestricted double regional
of the year.
Robert Kazen was the only rookie
in the pupose built entry; a West WR
1000 D Sports Racer. He added two more
wins to his portfolio plus collected his first
overall win in Wings & Things on Sunday.
He has four wins in as many attempts in
Cal Club Rookie
Car: West Race Cars
Hometown: Fallbrook, CA
Marital Status: Married to wife, Michelle.
When did you start racing?
First race was in a Bomber Stock at El
Racing Goals: My goal is to push myself
at every level and see if I can be competitive.
If so, I would like to be a part of the 2010
Runoffs. On the business side my goal is to
expand my racing engine services. In the past
my motorcycle engines were specifically built
for the street bike and sand car market.
My DSR is the perfect platform I need to test
and develop reliable and powerful engine
packages. I hope to have proven engines to
offer in the near future.
1985 to 1990 - Spent my Saturday nights
at the local circle tracks.
1990 to 1995 - Did mostly drag racing,
asphalt, sand drags, and boats.
1995 to 2000 - Was introduced to Shifter
Karts and got hooked!
2000 to Current - Fortunate enough to
land some rides in vintage road racing
cars. Driven A Sedan, B Production, and
2008 to Current - Ran my first race with
my DSR in 8/08.
Members of Race Team: My wife
Michelle and my daughter Michaela.
Sponsors: Kazen Racing
Other hobbies or interests: F1, AMLS,
Rolex series, Indy Car, Off Road Cars,
Sand Cars, going to the desert, Drag
Racing, Bonneville, I guess anything
with an engine in it.
Occupation: Kazen Racing is my shop
and I do engines, fab work, race prep,
work on muscle cars. I build turbo systems,
exhaust systems, most things related
to high performance toys.
Why Cal Club and DSR?
I've always wanted to race. Cal Club
provides the perfect opportunity for me.
It's a monumental task to get to the race
track in most cases. youneed a team and a
big budget. With SCCA and Cal Club I can
do it on a much smaller scale. Being at
the track with Cal Club has proven to be
a great atmosphere and I've already met
some cool people. Hope to be a member
for many years. I chose DSR for a lot of
reasons, but the main reason was my
interest in motorcycle engines. I've been
building motorcycle powered sand cars
since 1987, so it's just a natural transition