Warren Brosel, a veteran of more than 25 years working in various capacities in the NASCAR Cup Series, has joined Silver Hare Racing as the team’s new fabrication shop foreman.

The Wisconsin native comes to Silver Hare after spending the last five seasons as travelling road fabricator at Team Penske, having joined that organization in 2018, the year Joey Logano won his first Cup Series championship before winning it a second time in 2022.

Brosel was a fixture in the aero fabrication department at Richard Childress Racing from 2008 to 2017, where he worked with drivers Kevin Harvick, Paul Menard and Austin Dillon. From 1999 to 2007, he worked at Dale Earnhardt, Inc., where he began as fabrication plate leader on the No. 15 NAPA Chevrolet for two-time Daytona 500 winner Michael Waltrip.

Growing up in Wisconsin, Brosel had the opportunity to work with drivers Bobby Allison, Mark Martin and Jim Sauter in ASA short track racing. A devout family man, Brosel and his wife Kim have twin 21-year-old sons, Chase and Wyatt.