You were last year’s Mini Stock champion, the points leader going into Rounds 4 & 5 and now sit 3rd after the double header weekend; tell us about your road to success?
-We built a quality truck with DMZ Fab and Race Prep. I surrounded myself with good knowledgeable people that want to succeed in whatever it is they do. We headed to the race track and learned new stuff every time we went out, testing, changing, and modifying the truck until we had a combination that now works very well!
Chandler, Arizona (July 2, 2015) - Almost 20 SR1 racers made the trip to Glen Helen Raceway in Devore, CA for rounds 4 and 5 of the Lucas Oil Regional Off Road Series – So Cal. Saturday’s race would also be counted as Round 4 of the SR1 Championship Series, where the points battle is really heating up for the top five racers in both series!
Corona, California (July 6, 2015) – The Lucas Oil Regional Off Road Series is pleased to announce that Fuel Off Road Wheels have been named the Official Wheel of the Southern California regional program.
You are leading the points in Limited Buggy, sitting second in points in Pro Lite, and also racing Modified Kart; how do you balance racing all three classes?
-To balance the classes I just have to make sure I don’t drive one car like I drive the other. All the cars require different driving styles, so if I drive one like the other I can make mistakes.
How did you get your start racing short course?
-When I was about seven years old, my dad was racing a Pro Lite and I saw the karts on the track and wanted to race them. He got me a Jr.1 kart for my eighth birthday and I was more than excited to race it! However, it was a struggle at the beginning for all of us. I had no idea what I was doing and we had to figure out the best way to work on the kart to make it faster. Over time it got easier and I got faster; we slowly got up to the point where I was getting on the podium in the Jr. Karts.