Hi I Brandon Spithaler. I am 27 years old and I live in a little town in Western Pennsylvania called Evans City. I, like many of you am addicted to the adrenaline, speed, and victory that is a part of the sport of racing.
My name is Audrey Worm. I am currently one of three women that compete in NHRA Top Fuel Dragsters. This year was my rookie year and I ended up 18th out of 37 Top Fuel drivers.We also ranked the highest in points out of all of the part time single car teams. I was nominated as one of the Road to the future: Rookie of the year candidates.
(Leroy) have been racing and involved in racing for 30 years. I have drove stock cars, bombers, late models, modifieds, minisprints, and karts. Through the years of racing i have achieved many wins, track championships top 5 ad 10 finishes an man dnf's.
My name is Armani Williams- I am NASCARs first openly diagnosed driver with Autism Spectrum Disorder. My passion is racing and bring more awareness and solution based opportunities to families impacted by Autism. I do not race for money or fame, but to be a beacon of hope of for those families.
Thank you very much for offering this sponsorship opportunity as I like many others need it to continue racing and get into competitive equipment. Thank you again!
My first race was at Fort Payne Motor Speedway in fort payne Alabama. I raced one full season in street stock. I decided that wasn't fast enough so I bought a Get late model chassis and had a engine built by my good friend who introduced me into racing, Billy Hammonds.
I got into racing after seeing my family members race for years, going back to when my grandfather raced in the 1970's. My dad who I watched race since I was born let me try a gokart at age 5. By my 2nd race I had won and went on to win multiple championships in those 3 years. When I turned 8, I got a Bandolero.
Lacy is an 11-year-old driver in Florida. She started racing 5 years ago in memory of her little brother Rocco who passed away from DKA Diabetic Ketoacidosis, just after celebrating his 1st Birthday. Lacy races all over Florida spreading the awareness of Diabetes and its symptoms, her goal is making sure parents know what these symptoms are so that they don't lose a child or a loved one from Diabetes.
Keaton Hendrix, the 12 year old "Little Stinger", of Homerville, GA pilots the number 88 Bandolero. Bandolero race cars are raced at events throughout the United States under the INEX Sanctioning Body and U.S. Legend Cars International, Inc. Keaton primarily races in the Georgia Legends and Bandolero Program, directed by former racer, Ken Ragan. 2018 will be Keaton's fourth season behind the wheel. Keaton started racing Bandoleros at the age of 10. Keaton has been under the instruction of Crew Chief Rusty Clanton of Concord, GA.
It is an honor to follow in the footsteps of our hero's. We are driven by the legacy passed down to us and we are creating stepping stones for those to come.
My name is Carl Thomas Jr, I am 38 and from West Memphis Arkansas. I make my living by working as a machinist/fabricator for our family owned machine shop. I race dirt latemodels locally at two home tracks, Riverside Speedway in West Memphis and Crowley's Ridge Raceway in Paragould AR.
Reid raced IMCA in the early 90's but needed to quit racing in order to raise his 3 children after their mom took off across the county, leaving the kids with Reid.. Reid met Renee and they got married in 2014. One of their favorite date nights was at merritt speedway.
My name is Emily Jordan. I am a 22 year old pharmacy student from southern Ohio. I have been racing for a total of 7 years. I started out in a steel block late model at the end of the 2010 season and moved into a sport mod in 2013. Since 2013 I have captured 22 feature wins at 6 different tracks in southern Ohio and Kentucky.
My name us Steve Miller. I am 2nd generation driver. My father is Ron Miller. My home track is Oakshade Raceway. I finished 14th in points last year in the late models. I am a tool and die maker so I custom build many parts. I hope if I get this sponsorship to help allow me travel more.
Jacob Wilkinson is a 15 year old UMP Sport Compact driver, that races a 1987 Porsche 944 on dirt. He started racing when he was 12 years old. He is a sophomore in high school. He works hard on the track and even harder in the garage. He is dedicated to the sport and absolutely loves it. He eats, sleeps, and breathes racing and has been around it his entire life.
About the driver:
I have been successfully racing in various divisions since 2002. I started racing in a 4 cylinder Super Mini Truck. In the division I earned 20 feature wins between Owosso Speedway, Auto City Speedway, Spartan Speedway, Springport Speedway and Dixie Motor Speedway as well as a Track Championship at Owosso Speedway and a Rookie of the Year Award. In 2012-2016 I raced a Mini Cup car in the Midwest Indoor Racing Series. I currently hold the most wins in the Midwest Indoor Mini Cup Division, and have two series Championships.
First and foremost I want to thank Lets Racing Magazine for what they do for us, the drivers and fans! It is because of media outlets like this that we get to share with others our great partners and our ups and downs with our fans. Now let me tell you about myself, my team, and my drive to get better each day.
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