http://glhunt.com/post-sitemap.xml Sam Myers – Team Owner, Crew Chief, Driver
http://pashmere.it/portfolio-items/girocollo-coste-cashmere-uomo/feed Sam began his involvement in motorsports in 2003 when he purchased his first racecar, a 1989 Honda Civic Standard hatchback for use in both SCCA and NASA regional racing. For the next 3 years Sam would race a full schedule, earning back-to-back NASA Regional Championships in the Honda Challenge 5 class.
http://indict.org.uk/?RAND=no-deposit-option-binary Sam began housing, prepping and providing trackside support for arrive & drive as well as customer cars. The highlight to this point would come in 2011 as the PakExp Racing with Velocity BHP / Myers Motorsprots Civic Si piloted by Brian Makse would bring home dual NASA National Championships in the Performance Touring E and Time Trial E classes.
http://gayfootclub.com/page/4/?kontyry=he-doesn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t-want-to-hook-up Sam has also been a fly-in crew member in the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge and Rolex Series since 2005. Sam’s duties have ranged from fueler to crew chief, working with the likes of Team Cobalt California, GS Motorsports, Team Sahlen and Freedom Autosport.
60 sekunden traden When not working at The Race Shop, Sam is an HVAC Commercial Installer for Custom Air. Sam began with Custom Air in August of 1996, and has held several positions with the company, including Project Manager, Sales Assistant and his current position as a Commercial Lead Installer.
Rob has been into cars his whole life, something passed down to him by his father. He first began working with the team in 2008 and now he rarely misses an event. In 2010 Rob began tracking his ’96 Honda Civic DX, working his way up through the HPDE ranks and joining the Time Trial E class in early 2012. After finishing his 3-year project, a ’91 Acura Integra LS built for the Honda Challenge 2 class, Rob has relegated his trusty Civic back to daily driver duties.
http://mullbergaskolan.se/?pankreatit=K%C3%B6pa-Tadalafil&e90=79 Matt Johnston (Tinman) – Fabricator, Driver
Matt, like Rob, has been into going fast since what seems like the day he was born. After years of doing all things drag racing related, Matt made the switch to road course racing and was instantly hooked. He became a part of the MM crew in 2008, and instantly his fabrication expertise became very apparent, with additions to the cars ranging from cage updates to the custom aluminum ram air intakes. When the team decided to build a sister car to their PTE Civic, Matt was called upon to fabricate the roll cage, fuel cell mounting and aluminum bulkhead. After completing the build, Matt jumped into the driver’s seat of 786, and in his first year of Time Trials competition he was albe to walk away with the NASA Great Lakes Region Time Trial E Season Championship as well as the Time Trial Rookie of the Year.