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After starting my road-racing career in November of 2018, my current progression in this industry from knowing very little to leading points in the 2019 Lucas Oil Formula Car Series is surreal to me. After learning so many things in the past few months in and out of the car, I now have the opportunity to show it. I was recently contacted by Jeremy Shaw from the Team USA Scholarship about being a contender in this year’s scholarship program. Many notable drivers like Bryan Herta, Josef Newgarden, Spencer Pigot, Kyle Kirkwood, Oliver Askew, and many more have come from this program and followed up with a successful racing career. The 2019 Team USA Scholarship allows aspiring drivers the chance to accelerate their racing careers and go overseas to compete in the notable Formula Ford Festival and Walter Hayes Trophy with Cliff Dempsey Racing. Only two out of the nine selected
After a difficult time during rounds 4, 5, and 6 with Lucas Oil School of Racing at Virginia International Raceway (VIR), my time at New Jersey Motorsports Park (NJMP) was a different story. VIR was very educational for me as the track was very reliant on racecraft in drafts because of the two major straightaways. This lead to the field changing constantly as draft packs would push up to the front and send others to the back. I eventually caught on to the fact of racing in the draft and was able to maintain my positions with defensive moves. I walked away from VIR finishing 5th, 7th, and 5th. This had me sitting second in points moving into the NJMP races on July 15th – 17th. Attending a lapping session the week before, this allowed me to have a head-start on learning the NJMP Thunderbold track. Enjoying the high speed