2020 Factory Team Preview
By the looks of things, the year 2020 could very well be one of the most hotly-contested Factory team chases we've ever seen. To kick off the #Soaring20's, we thought it'd be a good time to introduce you to the top contending teams in BMX, and to meet some of their franchise players.
Introducing: 2020 VISION:
Can they make it a 3-peat?
Your reigning two-time Factory team champs are looking stronger stronger than ever, with nearly the same winning roster they’ve had for the past two years. In Vegas, they kicked off the 2020 season with three massive scores (high enough on both sheets that they could’ve won first AND second place). Without a doubt, they are the ones to beat!
“Skittles” McKenzie Gayheart 17-20xw
PULL: How do you like your custom carbon fiber Radio?
SKITTLES: It’s my absolute all-time favorite bike.
I want to go three-for-three. I want National-1,
NAG-1 and World-1. That’s my goal for this year.
Setting the bar high - going for the triple crown.”
--”Skittles” MacKenzie Gayheart
PULL: And you’ve got a touch of camo in there on the logo.
SKITTLES: Yes sir. I put camo in there because I like
PULL: You’ve got a new coach, also.
SKITTLES: Yes. I’m training now with Domingos Lamoglia.
PULL: Any new Full Tilt riders you are looking
SKITTLES: I’m excited for Jordyn Miranda.
“I want to thank, Angie, Fritz and all of our sponsors, and all of the riders and families who make it happen.”
--TM Jim Buchanan
Hyper and Donavon Long may be a lethal combo.
In his lifetime, Donavon Long has won 11 No.1 team titles (eight as a Factory team, one in Bike Shop and two in Trophy). That makes him the winningest TM in BMX history. For 2020, Hyper’s vision to to win their first major Factory Championship, and we think they’ve picked the right guys for the job. Long brings a solid roster of BMX rippers from last year’s Wia-Wis crew and has strengthened it more with the recent additions of Joseph Mathers, William Edmunds and Alex Antil. If FullTilt has anyone to worry about stealing away their No.1 title, it’s likely going to be Team Hyper.
|FEATURED RIDER: Drew Polk 16x
PULL: You’re originally from California, but now
POLK: We did that about three years ago.
PULL: Do you race motorcyles, too?
POLK: I used to, but quit when I was seven.
PULL: Are you stoked on this new Hyper
POLK: Yeah, Donavon’s really helped me a lot.
2020 VISION: HYPER
“We’re looking forward to a great year. We’re looking to compete for the Factory title and let everyone know that Hyper is here to stay.”
--TM Donavon Long
Armed with some new Artillery
They’ve done it before, an deveryone in BMX knows they could do it again. The Factory Answer team has held onto their major superstars, and even filled in a few classes to ensure their team sheet some extra-large rider points. Will 2020 be the year for redemption for John Sawyer’s Answer-Ssquared squad? We’ll soon find out.
FEATURED RIDER: P.J. O’Brien 14x
PULL: How’d this Answer deal come about?
P.J: I’ve been close to the Knapper’s, and the San Juan
PULL: So it’s a dream come true?
P.J: Oh yeah - I used to want to be on the team,
“For this year, I just want a perfect, and be in
2020 VISION: ANSWER TEAM
New colors, New riders and a New Outlook
If there was one team last year who surprised all, it’d be the Alpha dogs - armed with some fresh talent and rising stars. It’s no wonder their riders were much sought-after after Grands. Cam Wood wound up with Mongoose and former Alpha pro Anthony Bucardo got a new ride with Haro - and team owner Shane Threat couldn’t be happier for them. “I’d be disappointed if they didn’t take those offers,” he told us in Vegas. To make up for his losses, he picked up Blaise Pereira and has Minnesotan Brenden Kempell waiting in the wings as his next franchise player.
FEATURED RIDER: Brayden Kempel 17-20x
PULL: What’s your local track in Minnesota?
KEMPEL: I do Rum River during the winter, and
PULL: What are your goals for 2020?
KEMPEL: I’m going to be trying for Jr.Elite at Worlds.
PULL: What’s your secret to BMX success?
KEMPEL: I ride with James Plummer and Alex Antil
2020 VISION: ALPHA ROSTER
Jonathan SuarezVet Pro
Rebekah Threatt41-45 w-cru
Jeff Aana41-45 x
Eric Baca36-40 x/cru
Jake Brown36-40 x
Shawn Wade31-35 cru
Brayden Kempel17-20 x
Kyle Jensen17-20 x
Blaise Pereira15 x
Alexandra Hill15-16 xg/g-cru
Tarin Fields12 x/cru
Lucas Zhou11 w
Annalyse Solano10 xg/g-cru
Landon Burian10 xg/g-cru
Ace Laack9 x/cru
Connor West8 x/cru
Chase Burian8 xg
“For the 2020 season, we’ve streamlined our Factory team, switched up our colors, and have added a few new sponsors, too.”
One of the biggest surprise in the annual game of Musical Sponsorships, Nor Cal’s newest National No.1 rider - Rowdy Holzer, opted to go with Profile Racing (rather than join his former Wia-Wis teammates on Hyper). Either way, he’d still be
switching to a Hyper frame, we suppose - as they continue to support the Profile posse. Great call by TM Gus ‘n the gang, as Rowdy is one cool kid.
2020 VISION: PROFILE
“Our team philosophy
FEATURED RIDER: Rowdy Holzer 10x
PULL: What’s your thoughts on riding for Profile?
ROWDY: I’ve been wanting to be on this team
for a little bit. I love it.
PULL: What’s your favorite Profile product?
ROWDY: Probably the hubs. I love the sound of them. Everything they make is great.
PULL: So you also do a lot of mountian biking - is that mostly for training, competition or fun?
ROWDY: Mostly for fun. I just love riding bikes.
PULL: We saw that black No.1 plate on your cruiser. Are you pumped on running the National No.1 plate this year?
ROWDY: VERY pumped on that.
PULL: If you go to the Florida national in February - and visit Profile’s HQ, you’ll be blown away by their factory.
ROWDY’s DAD: We plan to. That’s why Profile is such a good fit for us. I’m sort of a bike-geek, and they’re down to millmeters. Gus was telling us that they could buy hundreds of titanium bolts from China, but they’d rather make them in Florida. And we bleed red, white and blue - so it couldn’t be a better fit for us.
Don’t mess with The Cartel
For nearly two decades now, Rich Pelton’s Tangent Cartel has been reppin’ the NorCal plate and parts maker on the national scene. When they introduced their Rift frames, the team’s exposure grew even more.
Last year, Tangent expanded it wings outside the USA and hooked up with some great riders around the world - and are now a global phenomenon - not only producing impressive results but also creating their own successful Tangent Pro/Am series. With 2020 in the air, you can expect to see a lot of Tangent/Rift riders racing on the big stage in Tokyo, at USA BMX and BMX Canada events and plenty of UCI World Cups ...and we wish them all the best.
| FEATURED RIDER:
“Rah Rah” Deserae Romero 14xg
PULL: You do a lot of sports besides BMX, right?
RAH-RAH: I do volleyball, basketball and track.
PULL: Where do you race?
RR: I race at Hesperia BMX and
PULL: You and Jordyn Miranda are always battling.
RR: It’s kind of split. Most of the time, it’s
Amaree Vick 9x
Ryder Scranton 10x
Chris Felker 11x
Riley Allen 12x
Bobby Connelly 13x
Desi Romero 14xg
Breanna Winter 15xg
Nate Romero 15x
Nick Adams Jr Elite
Riley House A-pro
Kieth Grine A-pro
Corey Reid AA-pro
Hector Gomes21-25 Men
Niks RozukalnsJr Elite
Edvards LibertsJr Elite
Teigen PascualJr Elite
Alexsandra Simashkina 13g
Jake SvernsVet Pro
Giacomo Fantoni EliteMen
Piertro Bertagnoli EliteMen
“Our goal at Tangent is to help riders make their dreams
of competing at the highest level possible.”
More than just Little Dudes
Although LDC stands for Little Dude Components, their Factory squad is made up of more than just little dudes. Team LDC could be the “sleeper” team of 2020. “LDC likes to keep a smaller Factory Team in a effort to provide more teaching and coaching to help our riders become productive adults,” says TM Jerry Bradford. “It’s taught and learned through strong work ethic and beimng able to follow instructions. We are proud that we never have let a rider go based on results, but we do expect 100% effort and for our riders to conduct themselves in a respectful way. Just like the real work world, we like to reward results in appreciation of their dedication to become not just a better racerm but a better person.”
2020 VISION: LDC ROSTER
Jayce Bartley 14x
PULL: Seems like since we last spoke to you for a Clipped-In article, you’ve grown about a foot taller. How’d 2019 go for ya?
JAYCE: It was a good year. It had its ups and downs, but I accomplished a lot. Made both my mains at Grands. That was my main goal.
PULL: How do you decide whether to run a grey NAG plate or your National number?
JAYCE: Last year, I ran national #75, because it was my coach Jerry’s son - Joey’s number. So I did it for him. I kind of liked it last year, and I improved on it, so I figured I’ll run the National plate until I earn a NAG#1.
PULL: How are things looking for LDC this year?
JAYCE: Good! I really like the new gear - the new jersey. The team has such a cool enviroment. We picked up the W#1 of Ashton Hester.
PULL: Any major goals for you this year?
JAYCE: NAG#1. I really want to earn that.
PULL: What are you doing to achieve that goal?
JAYCE: I’ve backed off on cruiser for this year, just to fully concentrate on class. I work a lot with Jerry (Bradford). Even though we’re in different states, we’re always talking on the phone. We’ll just keep working hard to achieve that goal.
“When we see how successful our current and past riders become in their life, that is the real reason we keep supporting BMX. It’s our way of giving back.”
--TM Jerry Bradford
The Golden Crank Team of the Year
Bill Ryan’s Supercross squad doesn’t chase after team tiltes.
Instead, their goal is for individual riders to win enough nationals to earn themselves a No.1 NAG plate ... or better yet, National No.1 (like they did last year, with Riley House in Amateur). But if they ever got the itch, they probably could give Full Tilt a good run for the title.
"I don't think we can top 2019 - with a near-sweep of Golden Cranks and one Factory team win, out of one attempt ...but we're going to try."
--Supercross founder/owner Bill Ryan
For 2020, they’ve lost House (to Tangent-Rift), and wisely replaced him with Southpark BMX’s Cameron Bramer - who we predict will be be a No.1 Am contender come November.
FEATURED RIDER: Cameron Bramer 17-20x
PULL: What was it like to get the call from Supercross?
CAM: I had the option to go with Donavon and Hyper. He’s a great guy, but to get a call from Bill Ryan was like getting drafted by The Steelers.
PULL: A lot of people were shocked to see you show up in Supercross gear.
CAM: Once it was a done-deal, it was the hardest thing to keep it a secret. I just wanted to scream at the top of my lungs. It was the greatest thing to happen to me. Yesterday, after I won, was a great way to start off the year.
PULL: What’s your plans for 2020? You going to do the big hill?
CAM: I decided not to go pro. My goal is do really good in amateur this year. I want to try for No.1 in both cruiser and class. I want to try NAG-5 Challenge again, and since Worlds is in Houston, hopefully try to get a W#1 for the plate. I’ll still plan to do Super-X opens when I can.
Be like the Karate Kid
Box Components has some pretty cool things up their sleeves (or, should we say - jerseys?). While the Box-Meybo factory team continues their winning ways, with franchise player Ronnie Kim leading up the charge - Box has put together a “Level-Up” Team program similar to how martial arts moves you up thru the rankings with different colored belts.
Any USA BMX member can start off as a “purple” jersey, and as you improve, racers can work their way up (to Yellow, Blue and then Red) to ultimately wearing an Orange jersey ...like Ronnie Kim.
FEATURED RIDER: Ronnie Kim 13x
PULL: The obvious question for you is the big
RONNIE: Cedric has been pushing his limits, and
PULL: You’ve always been a big kid. Now that
RONNIE: What I’ve realized throughout my
2020 VISION: BOX
“I am super excited
North, West or East - Yess is Everywhere
For years now, Canadian BMX brand YESS has been supporting three different teams - and the former Golden Crank winners will continue to do the same in 2020, with a goal to dominate.
Jeremy Diebert 14x
PULL: So you’re a Bellflower local.
JEREMY: It’s a really good scene.
PULL: How’d you get on Yess?
JEREMY: For me, it first started
PULL: Yess products are so unique.
JEREMY: I love their products.
PULL: Belt drive or chain?
JEREMY: I run the belt drive
West Coast Factory Team
East Coast Factory Team
Canadian Factory Team
“The synergy of Yess BMX truly brings together what the love of BMX racing is all about. We’re not only a team. We’re a Family.”
Despite rarely turning in a team sheet, the Daylight Cycles team will always be a factor for those brands dicing it out for a Factory championship. Their brand ambassadors are always in the mix, and often play an important part in stealing away the big wins from the teams with a sheet in the game. With their amazingly clean bikes and colorful jerseys (now with a variety of colored sleeves), Daylighter’s are easy to spot on the track. (Usually, just look out front.)
FEATURED RIDER:Ryne Cook 15x
PULL: Alright - you’ve been with Richard Huvard
COOK: I’ve loved working with him. He’s a great guy,
PULL: Daylight’s are just so top-notch, high-end.
COOK: I love the color purple. This paint job is called
PULL: Do you do anything else besides BMX?
COOK: I do a lot of football. I really excell in football.
“What’s most important is designing a race bike and a brand that people love to be a part of.”
--Daylight owner Richard Huvard
Carbon wheels keep on spinnin’, Remix keeps on winnin’.
Dale Robinson’s ReMix team has slowly been making a name for themselves on the National circuit, and 2020 could very well become their breakout year.
PULL: Tell us - why do they call you “The Russian”?
WORTH: I’m half Russian, on my mom’s side.
PULL: Where’s your local track?
WORTH: Lemoore BMX is closest to me, and I
PULL: Are you stoked to gte on ReMix?
WORTH: Yeah. I just the wheels, and I’m in
The Carbon Kings
If you were counting frames at the 2020 season opener in ‘Vegas, you might’ve noticed an extraordinary abundance of riders on carbon Orca’s. They were EVERYWHERE!
PULL: Even though you’re from Washington, I see
WI-FI’s DAD: 19 in the back.
PULL: So last year in Zolder, you became No.3
WI-FI: Yeah. My goal is to win Worlds.
PULL: It’s good to see you running flat pedals.
WI-FI’s Dad: Brent Lee is from our local track,
PULL: How long have you been on Bombshell?
WI-FI: This is my third year on the team.
Steppin’ It Up for 2020
Florida-based S-squared is all about supporting the sport of BMX. Not only are they the official frame of Factory Answer (along with multiple teams all around the U.S.), but they’ve also got their own Factory squad with a hefty roster of winners and title contenders.
“We do our best to maintain a family atmosphere,” says TM David Anderson, “and create a positive experience for the riders and families. I enjoy helping kids become the best riders that they can be, on and off the track. I know the riders have worked hard to be on our Factory team are in the sport for the right reasons. They take it seriously yet still have fun racing.”
Grecia Crustodulo 14xgTX
Nathan Davids A-Pro
Jack Davis 17-20Aus
Wildon Ivey 16X WI
Julian Basaj 16XWI
Ty Henry 15X FL
Kian Grabinski 14XMN
Joe Drawenek 12X WI
Aaron Drawenek 36 -40xWI
Knox Perkins 8XUT
KNOX “The Ox” PERKINS 8x
PULL: So what do you think of being on SSquared?
THE OX: It’s really cool.
PULL: What do you like most about SSquared?
THE OX: The bikes. I’ll be getting new ones
PULL: Is there anything special about your
THE OX: Yeah. I have California gearing.
PULL: Ahhh - you too?
Do you know what gearing you run?
(Dad whispers in his ear)
THE OX: 49-19.
PULL: Two more questions - where
are you from, and what is your local track?
THE OX: I live in Utah and race atRad Canyon.
Just out to have Fun
The Fun-factor has always been high in the SE pits since the beginning - but perhaps never more-so than now. When Jason Morris’ alter-ego, Mr. Richard Cheeseburger, fun and winning become contagious and most often are one and the same.
“Watch any of Jason Morris’ races and you’ll see that we’re striving to keep the F-U-N in B-M-X!”
--Todd Lyons, SE's Brand Manager / main man.
FEATURED RIDER:“Dick Cheeseburger”26-35x
PULL: We were thinking what it’d be like to have Jason Morris interview Dick Cheeseburger. Sound good?
MORRIS: Ok ...so, Dick - you’re out there on platform pedals, wearing Vans, sending everything. When are you ever going to take this sport seriously?
CHEESEBURGER: Heck with that. I’m just bustin’ fat no-footers for my fans out there.
MORRIS: Where did SE Bikes find you?
CHEESEBURGER: I can’t really say. I started out having fun, hitting big doubles, came on the scene pretty quick. I’m really not a racer, tho. I’m not like Jason Morris, busting out sprints and working out. I’d rather boost jumps, get all of the applause and make guys like him jealous.
Born to Win
“The Mayor,” Richard Bunt, is a BMX diehard - and he’s assembled another impressive squad to represent the Answer-owned brand - nabbing Ryan Correia away from the Cartel.
FEATURED RIDER: Ryan Correia 16x
PULL: So you’re a Santa Clara local -
RYAN: Yes! They’ve done a lot of good
PULL: D’ya have any big goals for the 2020 season?
RYAN: I’m hoping to get one of the Junior spots -
PULL: First-year in Junior. Are you looking forward
RYAN: Oh yeah. I love the big hill. I haven’t been
PULL: Who’s your toughest comp in 16x?
RYAN: I’d say everybody. There’s no one who’s
“We’re ready for our best year ever.”
--TM Richard Bunt
The Modern Day version
Decades after ruling team competition in the 80’s and 90’s, there has yet to be a team that has matched the dominance of 10-time No.1 Factory team, GT. A lot has changed since then - but many traits of GT’s winning tradition still stand strong in 2020. While their roster is a lot smaller, GT factory riders still remain the ones to beat.
FEATURED RIDER: Weston Meurlot 16x
PULL: Is it Mur-LOT or Murr-low?
MUERLOT: Mur-low, just like the wine.
PULL: Where are you from? Local track ‘n stuff?
MUERLOT: I’m from Florida. The Daytona area.
PULL: How did the GT deal come about?
MUERLOT: One of the guys I train with, Brian Meyer - who’s sponsored by GT, put in a good word for me. They watched me at Grands in 2018 and I did decent, and they picked me up in Oldsmar. I started out the year strong, the middle was ok, but I picked it up at the end of the year. I wound up ROC#1, NAG#1 and National 11 on cruiser. I’m feeling good coming off of Grands, and hope to get as many No.1’s as I can.
Your New Arch-Rival
Last year, Rival Racing made their presence known, lead by their Elite star Cole Tesar. Proof of that statement is the fact that they were voted into the Top-5 of the Golden Crank Awards’ most popular bikes. For 2020, Rival has made a few improvements to their roster and plan to become a household name by the end of this year.
Zoe “Z” Dannenberg 10xg
PULL: What’s it like having a first-name that starts with the last letter in the alphabet?
ZOE: Kind of bad, when at school, we line up in alphabetical order, so I’m always last.
PULL: But you’re NAG-1, so you’re obviously first in BMX.
ZOE: I have been for three years in a row. My goal this year is World#1 and National #1.
Building Up Velocity
For 2020, American frame-maker Velocity BMX has nearly 70 riders on their Global roster. We repeat - SEVENTY factory riders! It’s no wonder you’re bound to see a Velocity rider at practically every race, in every
state, wherever you go. Keep an eye out for ‘em!
FEATURED RIDER: Blake Powell 15x
PULL: Veolcity is based out of Virgina, right? Are you excited for the second national of the year being in your backyard?
BLAKE: Oh yeah.
PULL: If you had to name one single race as the best race in your career, what would it be?
BLAKE: East Coast Nationals, in Maryland. Podiumed all weekend - two thirds and a second.
PULL: As a rising star in 15x, who would you say is the toughest guys to beat?
BLAKE: Probably Brandon Crain, Nolan, and Chris Hobie. They’re all pretty fast.
PULL: You’ve been on Velocity for one year. How’d you get on the team?
BLAKE: The owner moved down to Virginia. We liked the team - liked what they were doing, so we joined on.
C-yaa at the Finishline
London Wilmot, owner of C-Yaa Bicycles, has been a team owner/manager for over 20 years now, and he knows how to assemble a solid team that can win on any given day. But with the loss of Mason Hayes (to Mongoose), they’ll be relying heavy on their fanchise player, Shawn DiPrete, and the rest of the C-Yaa crew to bring home the scores.
FEATURED RIDER: Gavin “Rat” Fink 16x
PULL: Where’s the rest of the C-Yaa crew?
FINK: I think they are getting ready for the next one, the Blue Ridge Nationals in Virginia.
PULL: So you’ve been on C-Yaa for a couple of years. Where are you from and what’s your local track?
FINK: I’m from Long Island. I’m a Shoreham local. I ride more at EHT (Egg Harbor) more often, tho.
PULL: Any changes for C-Yaa in 2020?
FINK: Mostly the same roster, but we’ll have new jerseys for Virginia. They’re dope - more black, with a touch of green.
PULL: What’s your expectations for 2020?
FINK: I turn 17-20 this year, so hopefully I can get another NAG plate in there. It’ll be hard. I’ll start racing Junior too - I like big hills.
Never count ‘em out
Georgia-based Blackcrown had an impressive season last year, and hopes to keep
themomentum going in 2020. Everybody loves to root for the underdogs, right?
FEATURED RIDER: Christopher Hobie 15x
PULL: Last name - is Hoe-bee or Hobby?
HOBIE: Hobby, as in Hobby Lobby.
PULL: I’m told that you, Muerlot and Fink are like the three Muskateers.
HOBIE: Yeah, we race against eachother sometime throughout the year. I think at just one national, we all race eachother.
PULL: You’ve got the National 47 on the plate. Broke into the Top-50.
HOBIE: Yes sir. It’s about time. Last year was my best year ever, finally making a Grands main. Pulled a fourth and finished up NAG#3.
PULL: What’s new at BlackCrown?
HOBIE: We lost Matteo Pigo, but everybody else is staying on board. We’ll have new jerseys coming soon. Team owner Ashley has taken the Blackcrown team to a whole new level.
In the past, Eric Dyer has divided his troops between Bike Shop and Factory. But according to Top Jimmy, Elite Bicycles/Vendetta will be united as one, single Factory force for 2020! With consistent winners like Jimmy Nelson, and Shane Harlow, never count out the Vendetta brigade.
FEATURED RIDER:Jim Nelson 46-50x/cru
PULL: Last year, you were in contention again for the National No.1 title - but not as close as you were in 2018.
JIM: I just focused on cruiser last year, because I had a lot of injuries. I plan to really go for it this year.
PULL: 46-50 still has some solid rider count. How many more year do you have in that class?
JIM: I’m 47, so I have a few more years.
PULL: Being up for National No.1, what is harder - the competition or the pressure of the title-chase?
JIM: Not so much the pressure - I can handle that. It’s the stiff competition. We’re up against some really fast guys - Shawn DiPrete, Carne$, Thompson ...all of those guys are amazing.
PULL: How long have you been racing now?
JIM: I raced from age 8 to 23, every week, non-stop. Then I stopped for work and family, then picked it back up at 40. I missed it. I saw that a lot of my friends were doing it and decided to come back. It’s hard to stay away.
Team in Limbo
Social media has been blowing up with rumors and gossip about Throdwn - and plenty of riders have already jumped ship. We attempted to get in touch with owner Charlie Jahnke, to no avail - leaving all of us to wonder, what’ll happen to last year’s No.3 Factory team?
FEATURED RIDER: Nic Deters 21-25x
PULL: There’s been a ton of rumors. What have you heard?
DETERS: Not a lot of commitment yet. I’m just sticking with what I’ve got right now. I’ve been with Charlie now for about
five years, and he’s always supported me, so until I hear otherwise, I’m staying with Throdwn out of loyalty.
PULL: Loyalty. That’s a rare thing to hear these days.
DETERS: Exactly. I don’t think it’s that important to make
a move at the first race of the year. There’s a lot of season
left. I hope we can stay together. It’ll be a bummer if it
doesn’t work out the way we want it to. It’s been an
amazing ride. If not, we have some results that show
we were a great team, with great riders.
Between Factory Mongoose (who just picked up Cam Wood and ams Mason Hayes and Peyton Ridenour) and the Mongoose-LRC squad, you can expect to see a LOT more Mongeese this season.
Chris Chudzik’s Powerlite posse will return this year with another hot roster full o’ rippers and some new solid red and black jerseys. Led by King Henry, they are always capable, armed and ready.
The NY-based All Tow Wrecking Crew, with their matching Yess team bikes, are always a factor in the Factory title-chase. Look for them to pick up steam once the summer season starts up.
Maker of some of the coolest custom plates in BMX (as well as uniforms and team branding material), Racer Concepts continues in 2020 with their own factory force to be reckoned with.
Wayne Brown’s awesome orange team is still thriving, strong and was lookin’ good in Vegas. Never count out the Utah-based gang. They can put in a solid team score at any given national, and finished off 2019 in the Top-10.
After losing some of their top-tier members for 2020, TM Sean Moore has announced he’s calling it quits after an impressive seven year run. Free Agent HQ has also let go pro Alec Bob, who’s been busy shopping for a new ride.
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FACTORY POWERS / GT
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