In the Driver's Seat

spotlight-tripp-tsrHis grandfather, his parents and his brother are racers and his dad first asked his mom for a date on the radio during a caution period in an event both were trying to win, so it’s no surprise that Tripp Gaylord is driving a race car.

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Lives in: Peoria, Arizona
Car number: 11

Dylan Cappello started his racing career on a Big Wheel when he was 4. Now he's 18 and trying to lay the groundwork to become a big wheel in professional motor sports. Cappello, a rookie in the Lucas Oil Modified Series presented by LoanMart, has demonstrated in just four races with the Garcia Racing team that he has the potential to someday reach his goal.

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Lives in: Edgewood, New Mexico
Car number: 71

Dustin Tilbury is going a long way to avoid taking the easy way out.

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Lives in: Meridian, Idaho
Car number: 24

Shelby Stroebel started racing because of its therapeutic value.


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Lives in: Glendale, California
Car number: 25D

Daniel Williams is used to winning, so he has no experience at being in a position where just qualifying for a race is considered a success. On the other hand, trying to jump from dirt track Ford Focus Midgets to the Lucas Oil Modified Series presented by LoanMart is similar to going from high school to the pros in a stick and ball sport.

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Lives in: Henerson, Nevada
Car number: 1X

Pat Petrie started driving race cars because he had knee problems.

It wasn't therapy, at least not in the traditional sense. It was a way to fill Petrie's need for a competitive outlet after knee problems forced the Henderson, Nevada, resident to abandon his football career after two years of college.

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