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Cindi took fourth at the 2012 Rose Cup race at Portland International Raceway.

 

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Cindi Lux Becomes a Slacker in 2012
Lux Performance Group Supporting Variety of Racers at 52nd Rose Cup Races
Lux Performance Tagged To Manage 3rd-Season Of SRT Viper Cup Celebrity Program
Lux Debuting at Long Beach
Cindi Races to Top Five Finish at Runoffs
Cindi Lux takes podium finish in Rose Cup Race

Profile
Highlights
Results
Snippets
Racing Summary
Championships and Awards
Instructor
2007 Schedule
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Profile


Residence: Aloha, Ore.
Helmet: White, Orange, and Blue
Husband: Fred
Profession: Race Team Owner / Driver

Snippets


Cindi Lux Becomes a Slacker in 2012.

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Local Cindi Lux becomes the first woman to podium at Rose Festival Main Race

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Cindi placed 10th of 26 cars on the grid for SCCA Pro Racing SPEED World Challenge GT Round Nine race, part of the 10th Anniversary Petit Le Mans Atlanta at Road Atlanta. She finished 13th.

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Cindi will be driving her Dodge Viper at the Grand Prix of Mosport August 25 in the SCCA Speed GT Championship race. She is grided 19th of 23 cars and finished 11th.

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Cindi drove her Dodge Viper to 16th of 21 cars at the Grand Prix of Toronto July 8th for round 6 of the SCCA Speed GT Championship race. SCCA SPEED GT cars next head to Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio for the Acura Sports Car Challenge, July 21-22.

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Portland International: 6/7/07 - In 1961 the first Rose Cup was won by Jerry Grant, driving a Ferrari Testa Rossa owned by Dick Hahn. This year, Hahn’s daughter Cindi Lux brought her SCCA SPEED World Challenge GT Dodge Viper to try for the win.

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The Dodge Vipers of NayKid Racing make the jump from SCCA Club Racing to SPEED GT at Long Beach this weekend (April 15) with newcomer Cindi Lux of Aloha, OR. She was gridded 22nd of 32 cars and worked her way up to finish17th. The next weekend she finished 16th at Long Beach. And she took 13th at Tooele, Utah.

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Cindi joins the SPEED World Challenge series for 2007. The team won't be ready for Sebring but to debut their Dodge Vipers in the internationally renowned Grand Prix of Long Beach on April 15.

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Luz appears in 18 month Women in the Winner's Circle 2007 calendar along with 17 other women throughout the motorsports field.

News



Cindi Lux Becomes a Slacker in 2012


In the world of auto racing, Cindi Lux has always been known as aggressive and cutting-edge on and off the race track. In 2012, she will become a "Slacker". The Aloha, Ore.-resident will team with Slacker, Incorporated and the lifestyle branding and services provider just might give her a run for her money when it comes to innovation. The 12-time road racing champion has signed a two-year personal services agreement with the Akron, Ohio-based Slacker, Inc. (www.SlackerInc.com) that will see one of the world's leading female race car drivers promote a full line of Slacker, Inc. products and services in auto racing.

Slacker's core business of motorsports products and services for teams and corporate partners offers not only a unique line of retail motorsport items but business-to-business opportunities as well.

Slacker Incorporated will work with Lux to develop original and social media concepts the Inaugural ALMS Women's Global GT Series Champion has created but not had the tools to implement until now. In kind, Slacker, Inc. will use the partnership to further develop its internal assets in these creative areas.

Lux, the Oregon Motorsports Museum Association's 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award-winner, will utilize and promote Slacker products and services for the 2012 and 2013 race seasons. All team clothing and accessories will come from Slacker's extensive product line while the company will also provide additional marketing and branding services to the winner of 75-career races. Lux is currently finalizing her plans for the 2012 race season as a driver in addition to the plans for Lux Performance Group, LLC. - a full-service race and development team she owns with husband Fred Lux.

Rose Cup Promises One Mother of a Father's Day for Local Cindi Lux


The Portland Rose Festival's Rose Cup Races have become a tradition in the Northwest as closely tied to the annual city celebration as any other activity. Cindi Lux has never known any other way to spend the June weekend but at the region's largest gathering of racers. The Aloha, Ore.-resident's father, Dick Hahn (Yakima, Wash.), won the inaugural event 52 years ago and in 2011 Lux became the highest-placing woman in the history of the Rose Cup Feature Race by finishing third. This Father's Day, Lux will attempt to join her Dad on the list of storied winners when she rolls out the No. 5 SRT Viper Competition Coupe Fueled by Black Rock Coffee against a daunting cast of characters who specialize on the 1.967-mile, 12-turn Portland International Raceway road course. The 45-minute race pitches a wide-variety of nearly unrestricted racecars against one-another on June 17 and assures to live up to its tradition as one of the most hotly contested club events of the season. It promises to be one mother of a Father's Day when the green flag falls for the top event of the multi-race weekend.

Lux again brings an exciting group of partners to the Rose Cup this year. Chief among those is the return of the SRT Viper Competition Coupe to the Northwest's most celebrated club event. First through its Dodge brand and now with SRT, the Viper platform has had a dominating racing history since 1989. Lux first piloted the V10-powered machine in 2005 dominating the SCCA Club T1 category with SRT10s until 2007. For 2008, the Oregon Motorsports Museum Association Lifetime Achievement Award-recipient moved into the SCCA Pro World Challenge Series with the Viper Comp. Coupe. In 2012, she returns to the factory driver ranks with SRT driving a freshly-built Competition Coupe while also overseeing the two-car Viper ACR-X "Celebrity Program" in the SRT Viper Cup.

Lux has raced the Viper platform three times in the Rose Cup. In 2009, she brought the World Challenge-ready Viper Comp. Coupe before turning to the then-new ACR-X in 2010. Last year the 1999 Women's Global GT Series Champion returned to the Competition Coupe. Earlier this year, SRT - now a stand-alone marque under Chrysler - announced both a new-for-2017 road going Viper and the SRT Viper GTS-R for American Le Mans Series GT racing competition. The move highlights SRT's commitment to top-level motorsports through its road-going product line.

Fueling Lux is Black Rock Coffee Bar (www.BlackRockCoffeeBar.com). First teaming together in 2011's Rose Cup, Black Rock found the event and partnership with Cindi Lux so successful they have upped their on-site commitment and support. The Portland-based Black Rock Coffee Bar roasts its premium blend of coffee locally ensuring the freshest espresso possible. Endeavoring to find the perfect balance of flavors, Black Rock pushes the boundaries of what is possible with the daily cup of 'Joe', to stir things up a bit and to throw a little edge on the coffee biz.

Black Rock brewed its first coffee at its first store in Beaverton in early 2008. Today, they span from Seattle to San Diego with nine Black Rock stores in the Portland-area and continued substantial growth planned in the coming months.

Since 1995, Slacker Inc. (www.SlackerInc.com) has showcased the creativity, attitude and spirit of a brand through grassroots marketing and motorsports. Originally begun as a clothing line, the company quickly moved into vehicle graphics and apparel for race teams across the country. The products and services have expanded over the years to include embroidery, screen-printing, logo design and marketing activation.

The Rose Cup weekend brings over 400 drivers across multiple races in multiple classes to the PIR circuit. Lux will compete for the overall Rose Cup title just as her father did in 1961 when he won the inaugural race. The category is a rare exception to today's highly "spec" car racing series. Entries are widely divergent ranging from thoroughbred racecars to road based entries - like Lux's Viper - in the "all-comers" race. This has led to some of the sport's hottest cars all competing for the Rose Cup.

Quotes

Cindi Lux, Driver, No. 5 SRT Viper Competition Coupe Fueled by Black Rock Coffee:"It wouldn't be summer without attending Rose Cup Races. With the announcement of the SRT Viper returning to ALMS, the energy within SRT is massive right now and I am really excited to be racing the Viper Competition Coupe at the Rose Cup again. I started my driving career with Chrysler under the SRT banner so it's nice to be back home. The only thing that revs me up more than a big V10 engine pulling me around PIR is a Black Rock espresso! Black Rock is so tuned-into this event! They are pulling out all the stops. Last year I thought I had seen everything a local company could do to promote their product but this year everyone at Black Rock has turned-up the grinder to 11! You add Slacker, Inc., who is so cutting edge with their design and social media work, to the mix and I can promise you, no matter what happens on track, people will remember what we brought to the event! This is going to be flat-out FUN!"
Source: Press release

Lux Performance Group Supporting Variety of Racers at 52nd Rose Cup Races


Lux Performance Group has long been considered a leader in motorsports preparation and race weekend operations but for the 52nd Annual Portland Rose Festival Rose Cup Races, the Aloha, Ore.-based organization is taking it up a notch. Cindi Lux, president and co-owner of Lux Performance with her husband Fred, announced a two-prong attack on the June 16-17 Portland racing tradition with two entries. Cindi Lux will drive the No. 5 SRT Viper Competition Coupe Fueled by Black Rock Coffee while Steve Streimer (Sherwood, Ore.) will race a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup entry at Portland International Raceway (PIR).

Lux Performance Group specializes in all performance cars, not only SRT products. Showcasing this expertise, Streimer is campaigning a partial season of Pirelli GT3 Cup USA under the Lux Performance banner. In 2011, Streimer finished with a pair of second-place finishes in Pirelli Cup Silver class. Lux Performance Group has prepared and setup Streimer's Porsche for the last two seasons. Porsche's 911 GT3 Cup is the world's highest production racecar with one-make series and multi-make classes competing around the world.

In 2012, Lux Performance Group returns as an SRT "skunk works" operation doing research on a newly built Viper Competition Coupe. Cindi Lux will drive the V10-powered Viper in the June 17 Rose Cup Feature Race. She finished third in 2011 racing an earlier version of the car. The Rose Cup marks the on-track debut of the Lux-built Viper.

Streimer will compete in both the Porsche Pirelli Cup races and Sunday's Rose Cup Feature Race. Veteran race engineer Fred Lux will supervise all preparation and manage all setup and race strategy for the Lux Performance entries on the 1.967-mile, 12-turn racecourse.

The Rose Cup weekend brings over 400 drivers across multiple races in multiple classes to the PIR circuit. Lux will compete for the overall Rose Cup title just as her father did in 1961 when he won the inaugural race. The category is a rare exception to today's highly "spec" car racing series. Entries are widely divergent ranging from thoroughbred racecars to road based entries - like Lux's Viper - in the "all-comers" race. This has led to some of the sport's hottest cars all competing for the Rose Cup.

Cindi Lux, President of Lux Performance Group: "Because of our strong affiliation with SRT, people forget we also prepare other manufacturer's race cars. I cut my teeth racing Mitsubishi, BMW, Porsche, Corvettes, Legend Cars, Mustangs and many more. Preparing cars and supporting people in classes like the Porsche Pirelli Cup is important to our business. However, I am equally excited to see my stable mate Steve Streimer go after his class win in the Pirelli Porsche Cup Series the same weekend. Steve has everything it takes to win the two Pirelli Porsche Cup races! This has all the pieces to make an awesome weekend for him and for Lux Performance. Having three Lux Performance Group-prepared and managed cars racing Rose Cup weekend is a major milestone for us."
Source: Press release

Lux Performance Tagged To Manage 3rd-Season Of SRT Viper Cup Celebrity Program


In a week which has seen the public unveiling of the much anticipated 2013 SRT Viper road car, Lux Performance Group, LLC has made it's own SRT Viper-related news by being named, for the third consecutive season, the official managing team of the SRT Viper Cup presented by Pennzoil Ultra "celebrity/guest" driver program. As has been the case in the two proceeding years, the Aloha, Ore.-based organization will provide expert preparation of the pair of SRT Viper ACR-X race cars. In addition, 12-time, road-racing champion Cindi Lux, also of Aloha, Ore., continues in her acclaimed role as driver coach prior to and during race weekends for the two guest drivers at each of the five weekends of SRT Viper Cup competition.

A nationally recognized racer and 2012 SRT factory driver, Lux has become one of the most sought-after driving coaches in the business. Her expertise with turning amateurs into race car drivers is rooted in her race driving experience, as a private instructor, coach to the "stars" of the Grand Prix of Long Beach Celebrity race as well as lead instructor at Miller Motorsports Park. Since the inception of the SRT Viper Cup in 2010 - then known as the Dodge Viper Cup - the 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award from Oregon Motorsports Museum Association-recipient has offered her instruction skill to 15 drivers ranging from absolute amateurs to trained media to professional race car drivers. In 2011, the driver lineup included: Andy Bell, Chris Burandt, Ralph Gilles, Jimmy Kite, Frank Lussier, Brian Makse, J.G. Pasterjak and Craig Stanton. Since inception, the Viper Cup celebrity program has helped raise over $125,000 for charity.

Celebrated writer Bruce Levy and professional wrestler/actor/television host Bill Goldberg will be the first guest drivers of the 2012 season when they debut the cars April 13-15 at Road Atlanta.

Lux Performance Group lead engineer and crew chief Fred Lux has used the off-season to prepare the pair of SRT Viper ACR-X race cars for the new season. With a bevy of performance solutions from the SRT and Mopar catalogs, the V10-powered, not-road-legal, race cars have had complete overhauls since their 2011 race season finale. With a focus on safety and speed, the front-engined machines have undergone meticulous rebuilds to ensure each celebrity driver will enjoy peak performance in the highly competitive one-make series.

The 10-race championship will see guest drivers in the two Lux Performance-prepped American supercars at five renowned North America road courses. The season opens on April 14 at Road Atlanta (Braselton, Ga.) with Rounds One and Two. On May 12, Lux Performance Group transports the show to Road America (Elkhart Lake, Wisc.) for the third and fourth races. The tree-lined Virginia International Raceway (Danville, Vir.) will see the fifth and sixth rounds contested on July 7 and 8, respectively. August 25-26, Monticello Motor Club in Monticello N.Y. will host races seven and eight while the season closes at Watkins Glen International (Watkins Glen, N.Y.) on October 20 and 21.

The complete 2012 Dodge Viper Cup season will be featured on the NBC Sports Network - formerly VERSUS - for a third season adding to the prestige of this unique, one-make championship. Please check local listings for broadcast times. News and features from the race weekends can be found at both www.CindiLux.com and www.ViperHeadquarters.com.

Quotes

Cindi Lux: "We are so psyched about being back for our third season of SRT Viper Cup. This guest driver program has been more successful than I ever would have hoped. We've had just an awesome lineup of drivers go through these fire-breathing Vipers and this year is setting-up to be our best yet. Fred and all the guys at the shop have these hot rods ready for action and I know we're going to put on a great show every weekend. I can't wait to get it going at Road Atlanta.

To have a chance to make this announcement the same week as the unveiling of the 2012 SRT Viper for the street is a very proud moment for us. We're just so pleased to be a part of Viper Nation and the great motorsports tradition of the Viper. Our place in the Viper universe is something we take very seriously at Lux Performance Group. We eat, sleep and breathe these cars. Viper venom runs through our veins. We're looking forward to carrying the SRT, Viper and Viper Cup banner high all across the US this year."

Ralph Gilles, President and CEO, SRT and Motorsports, Chrysler Group LLC: "Our successful SRT Viper Cup Series celebrity driver program will continue in 2012 by offering Viper ACR-X rides to select media and celebrities for them to experience one of the best factory-built race cars out there. We're lucky to have the Lux Performance Group managed by Cindi Lux back with us to not only safely convey the special message of what it's like to race a Viper, but to expertly provide the best race car and driver instruction possible every weekend."

For more on Cindi Lux, please visit www.CindiLux.com. Follow Cindi on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/CindiLux and Cindi Lux on Facebook.
Source: Press release

Cindi Lux takes podium finish in Rose Cup Race


Aloha's Cindi Lux added yet another accolade to her already stellar motorsports resume on Sunday. The 12-time, road racing champion earned her first career podium with a third-place finish in the 51st Annual Rose Cup Race at Portland International Raceway (PIR). In the process of setting her personal-best in the Rose Cup, Lux, driving the No. 4 Black Rock Coffee Bar-Lux Performance Dodge Viper Competition Coupe, also made event history. The daughter of the inaugural winner of the race, Dick Hahn, became the first woman in the 51-year history of the Rose Cup to finish on the podium.

Lux, who had previously won her class at Rose Cup support races but never finished better than fourth in the main event, drove a spectacular race to overcome a substantial horsepower disadvantage. Starting fifth against the unrestricted, high-power competition, the 2003 Oregon SCCA National Driver of the Year never placed a wheel wrong during the 45-minute race. She fought her way into third-place before lap 20 when the first, full-course caution bunched the field. With such a massive power disparity, the Viper fell to fourth nearing the restart. However, the pass came while still under caution and race officials swapped the order. With the precise setup placed under her by husband/crew chief Fred Lux, the former Dodge and Mopar factory driver was able to hold-off the subsequent, unassisted assault. Lux kept third until the checkered flag fell.

Cindi Lux became the first woman in Rose Cup history to earn a podium.

Despite always downplaying her place in the progress and success of women in motorsports, the 75-time race winner is credited with several major milestones for females race drivers. Lux bettered over 150 other drivers to win the inaugural American Le Mans Series' Women's Global GT Series championship in 1999. She was named the 1999 Pro-Driver SCCA Driver-of-the-Year and was presented the Northwest Pat Piggot Memorial Award for the most outstanding driver in 1992. She also became only the second woman in history to win the prestigious SCCA June Sprints in 2004 and repeated the feat in 2006.

The Rose Cup weekend at PIR, which supports the annual Rose Festival, was the debut of Black Rock Coffee Bar into the world of motorsports marketing. By all accounts, the relationship with Lux Performance Group was a resounding success for all concerned. Black Rock Coffee Bar, a Portland-area franchise which features premium-blend coffees sold via an easy drive-thru format, embraced the event using its social media platform, eight-area locations and a concentrated on-site program to maximize its partnership with Lux. The tie-in helped bring guests to Black Rock locations across Oregon, Washington and California as well as introduced the product to hundreds of track workers and spectators at PIR.

In addition to the Dodge Viper entered for Cindi Lux, Lux Performance Group also prepared and managed the Pirelli Cup entry for driver Steve Streimer. Streimer scored his personal career best in the one-make Porsche 911 GT3 Cup series race finishing second. The success of the weekend was not only a testimony to the driver's efforts, but to Lux Performance Group's preparation of the German car and the coaching ability of Cindi Lux who has been instructing Streimer for four years.

"I don't think I could have driven my Black Rock Coffee Bar Viper Comp. Coupe any harder in this race! I asked 110% of out of the race car for 45 minutes and she held up like a champ. I cannot speak enough about the quality prep that comes from our guys on the Lux Performance team. They gave me the best race car I have driven in a long time; it was on rails. Finishing third is respectable but only gets me fired-up to climb the final two steps in future years. I am never satisfied and always pushing myself to do better. That is especially true here, in front of my hometown crowd! Having Black Rock Coffee Bar on board this weekend was pretty cool. It kept me personally 'fueled' up and ready to attack. Overall a great weekend."

About racing her home track: "Racing in my hometown is always significant to me and I really try to juggle my crazy schedule to allow me a few days off to race the Rose Cup each year. I'm really looking forward to seeing all the Portland fans at the track. I have gotten to know so many of the fans over the years of coming here it's like coming to a family reunion. This race carries so much personal importance to me. I want to go out there and do my best for my family, for Black Rock and for the city! This is going to be like a giant shot of Black Rock espresso!"

Cindi Races to Top Five Finish at Runoffs


Lexington, Ohio, September 24, 2005 - In one of the most exciting Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Touring One (T1) class events in recent memory, NayKid Racing placed its two KUMHO Tires / Woodhouse Auto Family Dodge Viper SRT10s in the top-five at the SCCA National Championship Runoffs Presented by Kohler (c).

Lux Debuting at Long Beach


Lux will be making her debut in the SPEED World Challenge GT class this year. While other female drivers have competed in the Series, none enters it with the background of Lux. She has won eleven road racing championships, earned more than 75 victories, over 150 podium finishes and nearly 50 pole positions. Among her highlights is the 1999 American Le Mans Series Women’s Global GT Championship, two SCCA June Sprints (’04,’06) titles in T1, four Northern Pacific Divisional T1 class championships in four attempts and the 2003 Oregon SCCA National Driver of the Year Award. She will pilot the No. 2 Mintex Brakes/Red Line Oil Dodge Viper Comp Coupe

Highlights


Has won twelve road racing championships
Has earned more than 75 victories
Has over 150 podium finishes
Has nearly 50 pole positions
Mopar factory driver supported driver (2008)
Dodge Motorsports factory supported team driver (2005-2017)
Four-Time SCCA NorPac T1 Class Champion (2003-2017)
Presented with the Pro-Driver SCCA Driver-of-the-Year Award in 1999, 2008
1999 American Le Mans Series Women’s Global GT Series Champion
SCCA World Challenge GT Driver (2007, 2008)
2-time Piloti Rookie of the Race Winner
2003 Oregon SCCA National Driver of the Year
Only the Second woman in history to win the June Sprints (2004, 2005)
Northwest Pat Piggot Memorial Award in 1992 for the most outstanding driver
Debut driver of the Dodge Viper Competition Coupe in the ALMS GT2 class
Lead Instructor at the Miller Motorsports Park Driving School.
Toyota Long Beach Pro/Celebrity Race Driving Instructor
BMW Performance Center & South American Programs
Dodge Viper Development Driver (Street and Motorsports)

Racing Summary

Eleven Road Racing Championships: 72 first place finishes, 44 second place finishes, 29 third place finishes, 43 pole positions

2004 - Winner of the SCCA June Sprints

2002 - 2nd place finish in GT in the Sports Car Invitational Race during the CART weekend in Portland

2001 - Drove a Ferrari in the Tribute to Le Mans at Willow Springs, California

2000 - 5th place finish in Petit Le Mans Race in a Porsche GT3R for G&W Motorsports

2000 - 3 podium finishes in the Women’s Global GT Series in American Le Mans Series. Including pole position, fastest lap and race win at Sears Point

1999 - Women's Global GT Driver's Champion in the American Le Mans Series 5 out of 6 podium finishes

Driver of G&W Motorsports 911 RSR in the 1999 Petit Le Mans Race resulting in a top 5 finish

Oval Track: 3 poles, 1 track record in a Legend Car. NASCAR Late Model Stockcars

Track Records: Las Vegas, Laguna Seca, Buttonwillow Raceway, Portland, Thunderhill, Road Atlanta and Arizona Motorsports Park

Factory Driver for Team Mitsubishi

1990 to 1993 - 2 time winner of Nelson Ledges 24-hour Endurance Race

Results

1999
ALMS- Inaugural Women’s Global GT Series Champion; 2 pole positions;
ALMS - Drove for G&W Motorsports 911 RSR at Petit Le Mans

2000
ALMS - Top-five finish at Petit Le Mans in a Porsche GT3 RS, G&W Motorsports
ALMS - 3 podium finishes in the Women’s Global GT Series - 1 pole, fastest lap (Infineon Raceway)

2001
Drove a Ferrari 348 in Tribute to Le Mans

2002
SCCA - Four pole positions, six wins and one track record driving a BMW
2nd place in GTS at the Portland Champ Car support race, Portland, Ore.

2003
SCCA T1 - NorPac Divisional Champion (3 wins, 6 Second-place finishes; 2 race records, 1 pole)
SCCA T1 - Top 5 finish at SCCA Valvoline Runoffs in T1
SCCA - Oregon SCCA National Driver of the Year Award

2004
SCCA T1 - NorPac Divisional Champion (4 wins, 6 second place finishes; 3 track records, 1 pole)
SCCA T1 - Winner June Sprints at Road America

2005
SCCA T1 - NorPac Divisional Champion (2 wins, 5 second place finishes; 1 track record, 3 poles)
SCCA T1 - Top-Five at SCCA National Runoffs

2006
SCCA T1 - NorPac Divisional Champion (6 wins, 4 second place finishes; 4 track record, 7 poles)
SCCA T1 – Winner June Sprints at Road America,
Second-place at SCCA National Runoffs

2007
SCCA World Challenge GT - 2 Piloti Rookie of the Race: Miller Motorsports Park, Laguna Seca
SCCA World Challenge GT – Best Finish: 11th (Mosport, Laguna Seca),
Best Start: 10th, Road Atl.
ALMS- First Driver to compete with a Dodge Viper Competition Coupe in GT2

2008
SCCA World Challenge GT – 8 Races, 5 Top 10 finishes, 14th in season points
SCCA World Challenge GT – Career-High Start: 3rd and Finish: 5th (Miller Motorsports Park)
SCCA World Challenge GT - Racing Electronics Holeshot Award,
Sunoco Hard Charger Award (Detroit)
Team Mopar Driver

2009
Dodge Viper Factory Development Driver
Miller Motorsports Park Lead Driving Instructor

Instructor

Chief Instructor Campbell Productions Autosports: Corporate Motorsports Training Programs and Endurance Go-Kart Racing
Porsche Driving Experience: Barber Motorsports Park, Alabama
Panoz Racing School: Texas Motor Speedway and Road Atlanta
Fast Lane Racing School: Willow Springs Racetrack
BMW Performance Center: Spartanburg, South Carolina
BMW South American Programs
Toyota Long Beach Pro/Celebrity Race
ProDrive Racing School: Portland International Raceway
SCCA and ICSCC drivers schools
High Performance / Precision Driver
Precision driving, industry training films
Guest expert appearance on television and radio shows; "Pep Talk", "Northwest Car Care Show", "The Auto Doctor" and "AM Los Angeles"
Member of National Women's Car Care Council; conduct lectures to various groups on Automotive safety and vehicle maintenance

Source: 18705 SW Alderwood Drive, Aloha, Oregon 97006

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