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Home town: Carrying Place, ON
Birthdate: 22
Family: Mom, Jordan; Dad, Bill; and boyfriend, Dan
Car info: 1987 Monte Carlo SS, 350-ci crate motor, Pro 2008 Ski-Doo MXZX-600 RS,
Primary sponsor: Lucas Oil Products (Canada) Co.
Secondary sponsor: Ten Star Weese Insurance, McDougall Insurance, Burr Insurance, Hamilton Smith, Moira River Foods, A&W, Comfort Inn (Barrie), Comfort Hotel & Suites (Peterborough), Holiday Inn (Peterborough Waterfront), Holiday Inn (Kitchener), and Holiday Inn Express (North Bay).
Occupation: Program Coordinator, Heart & Stroke Foundation
Home Track: Brighton Speedway


Years Racing: Stock cars, 7 years; Snowcross, 3 years

Most Memorable Racing Moment: Winning the 2004 Comp 4 Championship and almost winning it again in 2007. Their 2007 season was incredible, running 2 cars in 2 divisions every night for an entire season. Their Comp 4 car finished 2nd overall (after being put in the wall in the chase for the championship), and their pro stock car finished 6th overall with several wins. Most said racing two cars couldn’t be done, but that was motivation enough to prove to themselves they could do it, and do it well!

2008 Season's Rear-View Mirror Reflection:

¦Stock Cars... It proved to be another successful season for the team who competed in 4 separate points series across Ontario and Quebec, ending them with a 2nd, 3rd, and 4th overall. Caley was the only female driver competing in these races.

¦Snowcross... Their 2008/2009 CSRA Snowcross season ran from December to April, with 9 events in total. Caley raced throughout Ontario with both Sport and Pro Women for the first time, and though it made for a steep learning curve, it was an overall success. With the purchase of a new sled, it gave Weese Racing the edge it needed in the CSRA circuit.

2009 Outlook:

¦Stock Cars... They will continue to compete in these 4-points systems, striving for top 5 finishes across the board, being only one short in 2008. They also hope that their driver and set-up combination will provide them with a competitive car, and hopefully another championship.

¦Snowcross... The 2009/2010 season will bring another new sled to the Weese Racing team. Caley will continue to race in the Sport and Pro Women classes in an effort to win a Canadian championship.

Series: Comp-4, and Sport Women and Pro Women Divisions, CSRA Snowcross



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