Brady Bacon is an open wheel racing legend in the making. The Broken Arrow native is currently 2nd in United States Auto Club all time sprint car wins.
Throughout his professional career, Brady has won more than 140 feature events in open wheel competition. Bacon has won at nearly every major venue in dirt open wheel racing including Eldora, Knoxville Raceway, Williams Grove, Texas Motor Speedway, and the dirt track at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
He currently ranks 2nd on the USAC Sprint Car all time win list with 53 triumphs in the series.
4-Time USAC National Sprint Car Champion – 2014, 2016, 2020, and 2021
Winner of inaugural BC 39 Midget Race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
13 Consecutive years of at least 1 USAC Sprint Car Win
More than 5,000 merchandise sales annually
Social media influencer – 28k on X, 40k on Facebook and 20k on Instagram



Santino Ferrucci is an American professional racing driver. As of 2024, Ferrucci will race full-time in the NTT Indycar Series for AJ Foyt Racing. Santino is a 5-time Indianapolis 500 Starter – Top 10 Finish in EACH, including P3 in 2023. ​ Ferrucci’s professional career goes back to 2013, where he made his professional debut in the SBF2000 Winter Series. In the time since then, he has raced internationally in Formula 2 and Formula 3 before returning to the United States to race in IndyCar and NASCAR in 2018.


Taylor Reimer has excelled in every aspect of competition. She races against the best drivers in the world and is breaking barriers as a female athlete. Taylor has aspirational goals to be a full-time NASCAR driver in future seasons.​

She competes with Keith Kunz Motorsports, the leading midget team in the United States. She competes in the following National Midget League Series:​

Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget Series​

XTREME OutLaw Midget Series presented by Toyota ​

United States Auto Club (USAC) Midget Series sponsored by NOS Energy Drinks​

In 2024, Taylor will begin the transition to NASCAR. While continuing select Midget Races, our aspirational focus begins with up to eight races in the ARCA Menards Series.​

NASCAR’s “stars of tomorrow” are racing in this series. Its tagline is “We Build Champions.”​

Taylor graduated from the University of Oklahoma in May 2022, receiving a Degree of Bachelor of Science with High Distinction in Health and Exercise Science with a Minor in Business. Taylor was a  collegiate cheerleader as member of the Co-Ed Cheer team in 2018-2019 and was a member of the the All-Girl Cheer team from 2019-2022.  In 2021, the OU All-Girl Nationals team was the UCA College Cheer National Champion.​