During my 8 years in the racing industry, I have earned a reputation for being a hard, fast paced, easily teachable worker with an extreme desire to be the best at everything I do.
Hang bodies to conform to NASCAR specifications, while also pushing gray areas to increase performance. TIG Welded various suspension points with no failures. Designed and executed a chassis jig to begin designing and repairing front and rear clips. Adapted the mentality for consistently searching for new ways to make parts and pieces lighter, without sacrificing strength or performance. Do all aspects of the fabrication process: chassis work, body hanging, finish fab, etc.
Build Splitter bars. Patch Bodies. Add body mounts. Cut inner and outer Crush Panels. Make side skirts and exhaust skirts. Mount front nose. Assemble front noses with splitter bars and bumper bars. Cut front, rear, and quarter windows. Rolled door tops and quarter panel tops from sheet metal blanks. Made side, and lower quarter blanks.
Maintained suspension parts. Built crush panels and interior sheet metal. Mounted bodies. Welded chassis and body mounts on new chassis. Became the #2 latemodel builder in the country with just 3 employees.
Programs Completed include; Fabrication, Welding, Chassis Setup, Engine Building, Machine Tool, Electrical Systems, Carbon Fiber, Transmission and Rear Gear. Internships include; Richard Petty Driving Experience, Skip Barber Racing School, Pratt & Miller Corvette Racing
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