The Steering Column

The Heart Of A Local Champion

There’s a new brand of legends racing to the top at the Deming Speedway this year. They aren’t just breaking track records; they are destroying the myths of self-entitlement and selfishness that too often slows down our youth. These young drivers are amped with the spirit of service that keeps them in the lead and mytrafficman.net is proud to sponsor them on and off the track. Tristin Thomas, at 17, drives the MYTRAFFICMAN.NET #95 in the Northwest Focus Midget Series, but off the track, last year, he committed his time to our driver safety presentation at all of the driver safety presentations at all of the Driver’s Education programs in Whatcom County, including BAL DRIVING SCHOOL in Bellingham and Mount Vernon. And young Haley Constance who’s powering through the stereotypes of a male dominated race world stops to give her sister Brooklyn some support after her race. Hayley is competing to win her first Junior Sprint Championship this year, and her leadership off the track has propelled her to the front of the line in sprint car racing. If she’s not in school or racing, then you’ll find her right beside one of her friends supporting them through the race. Her dad Joe Constance, owns Joe’s Racing Products, and designs race equipment used by NASCAR, and he too sponsors so many of the young drivers at local tracks as well. It’s a privilege to work side by side with Joe’s Racing and Thomas Motorsports to help young drivers achieve their goals and stay focused on safe and positive relationships as they develop into local champions. If you haven’t been out to a race this year, then drive out any Friday this summer to the Deming Speedway and cheer Haley on to her Jr. Sprint championship or watch Tristin Thomas set another fast time lap at over 100mph! Have a safe rest of your summer, and don’t forget to look us up if you need help off the track for DUI, DEFENSE or Auto-Injury Claims: 360-734-0908.

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