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#33 Kyle Harris
   Kyle Harris is entering his sophomore year of sprint car racing in 2010. The son of Racing for the Troops team owner Steve Harris, Kyle began racing quarter midgets in 1999 and garnered numerous wins in the division as well as championships.

   After breaking his share of track records, he advanced into 600's in 2005 and just one year later captured two championships in two different divisions at Cora Speedway in Dixon. In 2007 and 2008 Kyle took a break from racing to focus on football at Delta High School in Clarksburg where he was an All City Fullback and Linebacker.

   In 2009 Kyle started his sprint car racing career aboard the Racing for the Troops #33 sprint car. Competing in the weekly series at Silver Dollar Speedway, Kyle was runner up to the Rookie of the Year award with an 8th place finish in the standings. In 2010 he will travel to multiple tracks looking for his first career victory in a sprint car.

#26 Bobby McMahan
   In 2009 Elk Grove's Bobby McMahan returned to the seat of a sprint car in fulltime fashion and drove the team's Racing for the Troops #26 Maxim Sprint Car to the Silver Dollar Speedway track championship in. In addition to his most recent title, McMahan has a long list of accolades during his open wheel racing career that began in quarter-midgets in 1972.

   McMahan is a former Northern Auto Racing Club Speedweek Champion. He placed in the top ten each season with the club from 1986 until 1998. In 1996 McMahan won the inaugural USAC Western States Sprint Car feature Madera Speedway. He has multiple victories in winged sprint cars on both dirt and asphalt as well in several prestigious venues including USAC, the Golden State Challenge, NARC, the Civil War sprint car series and numerous local tracks.

    In 2010 Bobby McMahan will lead the team on a "California Outlaw" schedule as they will race at multiple venues throughout the year in California, Nevada and the Pacific Northwest.

#51 Sean Becker
   Sean Becker is one of California's most successful young sprint car drivers. The second generation driver began his open-wheel racing career in outlaw karts at in the popular Red Bluff Series, a venue which he still frequents today to continue to hone his skills over the winter months. Becker has captured the last two Civil War Sprint Car Series' titles and has won some of the area's largest races including the $5000 to win Mark Forni Classic, the Pacific Sprint Fall Nationals and the Pacific Sprint Cup.

   A former Silver Dollar Speedway and Golden State Challenge Series champion, Becker will pilot the Racing for the Troops-Brian Sperry #51 car in select events for 2010. The "Shark" and the #51 sprint car are sure to be a familiar site at Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico on Friday nights.

Sean McMahan
   In 2010, Sean McMahan is expected to begin his sprint car racing career as the newest member of the Racing for the Troops team. At 16 years of age, Sean is following in his father's footsteps and will make his sprint car racing debut in 2010. He began racing in 1999 and has won over 100 feature wins and 4 championships in quarter midgets between 99 and 06.

   Just like Bobby, Sean is a 2 time winner of the prestigious Pacific Coast indoor quarter midget race held in Vallejo, California. He began racing 600 Micro Sprints in 2006 and won 6 features in his rookie year. In 2007 he moved up to the Multi division of the 600's and has won 4 features to date. He has raced a variety of cars ranging from quarter midgets, 600 micro sprints(winged and non winged) , outlaw carts and mini cup cars.


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