Although there is rule book debates going on, there has also been some news revealed as to what drivers are planning to do this season. So here are some competitors who have openly discussed their 2020 plans as of January 16, 2020.
Sometimes when you stick a microphone in front of a driver’s face, you have no clue what they may say and a couple of times you’ll hear something that surprises you or gives you a bit of a perspective.
After taking on a new build through the winter, Scott Schueleter experienced in his own words, an up and down season, in 2019.
Behind the wheel of a mini stock for the second season, Andrea Parsons felt that she stepped up her game compared to her rookie campaign.
From the first green flag of the season to the last checkered flag flown, it was certainly an exciting year for the Kid Stocks at Full Throttle Motor Speedway, with lots of battles back and forth on a weekly basis.
In an effort to get more youngsters racing, Full Throttle Motor Speedway introduced the Kid Stock class at their track on a weekly basis. With young drivers behind the wheel of mini stocks, it proved to be successful with a lot of emerging stars. One of those was Brian Wilson Jr.
Brian Wilson put together one of the strongest championship campaigns in history at Full Throttle Motor Speedway, but the season did not start out that way. Instead, he had only initially planned on running a partial schedule.