“Ever since the Duel in the Desert in November our minds have been focused on the 2012 season. This trip will give us the opportunity to start our season off a little earlier and get one more race under our belt”, said David Peterson.
Pahrump Valley Speedway will be the 24th different track for Joe Miller. Joe said, “I have been fortunate to have been able to go to as many tracks as I have over the past 15 or so years. Each one has been very different and difficult to figure out.” That is what keeps all racers going to the next track, the challenge of trying to get your car to handle right for whatever the track can throw at you.
“After putting the new car together, this will be a great opportunity to shake it down and see where we need to improve”, said David Breaux. David has a 209 Harris Chassis that he stripped down and re-built over the busy winter. After having a great year last year in an older car, he is looking to take the new car and look to be a top contender once again this year.
The trio will be competing for the IMCA Modified Track Championship at Millard County Raceway this season and it will not come easy. With a schedule that will attract non-regular racers, it will be the racer that is the most patient and consistent throughout the year.