Alex grew up racing NASCAR toy cars in his parent’s living room dreaming of being a race car driver. He started racing go karts at the age of 10 and raced karts across the country on a national tour for many years. At the age of 16 Alex moved up to a micro sprint and to this day races at several local tracks and on a national level. He also became the soul owner of his race team at the age of 19 and built a new race car on determination, heart, and a passion to race. He spends a lot of his time traveling to races with his buddies to offer his help and learn as much as possible about micro sprints, midgets, and sprint cars. He loves this sport and is always willing to help other drivers in need.
Steering is one of the most important components of racing. Learn some tips on how to maintain the rack and pinion steering setup and how often the steering box should be serviced to prevent steering from locking up.
Learn a clean and simple process for flushing brake fluid from a micro sprint brake system and why it is important for top performance. Read tips on how to flush the water system, motor oil, fuel, and brake fluid.
The benefit of using adjustable shocks and why the CSI cockpit shock adjuster assembly is the most precise on the market. Find out more on how this product works and why it's important to fine tune your shocks at the track.