A picture is worth a thousand words—and for Arman Major—one picture sparked a dream that has now become a reality. Shortly after attending the 2012 inaugural IndyCar and American Le Mans Series race, Arman was invited to have his picture taken in a star Mazda IndyCar resting in the paddock area at the Baltimore Grand Prix. That same picture can now be found 3 years later posted in his trophy cabinet.
We would like to thank all of our supporters that donated to Arman during the 2015 season. Arman had a lot of fun and met many great people along the way. Racing teaches us to challenge ourselves. Arman learned to push beyond his potential once realizing that whatever he believes is what he receives. This jewel of knowledge helped to increase his competitive intensity and further developed his focus. These principles lay the foundation for accomplishing great things in life.
See our South Jersey Speed TV interview on WACP Channel 4 - Episode 9 that occured on August 22, 2018:
We are truly blessed to have such an opportunity to race for Team Fullerton. Looking forward to 2019, our mission is to build upon last year’s successes by honing our collective talent on and off the track. We chose to combine the highly popular IAME Mini Swift power plant with his Fullerton TF2 cadet kart to compete in WKA’s Mini Swift class. The Mini Swift engine package introduces racers aged from 8 to 12 to TAG (Touch and Go) racing by providing them with the capability to start and stop their engine using buttons mounted on their steering wheel.
After racing for several years one thing has become apparent to me; racing is very expensive. I appreciate any support a company can provide in way of free products for my personal usage and/or promotional giveaways at the racetrack. Additionally, racing is very hard on equipment. During a race season, in one weekend, our equipment is worked as hard as about a years’ worth of regular fun kart driving. Continued support is greatly appreciated.
As a privateer - each set of tires cost $225 and motor blueprinting can cost anywhere in the range of $1200 plus all racing parts (clutches, chains, gears, bearings). This is an additional $4000 to $7000 on top of racing costs, such as entry fees, hospitality, transport vehicle maintenance, and traveling expenses.
We are seeking sponsorship opportunities and donations. Please contact us at [email redacted] to learn how you can sponsor Arman. All proceeds will be attributed to traveling expenses, parts, tires, engine work, and entry fees. No donation is too small. Thank you for your generosity, we appreciate your support!
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