A picture is worth a thousand words—and for Arman Major—his invitation to sit in a formula car in the paddock sparked a dream that has now become a reality.
Arman showed interest in going fast at an early age. His first venture into racing occurred at Summit Point Raceway. He impressed his instructors after lapping older rookie drivers during the finals and earning his Summit Point Kart competitive driver’s license at age 5.
At 14 years old, Arman has logged hundreds of hours of track time and continues to extend his ten years of racing success. He has competed with the best karters in his age group from America's heartland to the Nation's Capital while competing in World Karting Association, BWI Karting Series, GoPro Motorplex Karting Challenge, and the F-Series GearUp racing events.
We want to thank all our supporters who donated to support Arman's journey. Arman had a lot of fun and made many great friends over the years. Racing teaches us to challenge our perceived limits and dare to be great. The warrior state of mind necessary on the track has helped him scholastically; he is an honor roll student with an inquisitive spirit. He is as cool as ice but able to push beyond perceived limits, making him unafraid to explore his potential. Arman is a natural achiever who has matured into a proper driver. We hope many people are willing to help a positive, deserving young man achieve his dream of success in motorsports. With this sport being so expensive, a little help goes a long way.
See Arman's TV interview on August 22, 2018:
Arman has begun transitioning from racing karts to racing cars. He has received instruction from former formula car racers at Lucas Oil School of Racing in Sebring, Florida. He quickly impressed instructors with his race craft, who complimented him by mentioning that he has the speed necessary to excel at the highest levels of competitive auto racing.
Here is where we need your help! We are fundraising to support Arman's plight to earn a full competition license from the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) and the National Auto Sport Association (NASA). Arman must be able to participate in NASA High-Performance Development Education (HPDE) track sessions and log three incident-free races. He will receive high-speed driving techniques from experienced instructors. To do so, he must have a fully prepped race car to participate in these events and obtain his license.
Thank you for your generosity; we appreciate your support! No donation is too small. All proceeds will be attributed to preparing his race vehicle for the 2023 racing season. Don't hesitate to get in touch with us at [email redacted] to learn how you can help Arman's journey from karts to cars.
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