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 support Arman's journey over the years. Arman had a lot of fun and made many great friends along the way. Racing teaches us to challenge ourselves. Arman 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 true driver. With this sport being so expensive, a little help goes a long way.
See our South Jersey Speed TV interview on WACP Channel 4 - Episode 9 that recorded on August 22, 2018:
Arman is transitioning from racing karts to racing cars. He has sprinted forward in his professional racing career by completing Formula car race training at Lucas Oil School of Racing in April 2022.
We are asking for financial support to help Arman seek additional training necessary to complete his license requirements through track time. Arman is currently testing for a seat in a Formula 1600 and F4 cars owned by teams racing in several US summer and winter series on the east coast.
We are also seeking sponsorship opportunities and donations. Please contact us at [email redacted] to learn how you can help Arman's journey from karts to cars. All proceeds will be attributed to race vehicle leasing and race entry fees. No donation is too small. Thank you for your generosity, we appreciate your support!
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