Race Liberante

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Race Liberante, No. 34, Driver

Bio: In racing, some have talent. Some have the name. Race has been blessed with both. Race Liberante is a professional racecar driver from Southern California. He is often seen at blazing speeds around the track in his signature orange and black number 34 racecar.

Race's passion for driving racecars began when he was born where his parents named him after the popular Speed Racer cartoon.

At twenty-years old, Race Liberante is a formidable opponent. In 1999, Race began his driving career at the age of four in the Kid Kart Class. By age seven, Race won his first championship, while advancing into the Cadet Classes at eight-years old, the Junior Classes at age twelve, and the Senior Classes at fourteen. He found continued success with multiple Karting Championships at every level.

Race has dedicated himself to well over 10,000 laps around numerous racetracks across the West Coast. Race is also a racecar fabricator and crew chief, which has allowed him to better understand the characteristics of a racecar.

In 2008, he took ownership of his first race car. Race advanced into The Legend Car Class and eventually into the ASA Trucks in 2009, 2010 and 2011, while continuing to test formula cars and racing karts. In 2011, at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale, he finished third in the Lucas Oil Slick Mist Super Late Model Championship and was unanimously voted as "Rookie of the Year."

In 2012, Race began sharing his passion for the sport by becoming a highly sought after Racing Coach and Driving Instructor. He, however, continues his first passion, where In December 2012, he competed in his first Super Late Model race on a Road Course at Willow Springs International Raceway and qualified in first place, setting a New Track Record for the class and finished second overall.

In 2013, Race won the Winter Classic Championship, setting another track record. In 2014, Race took the pole position in both the car and truck series in the Winter Classic at Willow Springs. He took first place in the truck series. Race is continuing the pursuit of his dream of racing for a Cup Series team in NASCAR and seeking sponsorship partners. In 2015, Race won the Winter Classic Championship again. Race has set the pole in and won many other races.

Race wants to be the first racecar driver ever to win the Indy 500 and Coca-Cola 600 in the same weekend.

Born: October 14, 1994

Awards & Victories: • 2001 Stars of Karting Kid Kart Champion • 2001 Gold Coast Karters Champion • 2004 Willow Springs Kart Club Champion • 2005 Gatorz Rotax Mini Max Champion • 2005 WKA 2nd in points (three different divisions) • 2006 Gatorz Rotax JR. Max Champion • 2007 Pro Kart Challenge S5 Champion • 2007 SKUSA Supernationals Podium (S5) • 2008-2010 Legend Car and ASA Speed Truck Victories • 2011 Irwindale Event Center Rookie of the Year Award • 2011 3rd in Points at Irwindale Event Center • Multiple Track Records held at Willow Springs International Raceway (three different divisions) • 2013 Kern County Raceway Top 5 in Points – Pro Late Model Division • 2013 SWS Winter Classic Champion • 2014 2nd in Points at Toyota SWS Truck Series (with two new track records; beat own records) • 2014 Truck Series Winter Classic Victory • 2015 Winter Classic Championship

Hobbies: Race loves competing in other sports and activities in his spare time. Such as: dirt bike riding, snowboarding, skating, long boarding, surfing, swimming, and working out.

Follow Race on Twitter @RaceLiberante.

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