Fisher Racing Engines on the top step in SoCal

2019 WinterNationals race report.

AJ Myers
AJ Myers. Photo: Focal Perspective Media

Fisher Racing Engines found great success at the twenty nineteen Superkarts!USA Winter Nationals despite trying times for the Fisher Family.

Just a few days prior to the start of the twenty nineteen SKUSA Pro Tour season, Brian Fisher’s father suffered a major stroke, causing Brian to cancel his trip to Fontana, CA at the last minute. With the support of great customers and friends, the Fisher Racing Engines program was still able to capture great results on the weekend, collecting five victories and two top five finishes across the two day event.

With the help of Josh Lane and Sean Owens, (Crosslink/KIWI Motorsports) all of the Fisher Racing Engines were delivered to their clients on Wednesday, giving them the opportunity to hit the track for unofficial practice first thing Thursday morning. Utilizing video conferencing from Virginia to discuss tuning, Brian was able to help ensure that the drivers were getting the most out of their engine packages, especially with the tricky weather conditions not common to the SoCal region.

Jordan Musser P1/P1
Brett Harrelson P1/P1
AJ Myers P2/P1
Michael Ilavia _/P2
Mark Synder _/P5

Proven performance, dedicated support, and a winning formula for all of your karting powerplant needs. Contact Fisher Racing Engines at [email protected]

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