Bob grew up in Edmonton, Canada, and immigrated to the United States in 1994. It was right around that time that he picked up a liking for racecars. Bob dove right into the deep end buying a Mazda RX-7 and racing it in the SCCA. Bob then drove in the SCCA World Challenge series from 2002 to 2005. He then spent two seasons running Spec Miata in 2006 and 2007, where he won two conference championships. Bob then finished off his pro racing career in Trans-Am TA2. He ran there from 2011 to 2014 and won two titles along the way. Since 2018, Bob has been amateur endurance racing with his sons.
Chris comes from the world of karting where he has been since the 90s. Chris has been dedicated to helping the youngest generation of drivers develop into great racers and people. He has managed karting teams and tracks in the past and has found success wherever he went. Chris now wants to help the next generation of young drivers get started in car racing through Spec Miata. If attending a motorsports event in DFW, Spec Miata or not, chances are Chris will be there helping in one way or another!
Logan began karting at the age of 5. He spent all of his childhood traveling the country competing at regional and national level karting races. At 14, Logan made the move to car racing in the World Racing League. After a few race wins and podiums in WRL, Logan started racing in Spec Miata in the SCCA in 2020. In 2021, Logan completed his first full season of Spec Miata, where he finished 2nd in the conference points standings. Additionally, Logan finished in the top 15 of the SCCA Hoosier Super Tour Standings and finished in the top 20 of his first SCCA Runoffs.
Similarly to his brother Logan, Matt began karting at a very young age. He and Logan traveled the country racing go-karts in different classes. Matt won the 2016 Texas Pro Kart Challenge in the X30 Junior category. The next year, Matt began his car racing career at 16 years old. He ran with Logan and Bob Stretch in WRL until 2020, when he also made the change to Spec Miata. Matt is yet to complete his first full season of Spec Miata racing. However, Matt has won multiple races in the National Auto Sport Association and has always shown his competitiveness in the car. In 2022, Matt was a strong contender for the NASA regional title until a medical condition sidelined him. We are all looking forward to having Matt back at the track with us soon!
Luke attended the same high school as drivers Logan and Matt. He always had an interest in cars and has been working on his own road cars since he began driving. Luke joined the team in 2021 as a mechanic and has been with us ever since. Luke is a student at the University of Texas at Arlington where he studies engineering. Under the team’s guidance and with the education he is receiving at UTA, Luke has proven to be a fantastic addition to our team!
Wren first joined our team in 2019 as a mechanic. His first event was the Lifeline 24-Hour classic at Virginia International Raceway and he was only a sophomore in high school. Wren joined us having hardly any knowledge of how to operate an impact gun, but he has learned a lot in his 3 years with the team. Working with Chris and Luke in the shop, Wren is gaining experience every day on what it takes to be successful. He hopes to utilize this experience for a future in motorsport.