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VIRAL IMPACT: Treyten Lapcevich
Treyten Lapcevich was prepared and eager to embark on a new chapter in his racing career before the COVID-19 pandemic put those plans on hold.
Viral Impact: Jimmy McCune
While life has shifted dramatically for much of the racing world amid the COVID-19 pandemic, for five-time Must See Racing Sprint Car Series presented by Engine Pro champion Jimmy McCune, not much has changed.
VIRAL IMPACT: Stratton Briggs
Stratton Briggs is part of the blue-collar, working-class segment of the motorsports industry that has been affected in a big way by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Viral Impact: Mason Diaz
For 19-year-old Mason Diaz, the life changes he’s had to make as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic have resembled a small step back in time.
A Pair Of Ruapuna
By the end of April, Buddy Kofoid would have been seven races into his rookie campaign with the USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget Series.
Michael Self Has Phoenix
ARCA Menards Series championship leader Michael Self should be preparing for the third race of the season at Indiana’s Salem Speedway.
Patrick Staropoli is hoping to take home a $10,000 victory this weekend at Citrus County Speedway during the Full Throttle 100. (Photo Courtesy of Patrick Staropoli)
Part-time late model racer Patrick Staropoli doesn’t have a front row seat for the COVID-19 pandemic, but he knows a lot of people who do.
VIRAL IMPACT: Kaden Honeycutt
Kaden Honeycutt is trying to stay focused on all the positives he can find amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak that has stopped virtually all sports across the globe.
VIRAL IMPACT: Rafe Slate
While many drivers his age have had to deal with heading back home from college amid the global coronavirus pandemic, 18-year-old Rafe Slate has been able to largely keep to his daily routine.
The No. 3 Ford of Willie Mullins sits beside the modified of Peyton Ferree during a recent test day at Dominion Raceway. (Dinah Mullins Photo)
Part-time ARCA racer Willie Mullins and his wife, Dinah, are small business owners, and they are among those most concerned about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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