Timmy Tyrrell Racing is pleased to announce that Mini Tyrrell will be driving an R&S Race Car in the CARS Tour race at Langley Speedway on Saturday, June 5. Thank you to Marcus Richmond, Stephen Dunn, and Justin Johnson and his race team for going the extra mile to ensure the #81 car is ready.
A special thank you to our longtime engine builder Rayvon Clark -- we truly couldn't do this without you and appreciate your support over the years. And, of course, we owe a debt of gratitude to crew chief Brandon Butler and car chief Dan Givens for ensuring all of the elements came together in time for the race at Langley.
Mini, 16, captured Rookie of the Year honors on the CARS Tour in 2019. He's accumulated 4 top-5 finishes and 11 top-10 finishes in his CARS Tour career. He became the youngest driver in series history to complete 3,000 laps.
Mini previously won two Late Model track championships at Shenandoah Speedway in Virginia, and remains the youngest in the world to win a Late Model race when he took the checkered flag at Shenandoah Speedway at the age of 10.
Mini and the #81 team are thankful for support from Mini T's Fastest Grease In The East, Quaker State, Solid Rock Carriers, Absolutely Amish Structures, and BDL Motorsports.
About R&S Race Cars: R&S Race Cars was founded in late 2019 by Marcus Richmond and Steve Stallings and is a leading Late Model chassis manufacturer and developer of other racing components.