Rossini powered drivers in the NASA organization had a fantastic year in 2019. Not only did our drivers finish 1st, 2nd and 4th in the NASA SE Spec Miata Championships, but 8 of our drivers finished in the top ten positions at the end of the 2019 Championship year in the NASA Mid Atlantic championships.
Young Zach Rubin had a breakout year, clinching the Championship! HE wasn’t always the fastest guy, but was definitely one of the most consistent, and while he only won one race, he was contesting at the front in every session. Congrats Zach, we are expecting big things from you next year.
All around nice guy, Xavier Calderon showed his speed throughout the season, competed in 6 events and while he never won a race he was always within striking distance of the leaders. Xavier finished 2nd
Adam Molaver, a multi-time NASA Mid Atlantic Champion, came out to play only 5 times during the season, always revealing his real speed, but his 5 race wins and 100% podium record only gave him enough points to finish 3rd.
Andrew Galgoyen finished 5th, and with one race win, Mid-Atlantic Spec Miata series director Aaron Johnson finished 5th in the Championship . Glenn Evans finished 6th and up and coming young gun Robert Nash III finished 7th. William Cox finished 9th and Kim Markham finished a very respectable 10th.
We are already looking forward to a great year of racing in the NASA Mid Atlantic region in Twenty Twenty!
By admin | December 23 ,2019 | Categories: 2019 | Tags: , Aaron Johnson, Glenn Evans, NASA Mid Atlantic, NASA Mid Atlantic Champion, Robert Nash III, Rossini Racing Engines, Spec Miata, Spec Miata Engines, Xavier Calderon, Zach Rubin