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Tom Dyer

Tom Dyer is a second-generation race car driver with a natural talent that began while growing up around racetracks throughout North America. Racing is in his bloodlines that has been passed down from his father, Buzz, who raced professionally from the 60’s through the early 90’s.

Tom’s own professional career started with go-karts where he accumulated many wins, set numerous track records, and won multiple class championships. After making the move to cars, he carried on that winning tradition when he added both open-wheel and stock car race wins and championships to his resume.

Tom has dedicated himself to becoming a professional in motorsports that has proven to be his passion and driving force in his life. When not at the track, Tom can often be seen giving back to the sport through coaching and helping others enjoy what he loves so much. His activities outside racing include; bicycling, basketball, and motorcycles. He centers his life by being both spiritually and physically active in anything that supports his well being and of those around him.

2010:
July - NASCAR K&N West Pro Series - Portland International Raceway - Portland, OR
June - NASCAR K&N West Pro Series - Infineon Raceway - Sonoma, CA
May - Kart Race Winner - Sonoma, CA

2009:
November - SKUSA SuperNationals 13 Kart Race/Winner - Las Vegas, NV
September - SKUSA North Series Kart Race/Winner - Sonoma, CA
June - SKUSA North Series Kart Race/Winner - Sonoma, CA

2008:
September - Indy Lights Oval Race Debut - Chicagoland Speedway - Joliet, IL
August - Indy Lights Series debut - Infineon Raceway - Sonoma, CA
July - Indy Lights Rookie Test completion - Kentucky Speedway - Sparta, KY
July - NASCAR Late Model Series - Altamont Speedway - Altamont, CA
April - Kart Race Winner—Infineon Raceway

2007:
November - Race winner SKUSA SuperNationals 10, National Championship event (S3 Class) – Las Vegas, NV
November - Third place USAC Ford Focus Midget California Pavement series championship
June - Race winner USAC Focus Midget – Altamont Raceway Park – Altamont, CA
June - Race winner 3rd annual Kart Sport Karting Grand Prix of Sonoma – Stock Honda class
June - NASCAR Grand National West Series race - Infineon Raceway - Sonoma , CA
May - Race winner USAC Focus midget (First series race win) – All American Speedway - Roseville, CA
April - Qualified on pole for first Focus midget race Havasu, AZ – 4th place finish main event
March - Signed to compete in the USAC Ford Focus Midget California pavement series.

2006:
June - NASCAR Grand National West Series race: Infineon Raceway - Sonoma, CA
February - Signed as driving coach/tuner for Wunder-Bar Racing national kart racing team.
December - Signed as full time driver coach for Patrick O’Neill/ O’Neill Racing team.

2005:
November - NASCAR Southwest Tour Series: Phoenix International Raceway - Phoenix, AZ
July - NASCAR Southwest Tour Series: Irwindale Speedway - Irwindale, CA
June - NASCAR Southwest Tour Series - Race winner: Blue Lizard Australian Sun Cream 200: Infineon Raceway - Sonoma, CA
May - July - Competed in Copa Mexico Championship Shifter Kart race series. Raced three times with three wins: Morelia, Acapulco, Puebla Mexico.

2004:
November - NASCAR Southwest Tour Series oval debut: Phoenix International Raceway - Sonoma, CA
July - Stars of Karting National Race event race winner: Infineon Raceway - Sonoma, CA
June - NASCAR Southwest Tour Series debut: Infineon Raceway - Sonoma, CA
May - NASCAR Weekly Late Model Series: Concord Motorsports Park - Concord, NC
April - NASCAR Weekly Late Model Series: Concord Motorsports Park - Concord, NC

2002:
Raced in the US Formula Ford Zetec National Championship Series with John Walko Racing. Season was cut short due to lack of funding to finish the season.
May - US Formula Ford Zetec National Championship - Race winner: “Budweiser Night Before the 500”: IRP/Indianapolis Raceway Park - Indianapolis, IN
March - Signed with JWR to compete in the U.S. Formula Ford Zetec National Championship series.

2001:
Raced in the USF2000 Formula Ford series with A.I.M Autosport. Received the series “Rising Star of the Year” award for 2001.

2000:
Signed with car constructor Carbir Motorsports to race in the USF2000 Formula Ford series winning the ACC championship with six wins.
Invited and selected to participate in the prestigious Valvoline Team USA Scholarship program in England.


Official Website:
http://www.tomdyer.com/