The 2015 season has been one of preparation and learning. Taking in as much information as we can to make sure we send the car down the track safely and gathering all the necessary tools to set up our team for racing. We are so lucky to have so many different people willing to help in any way to get us going. A couple of years ago I made the decision that I wanted to license in my car. I knew we weren't going to go racing if we didn't build our own car and I also knew I didn't want to license in anything but the car I built with my own hands. Making this decision may slow down the process with a new car, new team and new driver but I wouldn't have it any other way. I am so proud of how far the team has made it by putting in time on weeknights after full work days and on the weekends. With determination like that I know we can go these last few feet to get onto the race track. We have been learning a lot about the car in just starting it up these past few months but it's time for us to continue making progress at the track. I'm really looking forward to the first time I hit the throttle but we will continue going one step at a time by starting with shorter passes. Every person on the team has a lot of pride in the car because they know what it started as. Building a race team is a long process and at 13 years old when this big dream started I didn't know if, how or when I would get to this point, but I'm so thankful I have. My dream is finally coming true. Keep working, yours can too.