Supporting The Goodtimes Project's annual Drive-A-Thon at The Ridge Motorsports track in Shelton, Wash., was an honor, a thrill, and a humbling privilege. Sean and Wyatt were proud to rep RPM Northwest in their signature green racers. Amped to support this foundation again next year.
The Great American Stockcar Series brought our favorite green stockcar up to premier racing shape. With a few tweaks to the engine and a few exta burgers in Sean to make weight, No. 87 finished 9th overall in the 410 class.
The Beast, repping the only 28s out there with customization by FiveRTrucks and RPM Northwest, brought home some bling including Best in Show at Cowlitz County's annual Outlaw Truck Meet. Driven, presented, and made more badass by premier wrench and driver Wyatt Coiteux.
No. 87 takes on Thunderhill Raceway in sunny Willows, Calif., one of our favorite tracks the world over. Stunning views, premier track conditions, and killer competition.
Sonoma welcomes us every year with pristine tracks and incredible fan support.
Sean joined the 200+ mph Club only his second time around, bringing his GT500 in at 220.3 mph. His son, Wyatt, pulled 167.6 his first time out ... not too shabby for a 16-year-old burgeoning racer. The Texas Mile is brilliantly run and well attended, and a family favorite for sure.
16-year-old Wyatt smokes seasoned racers by pulling in at 167.6 his very first (surprise for him!) shot at Texas Mile 2018. (Dad hung out at 220.3)
This cherry GT350 came to us through a loving quest to fill out our Mustang Family. We had the boss and the GT500; that rare white with blue-striped 350 eluded us for so long though. A private collector in San Jose made our dreams come true. Love from RPM Northwest in Ridgefield, bringing the finest Shelby Mustang in Ridgefield