Race Face NEXT Drivers

Race Face Next Drivers are drivers that are serious about competing in the motorsports industry and developing an everlasting brand. Our relationship is based on the understanding that a good brand is key in growing your fan base and getting quality marketing partners.

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Bryce Bezanson

LATE MODELS
Back in early 2014, our family was introduced to the wonderful world of quarter midget racing. It’s a nationwide sport but we found it right here in our area (Monroe, WA), and it is for children ages 5-16. After years of trying different sports and activities for Bryce, we finally found his home. Racing is something he seems born to do and loves. It has been an incredible journey for him. He has been able to grow in his personal confidence, while learning valuable lessons on sportsmanship, handling adversity and self-discipline.
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Colby Sokol

2017 USAC .25 MIDGET NATIONAL CHAMPION
2019 600 MICRO SPRINTS
Colby Sokol is a 12 years old 1/4 Midget racer from Falcon, CO. Colby is one part of the well known "Red Army" that includes his younger brother Justis Sokol. Colby was the 2017 USAC National Champion and a five-time Grand National winner. The future is very bright for this ambitious young racer as he has his sights set on a NASCAR career. Make sure to visit the Fan Zone and stay connected with Colby throughout the 2019 season.
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Cassidy Hinds

USAC and QMA .25 MIDGETS, 600 MICRO SPRINTS
Cassidy became a National Champion in Modified World Formula at the 2018 Western Grands in Livermore, CA. She also set 2 track records in Livermore, CA, one in Hvy Animal and one in Modified World Formula. Cassidy is trying new things this year when it comes to racing. She is starting to drive on dirt and just like asphalt/concrete driving, it comes completely natural to her. Cassidy strives to be the best on the track and off. She is doubling up on her sciences this year by taking Honors Biology, Astronomy and Zoology, so she can take Physics and Chemistry her Junior and Senior years of high school. She continues to be a voice for her school in student council.
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Justis Sokol

2018 USAC .25 MIDGET NATIONAL CHAMPION
2019 600 MICRO SPRINTS & JR. SPRINTS
Justis Sokol is a 10 years old 1/4 Midget racer from Falcon, CO. Justis is one part of the well known "Red Army" that includes his older brother Colby Sokol. Colby placed second in the 2017 USAC National Champion and stood on the podium 10 times at USAC National events since 2015. The future is very bright for this ambitious young racer as he has his sights set on a NASCAR career. Make sure to visit the Fan Zone and stay connected with Justis throughout the 2019 season.
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Jake Bollman

51 FIFTY Jr. Late Model Series
Jake Bollman is an 11-year-old racer who found his passion for driving at the young age of 3 when he was given a go-kart for his birthday. In 2016, he started racing competitively in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series in the J-1 and J-2 Kart classes and had several wins in both classes. Jake then won the 2018 championship in the J-1 class. In 2018, he also began racing a Bandolero and quickly won the championship at Orange Show Speedway. In 2019, Jake will be racing Jr. Late Models at Madera Speedway for Naake-Klauer Motorsports. In addition, he will begin racing a Legend Car and a Mod Kart in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing series. Keep your eye on this talented young racer!
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Grant Thompson

Southern Pro-AM Truck Series
Grant Thompson is a thirteen-year-old race car driver from Mobile, Alabama. Grant became the youngest Driver in History to win a Heat Race and a Feature Race on the same night at Mobile International Speedway at the age of Thirteen. He also captured Rookie of the Year honors in the Pro-AM Truck Series in 2018. Grant won numerous championships in Bandoleros between 2013 and 2017. In 2019 Grant is competing in the Southern Pro-Am Truck Series throughout the Southeast.
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William Cox

INEX Legend Series, Spec Miata Series, Formula 4
William Cox is a 14-year-old racer who races in the Spec Miata, US Legends and Formula 4 Series. He got his start in karting in late 2017 and has since then raced various club races and many national and international races. He has raced over 60 races in just over 18 months. He has qualified on the pole over 5 times and has been on the podium 7 times. In 2019 William made the transition from Karts to cars. He competed in his first Spec Miata race during Hyperfest at Virginia International Raceway and will compete in the INEX Legend Series driving for Championship Team Farbo Motorsports in the Bojangles Summer Shootout.