Fully Injected is happy to announce the addition of two more team members to the already successful and dedicated roster of Team Fully Injected. Brandon Spithaler and Mike Reft; two young men who have been more than successful in the sport of auto racing now jump on board with www.fullyinjected.com, and Team FI, to help promote our mission and site. Each driver represents a totally different style and class of short track racing; but together, under the Fully Injected banner, they each can bring together the motivation and drive that it takes to promote their sport and represent Fully Injected.
Brandon Spithaler is the most recent winner at Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania; leading all 25 laps in the non-stop sprint car main event to give himself the right to add another notch in his win column. The local Butler Area High School grad and Evan City, Pennsylvania native, spends most of his weekends competing at the Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania, and Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, PA – where he currently sits 3rd in the sprint car point standings behind Bob Felmlee and Rod George. Brandon will look to end his 2011 season on a high note; by staying within striking distance for the 2011 Mercer Raceway Park Track Championship.
Mike Reft in action at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway – Frank Wilson Photo
Mike Reft is also an up and coming star; but not in a sprint car. Reft will add more depth to our Fully Injected Late Model Division by being the second member of the team, and joining super late model contender,Jared Miley, under that banner. Mike currently competes in the FASTRAK late model class on a weekly basis; with Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway being his primary destination on the weekends. Though he is only seventeen, young Reft is certainly no stranger to being in victory lane. He started his young career as most short track racers do- in a go-kart. Reft has five karting track championships to his credit, as well as winning the 4 cylinder track championship at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway in 2007. When the go came to enter the FASTRAK division, there was no hesitation in finding victory lane; claiming two victories in only his second year in the car and winning the Rookie of the Year award for PPMS in 2009.
For the remainder of the 2011 season, Reft’s plans will entail focusing on the Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway Track Championship; as well as venturing out to regional facilities for bigger FASTRAK events.
Keep up with Brandon and Mike for the rest of the 2011 season right here at www.fullyinjected.com!