Noles and Wauters Motorsports tested at the famed Bristol Motor Speedway last week in preparation for the RustyWallaceCars.com 100.
Trevor Noles: “I’m beyond excited for the opportunity to race with the Wauters Motorsports team at the high banks of Bristol Motor Speedway. I’ve only had a few super (late model) races in 2017 as I have been concentrating on college graduation. With that accomplished I can’t wait to get back to racing. We tested at Bristol last weekend. It was my first time at Bristol, as well as, the first time teaming up with Richie (Wauters). Wow, is all I can say! The track was wicked fast, the race car was even faster and we finished up with some great lap times. We will definitely be a contender for the win. I have to personally thank the crew, family, friends and the many sponsors who have made this possible.”
Noles just received his Degree in Construction Technology management from Pitt Community College. His charity sponsor, Military Missions in Actions, which he has supported the last several years, will also be on board this weekend.
The Short Truck U.S. Nationals will be sanctioned by the Southern Super Series, ARCA/CRA Super Series and the CARS Super Late Model Tour.
Speed51.com will have full coverage of the multi-day event from Bristol Motor Speedway.
About Military Missions in Action (MMIA) http://militarymissionsinaction.org/
There are five MMIA Programs:
- Operation Building Hopeprovides home modifications to ensure veterans with disabilities can live independently in a fully-accessible home.
- Homes for Healingassists veterans who suffer from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). MMIA assists veterans who suffer these conditions, which in turn helps in their healing process.
- Military Child Access & Assistance Program (MCAAP)assists active duty service members and veterans who have children with special needs who require handicap accessibility into their home.
- Fill the Footlockersupports active-duty service-men and women serving in combat zones by collecting items which help bring them comfort and our homeless veterans in North Carolina
- Operation Warrior Golfthe Wounded Warrior battalions in North Carolina teach veterans with disabilities how to overcome their limitation(s) through the game of golf. Upon completion of the program, MMIA presents the veteran with a gently-used set of golf clubs.