Chris Owens was one of the earliest members of Race22.com, joining the team as a photographer and helping out on Live Coverage. Since his days at Race22.com, he has become one of the best photographers in all of NASCAR Racing, shooting for teams and media outlets.
Matt Weaver covered Late Model Stock Car and Super Late Model racing from 2013-2015 for Race22.com, adding depth to our racing coverage. Weaver now works for Autoweek, covering NASCAR racing and other forms of motorsports. On the side, he operates the short track racing website, Short Track Scene.
Rob Blount worked with Race22.com in 2014, providing coverage of NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour racing up in New England. Blount is now part of senior staff at DirtVision.
Zach Evans worked with Race22.com starting in late 2014, covering races at Southern National Motorsports Park. In 2015, he was the main correspondent for our coverage of the CARS Tour, while also covering other races throughout the year. In 2016, he joined Short Track Scene and, one year later, became a correspondent for Speed51.com.
Trisha Westfall joined Race22.com in 2015, covering the Hampton Heat 200 as well as the ValleyStar Credit Union 300. Soon to be a graduate from Virginia Tech, she has gone on to enjoy success in the industry working with Sellers Racing as a PR representative while also becoming a talented photographer.
Now a dealer for US Legends Cars, Bowen was a former contributor for Race22.com in the early years.
Mason Dunn was also part of Race22.com’s early years, working live coverage as well as covering races in Virginia. Dunn is still active in the sport, predominantly at Langley Speedway.
Alanis King assisted Race22.com in 2014 and 2015 with coverage of Super Late Model racing in the south. She elevated our coverage of the Snowball Derby in 2014 with infographics and assistance with video and features. She is now a writer and editor for Jalopnik.
Mike Neff has worked with Race22.com throughout the years. He is also a writer for Frontstretch and works with the Racing Brotherhood Foundation, which was formed after the death of Terry Evans.
Tony Stevens has worked with Race22.com in multiple facets over the years. He is now the series announcer and main video guy for the CARS Tour. He also operates Pit Row TV which does live streaming of races all across the country.
Wesley Outland has been a part of the Race22.com Radio show in the past. He is an announcer for multiple tracks and series.
Now the owner of Performancenter Racing Warehouse, Roger Johnson was a part of the Race22.com Radio show. He remains one of Race22.com’s most loyal supporters.
Doc Love was part of the Race22.com Radio Show and one of the primary staff members in our early years.