McCallister Precision Marketing has boosted its already talented driver roster. Brooke Schimmel, who is a 15-year-old from Washington State, has signed a deal to be represented by the marketing company.

“We are very excited to have Brooke as part of our team,” McCallister Precision Marketing Founder Tonya McCallister said. “I flew out tomeet Brooke and her family and I could see immediately that Brooke was very committed and hard working in anything she does. She will be a perfect fit for MPM.”

Schimmel began racing in 2008 and she spent six seasons competing in quarter midgets. She claimed multiple championships including, States Race Champions (in Washington, California and Oregon) and three Winter Nationals championships in three different divisions. The final States Race Championship and Winter Nationals Championship were in 2013 in her final season in quarter midgets.

Schimmel moved into legends race cars in 2014 when she placed fifth in the points standings and garnered the Rookie of the Year Award at her local track. She recorded multiple division wins prior to branching out last season, when Schimmelcompeted in Oregon, Idaho and Nevada as well as her home state. She also ranked in the top 10 in road course national points in her division last year.

“I’m looking forward to working with Tonya and McCallisterPrecision Marketing,” she said. “I’m very focused heading into the 2016 season and determined to continue to grow as a driver. It will be very beneficial to have MPM in our corner and I can’t wait to see where it leads us.”

McCallister Precision Marketing, which is based in Columbia, S.C., focuses on assisting up-and-coming race car drivers with career advancement and promotion. It also provides companies with a strategic plan for their sales and marketing needs, as well as works with race teams to not only secure sponsorships, but to build ongoing partnerships with those sponsors. For more information, visit