Joe's Trophies and Gifts Champions Corner-David Baity

Joe's Trophies and Gifts Champions Corner-David Baity

Joe’s Trophies and Gift’s Champion’s Corner

Name: David Baity

Class: Hornets

Hometown: Salt Lake City, UT

Sponsors: Fox Hole Pub & Grill

What are your thoughts on the 2013 season? 
 This year was a lot of fun. I was proud to have run in the Hornet class this year. Everyone was competitive and worked hard to reach personal goals. The emphasis was on the racing, which was great. I don’t get around to everyone in the pit area outside of our class, but the few I have come to know are awesome. RMR’s staff did a fantastic job in all the roles they do.
What was the highlight of your 2013 racing season?  
Watching my brother win a Main Event on one of the best courses we have ever run and then myself winning the following two races.
Did any one event or person change the outcome of your season? 
This was a season of small mishaps and fast recoveries across the Hornet class. I can’t pinpoint one defining moment, but whether it was a loose wheel, a water pump, a cone or even a fuel cutoff that gave me the edge this year. This was a very competitive season full of challenges for all drivers.
What will you be doing in the off season?
 I’m going to Disneyland!!!  I think we need to rebuild the car count in our class. I will spread the word to try and gain interest.
What do you hope to accomplish next season? 
To stay on top and compete at the same high level.
Special Thanks to
 My Mother, My Brother who kept my car running all season, Fox Hole Pub & Grill, Amanda, and my son Ethan. And the awesome fans screaming, “WHO DAT!” so loud I could hear it in my car.
 According to many people I have talked to. I need to put A Cowboys Star, A Bronco Head, A big cheese head G and A 49er on my car and I would win more. I think being A SAINT did the job just fine!!

QUICK STATS

16 David Baity    Points-852   |   Quick Time-1   |   Wins-3   |   Top 5-9    |   Top 10-10   |   Heat Wins-4
Rocky Mountain Raceways 2014

RMR Management retains the right to adjust the rulebook and schedule as needs arise.  

RMR MOTOCROSS

Driver’s Meeting 

  • Wednesday, March 26
  • Registration & Minor Paperwork at 6 p.m. 
  • Meeting at 6:30 p.m.
  • RMR Convention Center

Schedule

Rulebook

Curt Stewart-Motocross Manager: (801) 252-9557  x127cstewart@rmrracing.com

RMR OVAL

Driver’s Meeting (All classes excluding Quarter Midgets)

  • Wednesday, March 19
  • Registration & Minor Paperwork at 6pm. Meeting at 7pm
  • RMR Convention Center

Schedule by Date

Schedule by Class

Quarter Midget Schedule

Rule Book

Dan Breach-Oval Track Manager: (801) 252-9557 ext. 112 | Dbreach@rmrracing.com

NHRA DRAG

Street Legal Meeting (Street Legal, Midnights & Jrs.)

  • Wednesday, March 12
  • Registration & Minor Paperwork at 6pm. Meeting at 7pm
  • RMR Convention Center

ET Meeting (Summit ET & Top Sportsman/Dragster)

  • Thursday, March 13
  • Registration & Minor Paperwork at 6pm. Meeting at 7pm
  • RMR Convention Center 

Schedule

Rulebook

Ron Craft-Drag Strip Manager: (801) 252-9557 x106dragmgrrmr@aol.com

Lincoln Electric Sportsmen of the Year
Lincoln Electric Sportsmen of the Year
Lincoln Electric Sportsmen of the Year
Congratulations to RMR’s 2013 Lincoln Electric Sportsmen of the Year! Visit http://bit.ly/LincolnElectric to learn more about Lincoln Electric’s products and services.
Lovendahl-Rider Racing | Bill Larson | Austin Schoenfeld  | Bill Matern | The Morgan Family

 

Lovendahl-Rider Racing: “The recipients of this award are big supporters of the Raceway, they were always attending other events, not just the oval. The family has been racing for years and always have a smile on their faces whenever they are at RMR. They are very deserving of this award and I appreciate their racing at our facility.” Dan Breach

Bill Larson: “Bill is willing to help anyone at anytime and is very personable, respected and liked by his racing competitors.  That is why I’m sure he was voted the Lincoln Electric Sportsman of the Year in the Street Legal Series.” Ron Craft

Bill Matern: “Bill is a gentleman in all the ways, well liked and respected by everyone that knows him.  He is a person that wants to win or lose a race, and has waited on his competitors many times in the past years.  For that reason is why he was voted Lincoln Electric Sportsman of the Year and Bracket Racer of the Year in the Summit ET Series.” Ron Craft 

The Morgan Family: “Out here on the Motocross track we have quite a few deserving people for the “Lincoln Electric Sportsman of the Year Award”. The Morgan Family stuck out because it wasn’t just an individual but the entire family was there to help fellow riders and families. From the youngest all the way to the parents, they are awesome!” Curt Stewart