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September 18, 2019 at 10:40:39 PM
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Brody Roa Performance

P.O. Box 2171

Cypress, CA  90630

For Further Information Contact Brody Roa  mailto:[email protected]

For Immediate Release 


(Cypress, CA, September 18, 2019) Brody Roa capped a week that was anything but normal when he led every inch of the way to win the USAC Southwest Sprint Car Series race last Saturday at Arizona’s Canyon Speedway Park.   This Saturday night at the Glenn Howard Memorial USAC/CRA race at Perris Auto Speedway, Roa will make his debut in the Dwight Cheney #42.

With seasonal monsoons baring down on the Peoria, Arizona dirt oval last week, officials canceled hot laps and went straight into qualifying.  Behind the wheel of Tanner Grau’s #34, Roa timed in sixth quick in the 17-car field with a best lap of 14.82.  He backed that up with a third-place finish in his 10-lap heat race and that put him on the pole for the main event.

Roa jumped into the lead at the drop of the green flag and led the entire 30-lap distance.  However, the win was anything but easy.  The second-place car kept the heat on all the way looking for the slightest bobble that never came.  In addition, Roa and his pursuer both had to bob and weave their way through heavy lapped traffic. 

The victory gave Roa two wins in three starts in Grau’s white sprint car this year.  The first triumph came at the Dirt Track in Las Vegas in late February.  All told, it was the fifth sprint car win of the 2019 campaign for the 28-year-old Garden Grove, California resident.

“I knew from running Tanner’s car at the beginning of the year, that he brings a good piece,” Roa told Dave Stall on “The Racer Radio Show” the day after the win.  “It is a quality car that will run all night, is reliable and has speed.  He does not do anything crazy.  It is always fun running with Tanner.”

Next up in the Southwest Series will be a race at Central Arizona Speedway on September 28th.  Roa will enter that race with a 32-point lead in the championship standings.  In his only appearance on that track on May 18th, Roa placed second in the main. 

This week, Roa heads back to Perris Auto Speedway for the Annual Glenn Howard Memorial.  However, instead of being in his normal #91R, he will be steering the Dwight Cheney owned Racing Optics/Wilson Racing/STEELCO USA /Curb Records/Golden Harvest #42.  That will not only be his ride for Saturday night, but it will be his home for the remainder of the season in USAC/CRA competition.

Going into Saturday’s race at The PAS, Roa is third in USAC/CRA points.  He is only 10-points out of second and 68-points behind the leader. 

In addition to the supporters on the #42 car, Roa would like to thank personal sponsors HD Industries, Burris Racing. “Biker” Bruce Fisher, Molecule, K-1 Race Gear, Shaver Specialties and Sander Engineering.

Great looking Brody Roa t-shirts are available now at the track or via mail.  If you cannot make it to a race and would like to order one, please use the following link https://www.brodyroa.com/?post_type=product.  You can see the design in one of the photos attached to this release.

Car owners, if you are looking for someone to shoe your car during the 2019 season, look at Roa’s schedule below.  He is available to race on any night not already on his racing calendar.  Contact him at the phone number and E-mail address in this release.

Fans wishing to stay completely up to date with Brody Roa and the BR Performance squad can do so on the team’s website http://www.brodyroa.com/ and Facebook page at the following link: https://www.facebook.com/br91r/

2019 Schedule

1/15/19        Tulsa Expo Raceway                             Chili Bowl                         13th A

1/19/19        Tulsa Expo Raceway                             Chili Bowl                         12th C

2/27/19        Las Vegas Motor Speedway                  USAC West Coast             1st A

2/28/19        Las Vegas Motor Speedway                  USAC West Coast             4TH A

3/2/19         Central Arizona Speedway (AZ)            USAC Southwest               3rd A

3/8/19          Canyon Speedway (AZ)                        USAC/CRA & Southwest    2nd A

3/9/19          Canyon Speedway (AZ)                        UASC/CRA & Southwest    3rd A

3/30/19        Perris Auto Speedway (CA)                   USAC/CRA (with WoO)          1st A  

4/13/19        Perris Auto Speedway (CA)                   USAC/CRA                        3rd A

4/20/19        Arizona Speedway (AZ)                        USAC Southwest               6th A

4/27/19        Canyon Speedway  (AZ)                       USAC Southwest               1st A

5/4/19          Ventura Raceway (CA)                         USAC/CRA                        5th A

5/11/19        Bakersfield Speedway (CA)                   USAC/CRA                        14th A

5/18/19        Central Arizona Speedway (AZ)            USAC Southwest               2nd A

5/25/19        Perris Auto Speedway (CA)                   USAC/CRA                        6th A  

6/1/19          Arizona Speedway  (AZ)                       USAC Southwest               2nd A

6/8/19          Canyon Speedway (AZ)                        USAC Southwest               2nd A

6/29/19        Perris Auto Speedway (CA)                   USAC/CRA                        4th A

7/6/19          Santa Maria Raceway (CA)                   USAC/CRA                        1st A

7/13/19        Perris Auto Speedway (CA)                   USAC/CRA & Southwest    18th A

7/17/19        Eldora Speedway (OH)                         USAC National                  17th A

7/18/19        I-69 Speedway (IN)                             USAC National                  7th B

7/19/19        Plymouth Speedway (IN)                      USAC National                  DNS

7/20/19        Kokomo Speedway (IN)                        USAC National                  14th A

7/21/19        Lawrenceburg Speedway (IN)              USAC National                  21st A

7/24/19        Terre Haute Action Track (IN)              USAC National                  17th A

7/25/19        Lincoln Park Speedway (IN)                 USAC National                  DNS

7/26/19        Bloomington Speedway (IN)                 USAC National                  19th A

7/27/19        Tri-State Speedway (IN)                      USAC National                  7th A

8/17/19        Perris Auto Speedway (CA)                   USAC/CRA & Southwest    3rd A

8/31/19        Calistoga Speedway (CA)                     USAC/CRA                        4th A

9/1/19          Calistoga Speedway (CA)                     USAC/CRA                        12th A

9/2/19          Petaluma Speedway (CA)                     USAC/CRA                        5th A

9/6/29          Merced Speedway (CA)                        USAC/CRA                        4th A

9/7/19          Santa Maria Speedway (CA)                 USAC/CRA                        16th A

9/14/19        Canyon Speedway (AZ)                        USAC Southwest               1st A

9/21/19        Perris Auto Speedway (CA)                   USAC/CRA

9/28/19        Arizona Speedway (AZ)                        USAC/CRA & Southwest

10/26/19      Central Arizona Speedway (AZ)            USAC Southwest

11/7/19        Perris Auto Speedway (CA)                   USAC/CRA/Southwest/National

11/8/19        Perris Auto Speedway (CA)                   USAC/CRA/Southwest/National

11/9/19        Perris Auto Speedway (CA)                   USAC/CRA/Southwest/National

11/15/19      Arizona Speedway (AZ)                        USAC/CRA/Southwest/National

11/16/19      Arizona Speedway (AZ)                        USAC/CRA/Southwest/National






September 21, 2019 at 09:24:32 PM
Joined: 12/22/2004
Posts: 1084

Recent #42 jockey Danny Faria seems to have been headed toward 360 and 410 wingers closer to home for some time. Not surprised. One can run almost weekly -- at minimum -- up here if one has the engines. And he can tow his #17v back and forth from Stockton and Watsonville to Bakersfield and even Santa Maria far more easily than over the Tejon or Cajon Passes. He's said several times, however, that he really enjoys running with the non-wing 410s.

OR... has he retired? Any info on that?

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