TA2 Driver Misha Goikhberg Gets Confidence Boost from IndyCar Driver Jack Harvey
August 12, 2019
QuickJack Goes Racing - Auto Club Speedway QuickJack is proud to have partnered up with Cameron Parsons of Parsons Racing for the 2019 season! During the second race of the Trans Am West Coast Championship season Parsons Racing found themselves in a bit of trouble with the alternator in Cameron’s number 83 yellow Camaro. Luckily for them they had QuickJack there to help them get the car high enough in the air and give them enough space underneath to pull the alternator out and swap it with the new one. In this video, Cameron describes their experience of almost not being able to compete because of their technical difficulties and how QuickJack helped save a ton of time with the entire process. It was a stressful experience for Parsons Racing but in the end he was able to compete and finished in 3rd. As you see, QuickJack proves to be one of the best tools for car maintenance and repair for home use or out on the track when time is of the essence.
Anything can happen in TA2, sprinkle in a street course and the action heats up. Tony Ave and Misha Goikhberg take home the wins during the doubleheader weekend but not without working for it. Watch the bumper to bumper action in this Detroit Grand Prix recap.
Saturday’s Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli Muscle Car Challenge was all about survival. On Sunday, the TA2 powered by AEM drivers amped up the aggressiveness for the Motor City Dash, risking everything for a chance to permanently add their names to the list of winning drivers in the long Trans Am history of racing in Detroit. Celebrating his 100th career Trans Am start, Tony Ave (No. 25 BC Race Cars) took the lead in the final laps to claim his 19th win and his first-ever win on the streets of Belle Isle. Dillon Machavern in the No. 77 Liquid-Molly Prefix Ford Mustang dodged traffic and accidents to finish second and Tony Buffomonte in the No. 34 Mike Cope Racing recovered from a spin into the barriers to fight back for a third-place finish