Take a look inside this beautiful new dirt late model hauler for Ricky Weiss Racing
Ricky Weiss is a dirt late model driver out of Headingley, Manitoba, Canada.
View the new Ricky Weiss trailer below.
The team runs the grueling national dirt late model schedule. 46 nights of racing are scheduled for the World of Outlaws Late Model Series alone.
Weiss is currently 2nd in series standings to Brandon Sheppard. The #7 team has collected two WoOLMS wins in 2020.
Of course, Weiss runs far more than just Outlaw events. A total of 65 events are on the team’s schedule for 2020. That already all the races that were canceled between March-May.
When it comes to national racing, time at home, doesn’t really exist. Instead, the race shop is put on wheels.
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Ricky Weiss: New trailer
“Take a look at this custom race hauler for Late Model team Ricky Weiss Racing! This bumper pull trailer with black cabinets has 2 slideouts with a front entrance and rear liftgate. Check it out,” Featherlite posted to their social media pages.
Ricky Weiss Racing is set to debut a brand new trailer. The inside is black from top to bottom. And the LED lights match the same splash of color used on the car itself.
The modern trailer interior is complete, minus move-in. The outside of the trailer is shown before graphics and paint.
Currently, the team runs Team Zero Race Cars. The cars are powered by Vic Hill Racing Engines.
The team is owned by Derrick’s Sandblasting.
Over the weekend, Weiss ran at Richmond Raceway in Richmond, KY. The team is still using their old trailer as the prep continues on their new one ahead of it’s debut.
Fancy haulers don’t win races. But, they sure keep your team organized and prepared, which does in fact, help win races.
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