Deerfield Beach, Florida (PRWEB) June 20, 2012
He started his racing career on two wheels on mountain bikes. After moving to four wheels, Justin Lofton expanded his resume to include late models, super stocks, a Grand Am entry, an off-road Trophy Truck, and of course stock cars to his current position as driver of the No. 6 College Complete Chevrolet in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) as well as the No. 77 College Complete / General Tire unlimited buggy part-time in the Best in the Desert Racing Association. Over the next four days, the skilled 26-year-old will add one more race vehicle to his credit, a Rally car, while attending the O’Neil Rally School and Car Control Center in New Hampshire.
The reason? Not to simply test another racing venture, but a way to improve his current ones. The next few days will provide Lofton with tips in improving his reaction skills while racing his No. 6 College Complete Chevrolet in truck competition and of course, for the less predictable terrain while wheeling his No. 77 College Complete/General Tire unlimited buggy in the desert.
"We are extremely proud of what Justin has achieved so far this year" said Dan Haim, CEO of CollegeComplete.com. "In taking this class, Justin is showing that you can always continue your education, even if you are on top of your game."
Justin’s class 1500 buggy
During his time behind the wheel of a Rally car, O’Neil will instruct Lofton on tips that will improve his braking and car control skills, as well as offer various unpredictable, tough terrain situations that he may face down the road in his buggy.
Currently, Lofton leads the NCWTS point standings after tallying a race win, three top-five, and seven top-10 finishes after the first seven races of the season. Additionally, he is splitting the BITD schedule with his father Bob, and most recently scored a seventh place finish. The duo show 16th in BITD points.
But that isn’t enough to keep him from expanding his racing repertoire yet again.
Following his excursion behind the wheel of a Rally car, Lofton will then head to Nashville for a June 23rd video shoot with his production company, Weekend Warriors Productions, as they produce a country music video for singer John Stone. Following the shoot, his next big step is back behind the wheel of his No. 6 College Complete Chevrolet at Kentucky Speedway on June 28th.
About College Complete
Partnered with hundreds of educational institutions and across all types of education goals, including traditional college degrees, trade and vocational certifications, and professional licensure, College Complete helps students assess all of the information that exists in the public domain, allowing them to understand and make sense of their educational opportunities. Their services are free and available to anyone. Whether you are interested in Art and Design, Business, Computers and Technology, Criminal Justice, Education, Healthcare and Medical, Science and Engineering, and much, much more; if you’re an Electrician, a Nurse, an Automotive Mechanic, a Teacher, a Police Officer, or you’re simply interested in learning Computer Programming, Networking, Web Development, or Graphic Design College Complete is available for you at no cost. You can reach them by filling out a form on their site or calling to speak with your personal Education Advocate at 877-543-2655. College Complete has an initiative to assist those in the US Armed Forces and their families and is able to assist in identifying schools that will not only provide the educational requirements of the soldier, veteran or family member but will do so in a cost effective manner.