WHO WE’VE HELPED
Howie DiSavino is an 18-year-old driver hailing from Chesterfield, VA. Howie made his start at age 13, racing in the arena circuit. Shortly after, he made the jump to full-fledged late models just two years later.
Following PMG’s guidance, Howie now races in the ARCA Menards Series, along with various Pro Late Model events. He has high hopes for the future.
Quin Houff is a 21-year-old driver from Weyers Cave, Virginia. With PMG’s guidance, Quin made the progression from racing Super Late Models in 2016, through the ARCA Menards Series in 2017, then to the NASCAR Xfinity Series last year. Quin now races in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, realizing a goal many aspiring racers have.
Much like other racing legends from the region, Colby Howard cut his teeth at Greenville Pickens Speedway and the smaller Anderson Motor Speedway, both competitive tracks in the upstate of South Carolina. After starting in Bandolero cars, Howard graduated to mini-stocks, limited late models, and full-blown late model stock cars with success.
With PMG’s career path management, Colby continues to build his career by competing with Anthony Campi Racing for the 2019 campaign, already with multiple wins this season. Howard also has a partial ARCA Menards Series schedule, inching him closer to obtaining his NASCAR National Series license.
Rapp is one of the most versatile drivers in the PMG family, racing nearly anything on wheels in the Carolinas. While he began his career in a Bandolero, Rapp has also been racing mini-outlaw karts on dirt at Millbridge and Mountain Creek Speedways and recently graduated to Legend Cars for the 2019 season after claiming his INEX Bandolero Bandit championship. Like many young racers, he has aspirations of ascending into the upper echelons of motorsports including the NASCAR national series and the K&N/ARCA combination tours when he comes of age to do so.
Ryan Repko is a very talented short track racer out of Denver, NC. Repko primarily races late model stock cars throughout the Southeast, with multiple wins to his credit already. In 2018, Ryan won the Bobby Isaac Memorial 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway, one of the most coveted trophies in all of late model racing. He says “In a day where it seems next to impossible to go anywhere in the sport, PMG provided me with a plan that made sense.” He just recently made his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut at Iowa Speedway, and has plans on racing more NXS races in 2019.
Holden German is a 21-year-old driver out of Clover, South Carolina. Holden began his racing career at just six year old, racing go karts. Over the years, he has collected over 150 feature victories. He has worked his way through the ranks and currently races Late Models, frequenting the top 10 positions more often than not. Holden has high aspirations for the future, and with the help of PMG, he hopes to work his way up to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
After winning the 2016 Young Lions championship in the Bojangle’s Summer Shootout, Giovanni Bromante sought the guidance of PMG for his career path. With PMG’s direction, Giovanni moved up to the Pro Late Model division, winning in just his second career start with Anthony Campi Racing.
Giovanni now races Super Late Models with ACR and was selected as Speed51’s No. 6 Short Track Draft pick in 2019.
Derek Kraus began his racing career competing in late models for his family team out of Wisconsin. With PMG’s career path guidance, Derek now drives for the legendary Bill McAnally Racing in the famed No. 16 NAPA Auto Parts Toyota Camry. Now on his third season in NASCAR K&N Pro Series competition, Kraus continues to capture wins in both East and West Series competition.
When not racing in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series, Kraus can be found racing for BMR on a limited schedule in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series. In his first three career starts, he had two Top 10 finishes. Kraus is also a two- time member of the NASCAR Next Class of 2017-2018, as well as 2018-2019.
Alabama native Chase Purdy sought PMG’s career guidance after competing in the Pro Division of the Bojangle’s Summer Shootout in 2016. With PMG’s advice, he competed in a full season of Super Late Model and NASCAR K&N Pro Series racing, where he earned the 2017 Rookie of the Year honors.
In 2018, Purdy made the switch to a full time ARCA Menards Series schedule, where he finished an impressive 3rd place in the season points standings. He also made his NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series debut at Martinsville Speedway, along with one start at ISM Raceway in Phoenix, AZ.