Double Nickel Nine Motorsports driver Rob Krider picked up his fourth victory in the 2022 SCCA National Tour series after a win in Packwood, Washington. Rob had victories in California, Nevada, and Indiana and his fourth victory in Washington gave him the H-Street National Points victory. Next, he will travel to Lincoln, Nebraska, for the National Championships in September. The Napa Valley Register provided a nice write up on the national points chase. Check out the story HERE.
Double Nickel Nine Motorsports driver, Rob Krider, flew into Indianapolis, borrowed a car from Sam Karp and won the 2022 SCCA National Tour in Peru, Indiana at Grissom Air Base. This was Rob’s third SCCA National Tour victory in 2022 after wins in Las Vegas in Nevada and Crows Landing in California. The Sports Car Club of America did a quick write up on Rob’s H-Street victory HERE. This third win gave Rob Krider the points lead for the National Championship points chase for the 2022 season in H-Street. To read Rob’s Confessions of a Cone Slayer article about the adventure go to page 6 on this link HERE for The Wheel Magazine.
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Rob Krider has earned the title of 2021 Sports Car Club of America San Francisco Region S4 Class Champion after getting the podium finishes he needed during the last event of the 2021 racing season. The S4 class is a combined group of competition between H-Street and G-Street cars. This victory is Rob Krider’s tenth lifetime racing championship. Brothers Randy and Rob Krider shared driving duties during the two day event at Crows Landing. The Honda Civic Si was flying on every run. The season long championship was made possible thanks to support from Yokohama Tire, Smart Racing Products, Autopower Safety Equipment, Carbotech Performance Brakes, Motion Control Suspension, Sanger Tire, I/O Port Racing Supplies, Bay Area Express Deliver, Cadet Blues The Novel, and Tactical Ops Brewing. Check out the write up on the championship at The Register.
Double Nickel Nine Motorsports driver Rob Krider celebrated his 100th victory in motorsports on Father’s Day 2021. His first win was 30 years before, 1991, drag racing an El Camino in the High School class with the NHRA at Sears Point. Thirty years later he finally picked up win number 100. His accomplishment was covered in the Napa Valley Register newspaper. You can read the story HERE.
The March/April 2021 Issue of SportsCar magazine ran a story on the team’s Ford Fiesta ST going to the SCCA RallyCross National Championships. You can view the story HERE.