Grant has been working in the Automotive Repair business for the past 7 years and has worked on a wide range of vehicles, from the mundane, vanilla flavored appliances of Toyota, to the exotic and revered supercars of Ferrari. In true car guy fashion, a bulk of Grant’s free time is dedicated to his own personal fleet of project cars, including (but not limited to) a third-generation Mazda RX-7, a frighteningly quick Audi A4, a Subaru Forester XT that will give an STi a run for its money, and a truly unexpected Rotary-Powered Mazda B2200 (1300?) pickup.
Grant prides himself on his vast set automotive talents and looks forward to the opportunity of working to make Professional Awesome a nationally-competitive race team. Additionally, Grant will be fulfilling a Research and Development role, by producing and analyzing a variety of new parts for the Evolution platform. These parts include, but are not limited to, front splitters, rear diffusers, battery relocation kits, brake ducting, and any other pieces of the car that he feels that can improve upon.
For 2010, Grant will fulfill his lifelong dream of owning a panel van and will be the official driver for the Professional Awesome Tow Machine. Grant and the rest of the team agree that America’s highways are no place for a race vehicle, so he has opted to be the official van specialist. With the Evolution seeing less miles on the road, it should be in perfect shape to conquer racetracks everywhere!