X-Factor Racing Returns to Professional Racing with 6-Car Effort in TC Americaadmin
After another successful season in the books in 2018, X-Factor Racing will return to professional racing in 2019 in TC America in the TCA class. X-Factor Racing, led by Chris Haldeman, is based north of Dallas in Princeton, Texas. The team will field six Honda Performance Development built Honda Civic Si race cars in the seven round championship that spans across the country. The championship challenge will start at X-Factor’s home race in Texas at Circuit of the Americas.
X-Factor Racing’s Chris Haldeman is looking forward to the team’s return to professional racing. “We are really excited to be in TC America in 2019 with these new Honda Civics. They are a great platform and well built by HPD. We have recruited a team of familiar faces and have already begun our testing and development program with our drivers. The balance of youth and experience within the team should lead us to some quick success.”
Chris Haldeman from McKinney, Texas will pilot the number 69 Honda Civic Si sponsored by X-Factor Racing. Chris has been a championship and race winning driver and motorcycle rider, in addition to building, preparing, and tuning race winning cars.
Cole Ciraulo from Arizona will pilot the number 25 Honda Civic Si sponsored by X-Factor Racing. Cole started his racing career in karting and has moved up to running at the front of Spec Miata fields on the West Coast.
Taylor Hagler from Bulverde, Texas will drive the number 77 Honda Civic Si sponsored by X-Factor Racing. Taylor began racing through NASA’s HPDE to Racing Program and in one year went from rookie to race winner.
Stephen Jeu from Houston, Texas will drive the number 02 Honda Civic Si sponsored by Thunderbyrd Energy Services. Stephen has been in a successful driver in X-Factor Racing’s program in Spec Miata and looks to continue that success in 2019.
Danny Soufi from Austin, Texas will drive the number 16 Honda Civic Si sponsored by Harris Hill Raceway, Sparkis, and Tasty Placement. Soufi started racing in Spec Miata at age 11 and was the youngest driver to win a Spec Miata Championship at age 12.
Sally McNulty from Phoenix, Arizona will drive the number 780 Honda Civic Si sponsored by Borla Exhaust. McNulty has accumulated many podium finishes across the US in Time Attack competition.
X-Factor Racing appreciates the continued support of their team sponsors: G-Loc Brakes, Black Armor Helmets, Blake Clements Racing, HRX Bespoke Racewear, Inkjet Magic, and Sunoco Race Fuels.