Las Vegas, NV – September 18, 2023 – Sigma Performance Services is thrilled to announce its entry into the ARCA West Racing Series. The SPS team will make its debut at the NAPA Auto Parts 150 at All American Speedway in Roseville, CA, on September 30th.
The Sigma Performance Services team proudly presents the No. 23 Toyota Camry racecar, driven by 17-year-old Bradley Erickson from Phoenix, Arizona. A rising star in racing, Erickson boasts an incredible journey in the world of motorsports.
Erickson’s career has been one of talent and passion. Bradley began racing at age 5, swiftly transitioning from quarter midgets and go-karts to INEX Legend cars by age 12. Just a mere year later, he shifted gears into Late Models. Showcasing his skill and sheer determination, Erickson clinched his first Late Model series championship when he was just 14-years-old. His rapid progression didn’t stop there. He’s now marking his territory in Pro Late Models and showcasing his prowess in the prestigious ARCA Menards Series.
“I’m excited to partner up with Sigma Performance Services for the remainder of the 2023 season. I am really looking forward to working with the team and hope to finish out the season strong with good results. I feel confident about our chances of having success and can’t wait to see how it goes.” said Bradley Erickson.
Bradley’s dedication to the sport and Sigma Performance Services’ commitment to excellence promises an electrifying season that fans shouldn’t miss.
“We are very excited to have the opportunity to work with Bradley and the talents that he brings to this team,” said Joe Farrè, Team Owner at Sigma Performance Services.
The SPS Team based out of Las Vegas, NV will be comprised of Team Owner and Partner, Joe Farrè and T.J. Clark, along with a dedicated group of team, family, and industry supporters.
The new 23 car, a number long synonymous in the racing community with the Spencer Clark Driven Foundation, pays tribute to Spencer Clark and the foundation that helps provide opportunities to aspiring young drivers.
“This venture into the ARCA West series has been a move long coming for the SPS organization. T.J. and I have been planning and discussing this move for the past few seasons, and more than a few key factors aligned to make this opportunity happen for all of us. It takes a lot for any team to field a car in this competitive series, but we genuinely believe that when you put good people together, good things will happen.” said Joe Farrè
Sigma Performance Services invites fans to witness history in the making on September 30th at the All-American Speedway. With Bradley behind the wheel, the new SPS No. 23 car is sure to be one to watch as we head into the final rounds of the racing season.