PENTICTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA – The 2012 racing season is long over, and now that we are into the New Year, Sarah Cornett-Ching have their focus set on the upcoming 2013 racing season. The talented 21 year old racer is working hard over the off-season, hoping to have her best season ever in 2013.
Off the track, Cornett-Ching has had a very productive off-season. She just recently donated seven inches of hair to a local charity that will be used to help cancer patients with hair replacement solutions. Sarah was also named an Ambassador of the Race 101 school that she attended in 2011.
“I am very proud of being named a Race 101 ambassador”, says Cornett-Ching. “I learned a lot in that program and Adam (Ross) and Tony (Blanchard) have been great mentors. I was unable to make it down to North Carolina for the celebration of the class of 2012, but I wish them all the best of luck, and look forward to being involved with the new class of 2013”.
Sarah’s 2013 plans have not yet been solidified, but she does plan to be back with the OK Tire ARCA West Series full time in 2013. She hoped to secure funding to run the local NASCAR Canadian Tire Series events this season.
Sarah Cornett-Ching would like to thank Snap-On Tools, Bill Smythe, Mike Ernst, Paul Wedlake, Jason Anderson, Melissa Hunt, Holly Parker, everyone else who has helped us out along the way and most of all my Dad, Joe Cornett-Ching. We are looking forward to sharing our success with you all again in 2013.
For more information on Sarah Cornett-Ching and to follow her racing accomplishments, please visit her newly revamped website, www.sccracing.com or visit her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sccracing.