Dad runs a fullblown custom Corvette. Mom drives an Olds 442. Daughter Randi pilots dad’s backup car, a 1979 Z28 Camaro. For the Teed family, drag racing is more than just a hobby or even a competition. It is a way of life.
Randi started her racing career the summer of 2010. This being her first year of racing, she didn’t win any races as it was more of a learning curve year.
The next season, she convinced Dad that she could handle a faster car, so the new junior dragster came along, and with that three wins as well. Coincidentally, Randi attended the team bracket finals in Pittsburgh, PA for the first time and made it to the semi-finals in the Gamblers Race, but ended up getting
eliminated early on in the bigger races.
In her third year of racing, Randi got a new motor that would have her going into the 7.90 limit of the Junior class. By the end of the season, she had won ten races at her home track— Skyview Drags in Tioga County New York—and two race events at Beaver Springs Raceway. Randi also placed first in the Super Summit Series points standings which earned her the honor of competing with all of the Summit Super Series (SSS) winners from all other tracks. Randi took
top honors by winning that event, as well. This qualified her to go to Tennessee for the world championship where she made it to round two, but red-lighted with a .492 start…. Read more of this article. Just click on the digital feature below this introduction.
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