I have as good a shot as anybody,”
Kicera remarks. “I think that VIR
suits my racing style, which is
calculating, using a lot of strategy.
I think a key to winning is being in
the right place on the last lap.”
One driver who could upset
everyone’s plans is Chris Haldeman.
Haldeman will also be racing in
STL and STU at the Runoffs, but
it’s not out of the question that he
could contend for the SM win.
While we predict that it’s going
to be Steyn, Pardus, and Drago on
the podium, we also know anything
can happen. And, this being Spec
Miata, anything will happen.
(LEFT) We think Danny Steyn has a shot at the Spec Miata
championship that has eluded him thus far. (BELOW)
Preston Pardus knows how to get around VIR, and that
knowledge should lead him to this year’s podium.
“Jim Drago, Preston Pardus, Todd
Buras, Tyler Kicera, Jared Thomas,
and Matt Reynolds,” he says.
“They’re at the front every single
race. No matter what track they’re
at, they’re always at the front.”
For his part, Kicera plans to
challenge both Drago and Steyn
for the championship. “I feel like
One thing everyone agrees on
is that the front of the pack will
include many familiar names. Steyn
lists them off in rapid succession.
(ABOVE) Jim Drago
is the only two-time
winner in this ultra-competitive class.
We don’t think he’ll
win this year, but his
expand this October.