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Hot Laps: Bert’s Mega Mall

Bert’s Mega Mall is a family owned business that has been selling power sports products for over fifty years and sells almost every brand under the sun! They employ over 150 people in the city of Covina, CA. Bert’s has sold over 4,000 UTVs to enthusiast just like you. Bert’s is currently the world’s largest Polaris RZR dealer and also carries a full line of Can-Am products, Yamaha, Arctic Cat, Kawasaki, and Honda UTVs.

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Hot Laps: AMA Plastics

What is AMA Plastics?

AMA Plastics began operation in Anaheim, CA as Mold Tronics Inc in 1971, established by veterans Joe and Jim Atchison, who are Mark Atchison’s father and uncle. Mark Atchison is the current CEO of the company. In 1993, three buildings were consolidated into one operation. Completely built from the ground up, Anaheim, CA became AMA Plastics headquarters. In 1994 AMA Plastics opened a 35,000 squarefoot injection molding facility in Tucson, AZ. Continuing the company’s growth, in 1995 AMA Plastics completed a move to a newly renovated facility in Corona, CA, putting the five building operations all under one 90,000 squarefoot facility, operating 30 presses and employing 300 people. Today, AMA Plastics operates 93 molding machines, is a TOP 100 molder in North America and has approximately 500 employees. We are an employeeowned/ESOP company and TOP workplace in the Inland Empire. AMA Plastics is a worldclass supplier of custom plastic injection molding.

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LORORS: What made you decide to start racing?
Allie: My neighbor had a trophy kart in his garage and I told my dad I really wanted to try it out. After a bit of persuasion he agreed, and I was able to drive it. My dad bought me my own trophy kart which has been so fun.

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Hot Laps: Darren Hardesty Jr.

How did your racing career begin?
Darren: Racing is in my blood. My father and grandfather both raced desert off road and I was raised with lots of desert toys. My racing career really took off when I was nine years old. My dad borrowed a Mini Dwarf car and I raced at Barona Speedway. I finished 3rd my very first race and only a couple races later I got my 1st win. My dad and I really wanted to race off road, so my dad bought me a JR1 kart in 2010 and we started racing the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series. In 2011, I won the JR1 Rookie of the Year Award. In 2012, I raced both JR1 and JR2. I stepped up to a Modified Kart in 2013 and 2014 at all the National Series races. Modified Kart was really fun and fast; great preparation for the Pro Buggy class which is what I race this season. I have enjoyed racing from the very first time behind the wheel of a buggy.

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Hot Laps: Ava Wik

How old were you when you first started racing?

I was only six years old when I started racing the Lucas Oil Regional Series. Trophy Karts is where I first started, but now I am starting to race Go Karts as well. I have been racing the Lucas Oil Regional Series for two seasons.

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