Racer profiles and Readers Rides

Zack Harrison makes pro debut at the NOPI Event in Phoenix
with his 70" Outlaw Suzuki Street Bike (street tire and NO wheelie bars)


 

March 17th, 2007 was an exciting day for everyone in the Zoom Motorsports crew. Driver, Zack Harrison,
was making his long sought after pro debut as the driver of the 2004 Suzuki Hayabusa.
  Zack's career has had been filled with many ups and downs, from crashing at the 2006 NOPI event in Phoenix to winning the Fastest Motorcycle at the Budweiser Imports VS. Domestics at Speedworld Raceway. 

Zack knows much of his success can be directly linked to the strong fan base he has developed over the last year,and to the racing friends and mentors that have helped guide him along his path.
Zack's efforts have been noticed by many people in the world of drag racing, and fortunately,
they play a big part of the necessary sponsorship that racing on the pro level requires. Without these
wonderful fans and generous sponsors, Zacks dream of becoming a professional drag racer could not
have been achieved, Zack knows he is facing a difficult journey burning the midnight oil in order to continue his career. While flying down the drag strip in the 8 second bracket at almost 160 MPH, he still makes sure
he is able to slow down and dedicate as much time as he can
to being a good father to his brand new baby boy, Ayden Harrison.
 
Zack's future now consist of racing 12 months out of the year and traveling across the United States and
Canada to fine tune his skills as a driver and provide the necessary marketing
and exposure for his sponsors.

Zack is a great spokesman for motorcycle safety, on and off the track, and enjoys helping other riders become better drivers. "It's all about healthy competition and having fun.
The better they get, the harder I have to work to try and stay ahead of them."  How far will Zack go in his career? No-one knows. Right now he is having the time of his
life and knows he is one of the most fortunate people on earth.
 
We would like to thank Westcoast Racecraft, House of Kolor, Command Post, Walter Sprout of ECS Performance, Augustine Herrara, and Shawn Gann (NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle). and all the guys at Poopchutebag.Com for pulling thru and making this past weekend possible. With all their help and support they have laid the foundation for Zack to learn and mature as one of the best  "up-and-coming" drivers in motorcycle drag racing. and we thank them from the bottom of our hearts.



The Quigley girls

Mother and daughters share driving dutys in Super comp.

We ran into Mandy Quigley from Walnut Ca. While racing at the Divisional at Southwestern International Raceway. Mandy has been racing for 11 years. My dad used to drive an A/Fuel dragster so my sister melissa and I grew up at the races. I got started in a jr dragster and drove that for 7 yrs before moving into Super Comp.

Mandy was #2 in points at Pomona Raceway, Divisional win at Bakersfield, Best appearing Crew Las Vegas Nationals '05 and Super Comp runner-up in Fontana.

Mandy drives a Spitzer car with 555 ci chevy built by Lambert ent. and runs 7.60's @ 178 mph