Courtney Sey will withdraw from the Funny Car racing, coming into force immediately, she announced on Wednesday. The 13-time winner of the race will continue to participate in NHRA Drag Racing, both through teammates' support and off-road partnerships, but will no longer drive his Advance Chevy Camaro.
"I will withdraw from my customs duties immediately in force," said Sila in a statement. "It was a personal choice because I feel like I'm ready to see what the next chapter of my life will give me while I spend more time with my family. I intend to continue to participate in the industry I love and continue working with several selected partners as I go forward in 201
The strength corresponds to his high career with four wins in 2018 and finished sixth in points. The driver ended this part of his career with 12 Nitro Funny Car victories and one Top Alcohol Funny Car won. She won her first Wally in Top Alcoholic Fun Cars in 2009 against Chris Demme and her newest one against her father, John, in Richmond. "First of all I have to thank my dad for encouraging me to live my dream of being a fun driver while I compete with him and learn from the best," she said. "I want to thank my family and her husband, Graham, for their support through the tops and falls and my team for their undeniable will for victory and always to keep me motivated, confident and secure in my racing car."
The hosts published their best career time of 3,815 seconds and a speed of 338.85 miles per hour. She also made a record of 199-154 as she went on 12-17 in the last round. "I thank all my sponsors from the start of my career with Traxxas and Ford so far with Advance Auto Parts, Chevrolet, Auto Club, PEAK, Monster, PPG and Mac Tools," she continued. "I am grateful for all your support both on the track and beyond, and the opportunity to present your brands with pride.
"Last but not least, for my fans: thank you for all your support throughout my career. I'm glad to see where the next chapter will take me and I hope to see you soon on the track. "