Richard Harriman "Rising Star" finishes in the Top 20
finishing the year 19th out of 164 race car drivers who
competed in the 2011 ACRA Racing Series.
"Xtreme Rising Star"
16 years of racing experience
93 feature wins
Starts on NASCAR Campingworld Truck Series and ARCA Racing Series
Driving instructor for Fast Track Driving School
Richard Harriman is heading to Talladega this week to make his first start of the 2011 ARCA Racing Series. This also will mark his first start at a superspeedway. Richard will be driving the #11 Chevrolet for Fast Track Racing and Andy Hillenburg in place of Bryan Sylas who normaly drives the #11. "This will be a great experiance for me on the biggest track there is, and to get a feel for the draft." says Richard. Tune into SPEED Channel Friday, April 15th at 5pm EST and watch the 3 Amigos 250 from Talladega.
Summer is comming to an end and new opportunities have arisen for Richard. Richard has taken the next step toward becomming a NASCAR driver. To start August, Richard has parted ways with JD Motorsports where he has been the tire specialist for the past 2 years and joined Fast Track Racing, the team Richard drove for in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series 2009. Richard is taking on the role of tire specialist and rear tire carrier for the #11 ARCA car. In addition, Richard will see action driving the second Fast Track Racing ARCA entry in 2010 beginning with the August 15th race at New Jersey Motorsports Park. This will also mark Richards road course debut in a full size stock car.
RH Motorsports driver Richard Harriman has reached the 1 year mark in his journey into NASCAR's higher levels. In March of 2008 Richard moved to North Carolina to work for MacDonald Motorsports in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Richard finished the 08 season also having worked for Kerr Motorsports in the USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series, and Johhny Davis Motorsports back in the Nationwide Series. Over the winter off season Richard worked with former members of MacDonald Motorports at a new team called Rick Ware Racing. However in late January Richard found himself back at Johnny Davis Motorsports agreeing to be with the team for the entire 2009 season. Richard is now also just a small step away from racing in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Richard has been approved by NASCAR to run select races, and is now in the process of aquiring sponsorship and is in discussion with teams trying to pick a good fit for his opportunity to shine as a rookie in the series.