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Fred Snow Grabs Fourth Place in his Professional Debut

Sonoma, Ca – Fred Snow, driving the Hyundai Genesis Coupe, finished fourth in the United States Touring Car Championship race at Sonoma Raceway on May 30, 2021 in his professional racing debut.

Snow who had never driven the challenging Sonoma Raceway circuit had his hands full as he was trying to learn a new car and a new track in a very short amount of time. Once the green flag was dropped it was time to go as quickly as possible and pass some cars. “I really wanted to do well but I also wanted to be cautious and not make a rookie mistake. I had never done a standing start so that was a big challenge but I was glad that everything went well and was happy with a fourth,” said Snow.

Snow did very well as he worked with his coach all weekend long and was faster in every session. He looks forward to the next race at the difficult Laguna Seca Raceway in a couple of months. Racing Team is a professional racing team that has been winning races since 1994 and has grown from one car to seven cars. The team has won dozens of championships since then in different classes and different cars. The team most recently won the driver’s championship in the United States Touring Car Championship in 2019 and placed second in the Team Championship. The team does more than just win races though. The team has built some awesome project cars, including ones for the SEMA show for major manufacturers including General Motors, Hyundai, Honda, Toyota and Kia.

USTCC is a professional road racing series comprising of late model sport compact sedans such as BMW 3 series, Mazdaspeed 3, Hyundai Genesis Coupe, Chevrolet Corvette, Porsche 911, Audi R8, Ford Mustang, Honda Civic and others. The cars use slightly modified engines and highly modified suspensions with aerodynamic ground effects and sticky Hankook slick race tires. The races can be seen exclusively on Final Drive TV available on NBC Sports on Xfinity cable, Dish Network, DirecTV and AT&T U-verse. For more information on USTCC, visit

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