33 Salem, N.C. pursuing an associate degree in welding, but if all goes according to plan, he may not need to weld forever. “I’d love to turn pro,” the grandson said. “My dream is to be a Pro Stock driver and get behind a 500 cubic inch hard-turning car going 215-220 mph. That would be awesome getting to shift gears like that. That’s my number one plan – will it happen? I don’t know. You never know. The right person could see you, and that’s all it takes.” that time. He’s real relaxed in there, and it’s just natural. That’s all there is to it, but drag racing is all he’s ever wanted to do. I wasn’t as good as he is – I won a lot of races; we won everywhere, but he’s done a lot better than I winning rookie of the year honors in 2013, Barczy was the Classic Gear Jammers champion the next year racing the series throughout the Carolinas, and this ever did. He has driving skill.” The IHRA community is starting to realize the guy can drive. After year he’s making the Flintstone car look good in IHRA Super Stock. He works early mornings at UPS and attends Forsyth Technical Community College in Winston-