BIRTHDAY: July 31, 2003
HOMETOWN: Arvada, CO
- In 2018 Cassidy set 4 track records and all-time track records in Colorado and 2 in Livermore, California where she also won AA/Modified World Formula securing her National Championship. At the Western and Eastern Grands, she finished top 3 in all her cars except one. Cassidy is excited about the next step in her career that will include select National USAC .25 Midget races and getting behind the wheel in her new 600 Micro-Sprint.
- In 2019 Cassidy finished 9th in the NOW 600 Mile High Region Series, had 2 top 5 and 9 top 10 finishes in Micro Sprints, and 2 top 10 finishes in the Pro Truck Series.
- In 2020 Cassidy became the first female to win a Pro-Truck race at Colorado International Speedway as well as finishing 8th in points in the 51-FIFTY Jr Late Model Series at Madera Speedway. Cassidy also ran several Pro-Late Model event in preparation for the 2021 season.
- "I am most proud that while I am racing and taking all Honors and AP courses I still maintain a 4.0 GPA in high school. I am in student- council and try to do as much community service as I can. I am also proud of the fact that the younger drivers enjoy being around me and I love being a role model for them. I make it a point to stand up for the underdog. I always speak up if someone is being bullied or picked on and if I can’t do anything I will find someone who can," said Cassidy.
- In 2021 Cassidy competed in the Spears SRL Pro Late Model Series for Naake-Klauer Motorsports where she visited victory lane at All-American Speedway. Cassidy also ran a Snap-On Tool Pro-Truck Series at Colorado National Speedway (CNS) and made her debut on the east coast with Lee Faulk Racing. Cassidy also made her Super Late Model debut at CNS.
In 2022 Cassidy will return to the SRL Pro-Late Model Series for selected races with Naake - Klauer Motorsports and run full time at Colorado National Speedway in a Super Late Model.
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I would like to take advantage of the incredible gift I’ve been given, by continuing to be a smooth driver, listening to constructive criticism and by taking the advice I receive and putting it to use on the race track as I further my career in racing. I hope to continue to be a role model for younger drivers and kids, not just at the race track but in school too. I do my best to go above and beyond what is expected of me in anything I do, to always treat other’s how I want to be treated and give 100% of myself on the track not just for me but for my team. As a team we work together to show sportsmanship whether winning or losing a race, to support and respect each other, the sport and every driver on the track.