Cassidy is coming off of a successful developmental season having the opportunity to compete in several types of cars and in a variety of different series. In the Pro-Truck Series at Colorado National Speedway she became the first female in history to win a race in that series. The 2021 season will continue to bring new challenges to the 17-year-old Arvada, CO driver as she will compete in the newly formed SRL Pro Late Model traveling series on the west coast and travel to the east coast where she will drive for Lee Faulk racing in the ultra-competitive Late Model Stock Series for four races. Cassidy will also return to the Pro truck running 8 races at Colorado National Speedway.  2021 plans also include getting behind the wheel of a Trans-AM TA2 car for some road course testing. 

Off track Cassidy was very active in her high school, Arvada High School.  She was in Student Council and this year became the Student Body President.  She maintained a 4.0 GPA or better, her classes were all Honors and AP classes, she was a Cabinet member for the National Honors Society and was accepted into the National Society for High School Scholars and the Metropolitan State University for Nutrition and Health Sciences.  On May 20, 2021 Cassidy graduated from Arvada High School with Honors. 


Cassidy started racing quarter midgets in January 2015 when she was 10 ½ years old. Cassidy graduated from Novice in May 2015 and moved into Sr. Honda. Halfway through the 2015 season, Cassidy added another car so she could start driving in the Lt. 160 class as well as Sr. Honda. For Cassidy 2015 was a year of intense learning and driving. She was at the track practicing with her dad whenever they could make it there. In 2015 Cassidy went to the Winter Nationals in Las Vegas, NV her first national race where she finished 6th in the A Main for B class.