Jeff Lambert is the Founder and President of Armed Forces Racing and competes in the foot brake class during the Contingency Connection points series at Greer Dragway in Greer, SC. He races a 1964 Ford Galaxie. The Galaxie has a 460 CID engine, C6 transmission, with a coil over ladder bar setup in the rear, and Competitive Suspension Solutions tuned AFCO shocks in the front.
Jeff races about 25 weekends a year to include the Greer points races as well as some of the big money bracket racing series to include the World Footbrake Challenge and The Great American Bracket Race. Jeff has won a track championship and is proud of a personal record of winning at least one race every year he has raced since 2005. His best season was in 2017 where he was in 6 finals at 6 different tracks in as many weeks while winning 4 of them.
If you ask Jeff what his great achievement in racing is, he will always tell you it was forming Armed Forces Racing.
As a proud member of Contingency Connection's Racer Rewards program, the Northwest Pro4 Alliance has seen drivers from Arizona, California, Florida, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Canada make starts in the premier four cylinder late model series in the west. The series has stopped at TEN different race tracks in three different states promoting Contingency Connection's sponsors along the way.
The series started in 2007 as a new four cylinder late model challenge series in the Pacific Northwest. In that first year, over 50 drivers would collect points in the three race series. Lewiston, Idaho’s Kameron Mckeehan would score the first series championship, scoring one second and two third place finishes. Staying consistent, Mckeehan would repeat in 2008 with an average finish position of 5th and again out pointing well over 50 more cars.
In 2009 Hood River, Oregon’s Matt Melby took the pro4 community by surprise averaging a 3.75 finish and scored his first win at Stateline Speedway, lock...
I am 18 years old and reside in Oregon City, but am originally from Portland, Oregon.
To pay for my racing, I work construction for the family business, Sheller and Sons Contracting. My race car is a 1979 Camaro.
The engine is a Dart race engine and is in the neighborhood of 600hp. We use Hawk brakes, Comp Cams camshaft and MSD ignition.
I began racing in the kids division at Madras Speedway at the age of 12. I currently race in the street stock division and travel to every racetrack in Oregon and even go to Washington and...
Kingsport, TN: Attention all engine builders, machine shops, installers, rebuilders, and performance shops… Did you know the Engine Professional Rewards (EPR) program presented by AERA Engine Builders Association was specifically designed to improve your bottom line? And it’s free to join!
For nearly 25 years, Contingency Connection (CC) Racer Rewards has been a tried and proven weekly, grassroots racing program, keeping it simple by putting sponsors where they need to be “at the track with their customers.” And just like the Racer Rewards program, “the AERA Engine Professional Rewards program keeps it simple by directly connecting shops with manufacturers,” said Jackie Ressa, President of Contingency Connection.
Originally a small, in-house engine builder program with 200 shops associated with Contingency Connection’s network of tracks and series; the Engine Professional Rewards program has expanded to nearly 3,000 shops with the AERA Engine Builders...