Michael Faccinto
Michael Faccinto

Michael Faccinto
Hanford, CA

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A 24-year old native of Hanford, California, Michael Faccinto has become one of California's, let alone the countries, most dominant micro sprint drivers in recent years. The driver of the No. 7J most notably implemented his success during the 2014 season when he took home nearly every race and championship in the "Golden State." It was a 12-win season for Faccinto as he claimed the Palace Nationals and swept both nights of the Super 600 Nationals and the California Cup. Along with the stellar amount of wins, he earned three championships in just the one season as he grabbed the Plaza Park Raceway track title, Lemoore Raceway track title, and was honored as the first ever King of California. The year was capped off in perfect fashion as Faccinto earned his second career "golden driller" as he won the Outlaw feature at the 30th annual Tulsa Shootout. This coming after the Hanford native earned his first win at the Tulsa Expo Raceway in 2012 when he won the A-Class main event. Since the beginning of 2014 and after the "Team Green" era came to a close, Faccinto moved to a new car and chassis. Working with Rick Bray of RKB Kustom Speed, the team developed the CS9 Chassis in honor of a fallen friend, Colby Solomon. Heading into 2015, Faccinto will return to the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals in January and run his CS9 throughout the state of California.


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