Hitting the track for wheel-to-wheel competition for the first time in 2016, Sabré Cook will travel to Phoenix, Arizona for the second round of the 2016 Challenge of the Americas. Piloting a new blue Energy Kart, Cook will enter the Shifter Senior category as she aims for the top step of the podium to kick her season off right.
“It has been a few months since I have competed but as always, I am up for the challenge,” explained Cook. “I am happy that the Challenge of the Americas program has added some shifter kart classes as I really enjoy it. I am hoping that I am able to kick the season off with a win as well as put on a good show and garner the results needed for my new supporters.”
Showing speed and race-winning talent in a variety of different classes, Cook has been a threat in both Rotax and gearbox competition throughout the United States. A threat for the US Open Elite Shifter title in 2015 and a member of Team USA at the Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals in Portugal late last year, Cook has proven that she is one of the top up-and-coming female drivers that motorsports has to offer. Couple her on track results with her off track dedication in both the paddock and in her schooling, Cook is a shoe-in for success in whatever she gets behind the wheel of.
Cook continued, “There is a lot in the works for 2016 but right now, my focus is on this coming weekend. I want to get back in the seat and compete at a high level. Once the weekend is over, I will focus towards the next task and race.”
Sabré would like to thank and welcome Element Energy Advisors, a new partner in her motorsports program. Sabré would also like to thank the following for their continued support: Colorado School of Mines, Energy Kart USA, Mick Panigada, Grand Junction Motor Speedway, Tillett Racing Seats, Sniper Alignment Systems, Bell Helmets, NewLine Radiators, AIM Sportsystems, MG Tires, Viceroy Resorts, Gold’s Gym, Holeshot Drive Systems, SwedeTech Racing Engines and everyone that has provided help past and present.
About Sabré Cook:
Sabré Cook is a rising female motorsports star. Completing her eleventh year in karting, the 20-year old earned the Superkarts! USA S2 Semi-Pro Stock Moto championship in 2012. Growing up at the Grand Junction Motor Speedway, Cook has developed up the karting ranks and is nearing the top level. Over the course of her career, she has earned six Colorado State Championships, two TAG World Championships, a SKUSA Mountain Region title, represented USA at the Bruno Grana International Trophy event in France, and competed all across North America while maintaining a 4.1 GPA during her high school career. Sabré is a junior at the prestigious Colorado Scholl of Mines with an impressive 4.0 GPA. Sabré enjoys basketball, golf, acting, singing, volunteering and is a member of the National Honors Society and the Future Business Leaders of America.
Visit www.sabrecook.com to learn more about this promising driver.