Wally Brown grew up in Pennsylvania and began racing at the age of 18. He has worked in motorsports for more than 25 years. He has a passion for flat track racing and is looking forward to competing in Production Twins in 2022.
Throughout the years Mike has raced karts, worked on Late Model and SCCA road racing teams, taught at the nation's top-rated undergraduate Mechanical Engineering college, and won several autocross club championships. He is an accomplished manual machinist often machining experimental parts for his own racing. Mike developed an extensive knowledge of brake and clutch systems as the Managing Engineer at Tilton Engineering from 1995 through 2009. There he worked extensively with teams, engine builders, and others in NASCAR, Trans Am, Grand Am, SCCA, Indycar, off-road, and other forms of racing. Since then, he has been the Technical Director for Essex Parts Services, Inc.,where he continues to advance the state of the art in racing brake systems for all levels of automotive racing. Mike entered into and won his first motorcycle race at the age of six growing up in a family of two-wheeled racers. Today he keeps the family tradition alive racing flat track and earned an AMA national championship in 2009. He can be found on a weekend in front of challengers mounted on newer machines with his personally prepared 1978 Yamaha, or in his basement crafting one of his 20 vintage motorcycles.
While in college Langdon got his start in racing when he began building and driving Formula SAE cars. After college he began Crapcan Racing and later landed a job at a NASCAR team. He has been in the motorsports industry for more than 15 years and has worked with many top teams as a race engineer. Currently, Langdon is a Vehicle Dynamics Engineer at Joe Gibbs Racing. Justin is from Morristown, TN.
Purcell grew up in Decator, IL. In his youth he rode dirtbikes and helped friends race motorcross. After school he moved to Chicago and began as a mechanic at a service station and while working on road racecars for fun. In 1985 he began as a mechanic in motorsports in the NASCAR Cup Series. Throughout his more than 30 years in racing he has worked as a mechanic, machinist and engine builder. Roger is the team’s official motivational speaker.
Swoyer spent much of his life in Pennsylvania. His father was a racer and always made sure Swoyer joined him at the racetrack. He is a lifelong race fan and has been a part of Wally's racing career since his days at the dirt track. His favorite place to watch a race was the Reading Fairgrounds Racetrack, PA.
Brown is an aspiring engineer and designer. He is currently completing his education in preparation to be a video game designer or mechanical engineer. He provides support to the team on the road and at the shop. An avid BMX-er, when not helping WBR he is on the track competing as a Novice.