Gray and ReadyWise raising awareness for National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month. Our country is experiencing a dramatic increase in extreme weather incidents. It’s more important than ever to be prepared for emergencies. That means having a sufficient amount of food on hand and that’s where Gray’s sponsor, ReadyWise can be a true lifesaver. ReaydWise freeze-dry meals have a shelf-life of up to 25 years, so you can store them and not worry about them expiring for a good long time. ReadyWise also offers a wide range of nutritious, ready-to-eat Simple Kitchen snacks (Gray’s favorites). Use the code: GRAY28 to receive a 10 percent discount! To order or learn more go to:

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november, 2022

Hi, I’m Gray

None of this was planned. It’s all happening because, at the age of two, I discovered that I LIKE TO GO FAST!. It started with a silly, little battery-powered 4-wheeler and by the age of three, I was blasting through the woods on a Yamaha PW50 motorcycle. I was hooked. Fortunately, I had a dad who supported my passion for motorsports.

At 5-years old, I began competing in arenacross and found out that competition makes going fast even more fun. From there, it was a natural progression to move into karts. The competition in karting is fierce because that’s where all of the up-and-coming drivers go to prove themselves. I learned that I thrive under pressure.

Opportunities to drive in other forms of motorsports presented themselves and I found myself competing in UTVs and Mini-Outlaw Sprints. Along the way I met Swedish rally driver, Patrick Sandell, and trained with him on frozen lakes in Sweden. State-side, I had the good fortune to train at the Bondurant School with 2004 Indy 500 Champion, Buddy Rice, and I continue to train
with him, today.

In 2019, my big break into the pro ranks came when I signed with Dreyer-Reinbold Racing to drive in the American Rallycross series. What an experience! At the age of 14, it was pretty wild to be competing against drivers with Indy 500 starts to their credit.

But I’m used to being the youngest driver on the track.