Twenty-three year-old Sean Caisse is no stranger to racing, but Sunday's win may just be his ticket to finding sponsorship this year.
The No. 25 Venturini Motorsports Chevrolet had a consistently strong showing throughout the 200 lap race.
With the threat of rain, pit strategies seemed to be the focus of the day. Whether to pit, or stay the course were decisions each team made with the potential to call the race at any moment due to the weather.
With all the right decision in his pits, solid driving skills, and a little luck, Caisse took his first checkered flag in the ARCA Re/Max series. Ken Shrader, the leader of the race, ran out of gas with three laps to go, clearing the way for Caisse's win.
The No. 25 car managed to stay out of the multiple wrecks and avoid the wall in Turn Two, which seemed to be a nemesis for many at The Rock.
Sean worked under the tutelage of Andy Santerre in the 2006 season, after winning the rookie of the year in his first season in the camping world East Series.
Santerre coached Caisse to seven wins and two runner up finishes in the NCWSE points. Since that time, Caisse has driven in a number of different series, improving his skills with each race.
It was a great day for Caisse and Venturini Motorsports. Keep your eyes open for more racing excitement from this young driver as he seeks more sponsorship to showcase his talent.
Job well done Caisse.