Sine Pari Motorsports
Sine Pari is the motto of the United States Army Special Operations Command. When translated from Latin it means "without equal". We chose this as our name due to our special operations backgrounds and our work ethic, as well as, pursuit of excellence is without equal within the racing community.
Sine Pari Motorsports is an up and coming motorsports racing team based out of Fayetteville, NC. Our team was founded by Special Operations veterans as a form of therapy for coping with traumatic events encountered in our military careers.
Our team currently consists of one Ultra 4 UTV (active duty military) and two short course UTV drivers (both medically retired special operations veterans) with hopes of expanding our team and the amount of motorsports we participate in. Our ultimate goal is to bring short course racing to the East Coast by raising funds to build a short course racing facility near Fayetteville, NC.
Jeremy raced UTVs in the Lucas Oil Midwest Short Course League (MSCL) in the Stock Sportsman SxS class. During the 2019 season he raced for Team FCR Suspension in the MSCL. Jeremy's career highlights include 2nd place in Pro UTV class at Wildwood Lake Raceway, 2nd place in Stock UTV class at Rolling W Ranch, 4th place in Stock UTV class at Dirty Turtle Off-road Park and a top finish of 17th out of 36 drivers in MSCL. Jeremy will be racing during the 2020 season in the Championship Off-road Series Pro Stock class and the Competitive Offroad Racing Series.
Cassandra participated in the 2019 season acting as a crew member/ spotter during the Lucas Oil MSCL. She will be racing in the Competitive Offroad Racing Series during the 2020 season.
Patrick raced UTVs in the Ultra 4 East during, Dirt Riot Series and King of the Hammers during the 2019 season and Ultra 4 East for the 2018 season. Patrick's career highlights include 2018 Ultra 4 East Champion 4900 UTV Class, consistent top 5 finishes in 2019 Dirt Riot East Series, 2019 3rd Place Dirt Riot East Championship Pro UTV Class and placed 34th of 108 Drivers in 2019 UTV King of the Hammers. Patrick will be racing driving a Can-Am X3 XDS the 2020 season in the Dirt Riot Racing Series and King of the Hammers.