The V8 Rally Ranger, Bio Gary DeMasi has many stories to tell from his life, but to keep with Rally I'll push forward to 2004 when he became a volunteer sweep driver. He was hooked. The Community of Rally offered a new passion forMotorsports. Gary got to do more than a few of his favorite things all in one place, driving, helping others, staying involved with amateur radio,Camping out, spending weekends with friends, and becoming an official and an organizer of American Rally-Cross LLC. Gary is coming up to his 100th event of rally involvement hopefully sometime this year. whether driving as a volunteer on the safety team, or as a competitor in the series like NASA Rally Sport, Rally America, American Rally Association, American Rally Cross, and SCCA Rally X.
If you have met Gary DeMasi, it is clear to see that his infectious positive attitude and his never give up determination gives him an outlook of great enthusiasm, joy and passion. Gary is a Victor he has overcome Surviving a Stroke, and other incidents in his life used his technical craft of building and his skill of driving to rehabilitate, and helps others achieve the same goals in Motorsports, and in there personal life as a life coach and mentor. The V8 Rally Ranger team is always raising awareness to help it's sponsors and supporters. While standing fast to a cause. This team dedicates itself to getting the job done it the face of adversity. The team has many talents and can get things done it is why we appeal to a wide demographic. For the new season of 2017 we have partnered with "Rally For The Troops Foundation" to Help Veterans with injuries like Traumatic Brain Injuries and PTSD to Educate, Motivate and Rehabilitate using Motorsports mentoring and life coaching . Rally for the troops Foundation has made my dream come true and I will and always will pay that forward.
Gary has met some awesome people, driven some cool trucks in rally. Like a custom supercharged F-250 XLT, 89' (sweep truck), a 2000 F-350 V10 ex-cab (heavy sweep), and an '85 Ford Ranger GT . He called his sweep team the rally rangers, so it was only fitting to rally that Ford Ranger mini truck in Competition. Not the ordinary, then again Gary is definitely not the ordinary. As he built a 32 year old generation one mini pickup Ford Ranger to be even more iconic with a 5.0 liter V8 Ford Cobra engine roaring as it breaths it scratches the ground with enthusiasm and vigor.
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