Kevin is the owner’s right-hand man. He oversees most of the day-to-day administrative duties that keeps the two car team running. But don’t think of a team manager as some sort of glorified secretary or administrative assistant. Kevin comes to the table with years of experience in NASCAR racing, either as an owner, crew chief, driver, or in some other important position.
As Lead Crew Chief for Race Team, while specifically handling the #77 Vroom Brands Chevrolet more often than not, Bobby serves as the team’s head coach, if you will, who oversees all of the hands-on activities related to building and tweaking the car that will race on the track. These activities include designing the body, adjusting the suspension, tuning the engine and more. As you can imagine, a good crew chief must know a lot about how a car works, but he must also know how a car handles on a specific track, as well as the personality of the driver behind the steering wheel. Many crew chiefs, like Bobby, have engineering degrees and helped design race cars in college.
As the tire specialist, Michael spends the entire day hanging around the team’s tires, changing the air pressure, checking the heat buildup, or measuring the wear of a tire after it has taken a few laps on the track.
In the shop, Donald is responsible for mounting the seat, running wires, installing gauges, brakes, etc. In addition, he is responsible for making sure the car looks good on the inside.
As an all-star Jackman, Tony is in charge of pit crew development. He makes sure that the guys going over the wall are in shape and ready to go on race day. Not only is he crucial to training the guys going over the wall, but Tony has knowledge as a mechanic inside of the shop.
Responsible for the day-to-day upkeep and maintenance of the car. An all-around worker who can do just about anything in the shop.
An experienced Jackman that is, also, an all-around worker who can do just about anything in the shop.
A tire changer in-training, Keiston is responsible for managing the team’s reputation on and off of the track through all forms of media and communication. In addition, he is in charge of collecting video, audio, pictures, and conducting interviews with the drivers and crew members.
As the team’s fabricator, Chris is responsible for building and assembling the inner and outer parts involved with the race car. (i.e. chassis, body, duct system, etc.)
Responsible for being on time and being careful driving the rig with millions of dollars of equipment — the primary car, the backup car, extra parts for the suspension, the engines, and every other piece of the car.
In charge of taking care of the engines before and after they get to the racetrack.
Duncan is responsible for expanding the sphere for the Obaika Racing Team.