The fourth-generation racer impressed during his rookie campaign last year, and after an off-season spent with his family-own team working and researching, Nagy is confident in what he will be bringing to the table in 2018.
“I feel like we have the equipment in place to challenge for the win no matter what night it is,” says Nagy. “From Opening Night until Frostoberfest, we’re going to be working hard to have a program that can challenge for wins. We’re more organized than we were last year and I’ve come a long way with how comfortable I am with the car.”
The Mini Stock division graduate makes sure to credit the depth of the Flamboro Thunder Car division, outlining just how difficult his team anticipates their run through the 2018 campaign will be.
“I think the Flamboro Thunder Car roster is one of the toughest in Ontario,” opines the teenager. “It’s stacked from top to bottom. Between the veterans that have been doing this for as long as I’ve been alive and the younger guys that are scrapping it out to make a name for themselves – it’s going to be a tough deal every Saturday. I’m excited to see where we stack up.”
“I’m proud of the gains we were able to make in our rookie season – but that was just the beginning,” adds Nagy. “We’re just getting started. We’ve put in a lot of hours over the off-season to make sure that when we roll off the trailer on Opening Night it’ll be the best version of our program.”