Stress Engineering Services to Support Dakota Dickerson for 2018 F4 U.S. Season

LEXINGTON, OHIO (June 28, 2018)  – Dakota Dickerson Racing announced today the addition of Stress Engineering Services Inc., Houston, Texas, as a new sponsor for its 2018 F4 U.S. Championship program. Dickerson is well aware that none of this would have happened without the precious help of one of his present supporters Roxanna Balden Anslyn (@Roxbalden) of RoxBalden LLC domiciled in Austin, Texas.


The young California driver was excited to welcome the new sponsor. “I am extremely grateful to be able to represent Stress Engineering Services for the remainder of the F4 United States Championship. We will be fighting hard to give them excellent results and I can’t thank everyone involved enough for making this opportunity turn into a reality.”

Terry Lechinger, Vice-President of Stress Engineering Services, said, “We are proud to be supporting Dakota Dickerson in this year’s F4 U.S. Championship program and we look forward to seeing him win it this year.”

Dickerson who is driving for DC Autosport, has had a great start to the season and is aiming to score more podiums this weekend, as he stands 2nd in the Championship, just six points out of first place. “The goal is the Championship, and nothing less” says the San Diego native.

Be sure to join us for this weekend’s F4 U.S. races this weekend at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.  Race times are as follows:

Saturday:             Race 1 – 4:30 PM

Sunday:                Race 2 – 10:15 AM  |  Race 3 – 1:55 PM

Dakota Dickerson’s race fans can follow him on his website, Instagram (@dickersonracing), Facebook (Dakota Dickerson Racing) and on Twitter (@DickersonRacing).

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The start of today’s race seemed like a carbon copy of yesterday, as three cars made contact in Turn One as soon as the green flag flew. This brought out a full-course caution, and by then, Dickerson had gained three spots moving him up to fourth.
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May 12, 2017 - Fifth Place Finish for Newman Wachs Racing at Indianapolis

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The weekend got off to a very good start with driver Dakota Dickerson scoring the second-fastest time in yesterday’s first test session of the day. And on the very last lap of this morning’s qualifying session, Dickerson clinched fifth position for today’s Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda race on the 14-turn Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course.  More here...


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Just a few seconds later, Dakota Dickerson got caught up in a three-car tangle at Turn 5, and fell back to 18th place, as the full-course yellow was brought out. Dickerson was patient, and on the re-start, with fourteen minutes left in the race, he fought his way back up to the very end and earned a 10th  place finish for the Newman Wachs Racing team. Dickerson was quoted as being “the best recovery drive of the day” .

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