20-year-old Cory Winner was born into a motorsports invested family. His father, Dave, started and still runs Fabtech Industries, the leader in off road suspension, and has been a very accomplished desert racer since 1990. After an impressive showing in 2016 in the competitive Pro Lite class of the Lucas Oil Regional Series, Cory has since moved up to the national Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series. After watching champions like Rick Huseman and Johnny Greaves race in the CORR sanction, Cory decided he wanted to as well, and started racing in 2007 in the Junior 1 kart division. After several good finishes and qualifying spots, he ended the year 3rd in points. Despite similar success in 2008, Cory took a break from racing. In 2013, Cory began racing once again. This time he would take on the challenge of racing Modified Karts in the Lucas Oil Regional Series. With top ten finishes in every race, he finished 6th in points out of 27 karts. Having reached the age limit for Karts, Cory spent 2014 evaluating his racing future. He soon realized that the fire was still there and that it was time to step it up. Looking to have a successful rookie season, the team purchased an ultra competitive Pro Lite truck. The team finished 2015 with 4 wins and 2nd in points in the Lucas Oil Regional Off Road Series-SoCal. Racing another season in 2016, Cory collected 7 podiums and finished 2nd place in points at the Regional series once again. In 2017, he won the Prolite championship at the Lucas Oil Regional Series and finished 4th at the Crandon World Cup. 2018 will mark another busy year! With events all across the country, the team is ready to kick this season off. Cory will be racing in the Lucas Oil Regional Off Road Series-SoCal, the national Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, and Best in the Desert.