U.S. Forensic proudly sponsored Martin-McClure Racing owner, former employee of U.S. Forensic, and former NASCAR Xfinity Series driver, Hal Martin, in the 2017 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East in Greenville-Pickens Speedway on April 8, 2017. Hunter Baize piloted the No.13 U.S. Forensic Toyota Camry for a 8th place finish. U.S. Forensic employees and clients were given a tour of the racing team’s set up and equipment trailer, visited pit road, and met Hunter Baize for autographs.
Kevin Brown, U.S. Forensic
Kevin, a mechanical engineer and accident reconstructionist for U.S. Forensic worked in a pit crew for racing events prior to earning his engineering degree. He shared his thoughts about the event, “I had not been to a race track in at least 16 years and this past Saturday, I felt like I never left the sport. It was awesome to see what a first rate racing team has to drag around with them and all the work that goes into being competitive. All that attended have an incredible story to share. It’s certainly not every day that a fan has the access to a team as we did. Awesome!”
Owner of Martin McClure Racing and Former USF Engineer, Hal Martin
“As a Mechanical Engineer, a former employee of U.S. Forensic, and a former driver representing the company in NASCAR, I have a deep sense of pride as well as obligation for this coming weekend. Upon my graduation from the University of New Orleans in 2009, I joined the U.S. Forensic team working and learning under Michael DeHarde. He and the rest of the U.S. Forensic company supported me as an engineer and later as a driver in NASCAR. Being able to continue my professional and personal relationship with U.S. Forensic is an honor and a privilege.
The racing world is full of engineering. Everything we do at the shop in preparation for each race has its roots in engineering principles. We must pay attention to every detail, knowing that being off on an adjustment, even by a 1/16th of an inch, could stand in the way of a trip to victory lane.”