Then: Working on cars with his dad and uncle at a young age, drag racing at 16 and dreaming of joining a NASCAR team. Western Technology Center’s Auto Service Technology program helped Tyler
- Enhance practical skills in auto service.
- Gain the competitive edge needed to place in the Ford/AAA Auto Contest.
- Develop leadership skills in the WTC Superintendent’s Leadership Class and National Technical Honor Society.
Now: Tyler is one of three students accepted from Oklahoma, New Mexico and Texas into the NASCAR Technical Institute in Mooresville, N.C. He looks forward to learning advanced techniques for building and testing a competitive NASCAR engine.