I believe in sportsmanship first. It doesn’t matter what sport you are involved in, if you don’t believe in good sportsmanship and setting good examples for the next generation below you then there’s no point in competing. Yes, winning is nice but being a leader is what it’s all about!
My racing journey started when I was just 6 years old. Instead of playing sports at a young age I was drawn to racing and followed in my dads footsteps.
ATR is now accepting new sponsors for the 2022 season! If you have questions or would like more information on the opportunities we have available feel free to contact us.
For the 2022 Season, Ashton has teamed up with the NOCC to help spread awareness for Ovarian Cancer.
Since the beginnings in 1991, the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition has grown from an impassioned grassroots effort into a major force in raising awareness. We support survivors and caregivers, and fund research to advance treatment and find a cure.
Nearly 22,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with ovarian cancer each year, and approximately 14,000 women die from the disease. Unfortunately, most cases are diagnosed in later stages when the prognosis is poor. However, if diagnosed and treated early when the cancer is confined to the ovary, the five-year survival rate is over 90 percent. This is why it’s imperative that the early signs and symptoms are recognized not only by women, but by their families and the healthcare community.
My goal is to spread early awareness through racing. It's imperative that people know about Ovarian Cancer, especially in a male dominated sport.
Feel free to check out ovarian.org for more information.