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10/18/20: So I did another thing
this weekend. Finally won the
Southern Challenge @ Abilene
Speedway page managed by
Rob and Libby Poor. Won the A
qualifier on Friday and won the
BIG Show on Saturday. The
Sniper speed chassis. KS
Engineering Kevin Stoa
powered Chris Brown shocks,
Dirt Defender covered,
FastShafts by Axle Exchange
driven, Abilene Race Rads stock
car has been really fast. Always
a fun weekend. Thanks to Rob
and Libby Holmes Poor aka
“Loctite Libby” for a great place
to race.

3/27/15: Fain teams up with DAY!

12/4/14: Pics posted from LVMS!

Click here: 'Awesome' Apparel!

Tommy, and son Tyler, can be
found racing at several area dirt
tracks and are based out of
Tuscola Texas (near Abilene).

Tommy primarily races in the
IMCA Modified division, while
Tyler races in the IMCA
SportMod division.

Here  you can keep up on the
latest in Team news and
appearances by clicking the
Tommy's Tales" link. We will
also put up new
pictures and
videos as the season progresses.
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Tyler Fain raced 18 times in 2014,
incuding finishing 5th out of 90
cars at LVMS, and 18th out of 120
cars at TMS!
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They specialize in the cooling of dirt oval race cars and have been building, customizing
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42nd in IMCA national points, 6th in IMCA regional points,
8th in IMCA state points and 4 Feature Wins.
Tommy after winning at Red River Speedway on 8/28/15
by Mike Adaskaveg

Tommy Fain emerged from his IMCA stock car victorious at the Ryan Bard Memorial Southern Challenge event at Abilene
Speedway in Texas. Fain only raced 15 times this season, but won four features. Before steering stock cars, Fain
campaigned modifieds. He earned modified championships at Texas ovals Abilene Speedway, Boyd Raceway, Monarch Motor
Speedway in Wichita Falls, and West Texas Raceway in Lubbock.

“The stock car takes considerably less time to maintain than the modified,” Fain, 54, of Abilene, Texas, said. “I cut back my
racing for more family time — I’ve got a four-year-old granddaughter and a thriving business.”

Fain owns Abilene Race Rads, which, among many other things cooling-system-related, manufactures the Super Sucker
brand of four-blade fans. While his business certainly means a lot to Fain, he places a message of greater importance to him
large on his car — “God is Awesome” — which is part of GodisAwesomeRacing.net, the website for his team.

“Yes, God is awesome,” said Fain. “When I started in racing, I felt like racing should be my ministry. I’m not a vocal, in-your-
face type of guy. What I have on the side of my car is one way to strike up a conversation with people about God. It is one
way I can be a witness to God.”

Fain gives credit to God in times of success, even if that means emerging unscathed from trouble.

“God protects me when I am racing,” Fain said. “I walked away from two bad flips in my career.”

The message Fain carries on his stock car resonates with those who see it at the races.

“People complement me for showing my faith at the racetrack,” said Fain.

Tommy Fain plans to start the 2021 season in Arizona. You can count on seeing the “God is Awesome” message on his car

“Racers ask me if they can use my slogan on their cars,” Fain said. “I tell them I don’t have the rights to God. Everyone has
the right to God.”
3/12/10 Victory Lane at Southern
Oklahoma Speedway!