About Us

Allison Morris

My name is Allison Morris, and I currently race a Sniper Speed IMCA stock car #94A. I started racing a stock car in 2018 with just a handful of races, but then started racing a full season in 2019.

I watched my brother Chris Morris race modifieds for a couple years and it looked like so much fun. After being around the sport for a couple years, I became more interested. I had no racing experience whatsoever, but I figured why not try it out. I got a stock car and started learning. First, I started driving around in an open field, then progressed to tagging onto the back of the field in some races until I got more comfortable. The more time I spent in the seat, the more I fell in love with it.

It became a great outlet for me. When I started racing I was working night shifts in a hospital that often took a lot out of me mentally, emotionally and physically. During the week I would look forward to going racing that weekend because I knew that would make me feel better. Who knew racing is a good way to de-stress.

One of the coolest parts of getting involved in racing is how much I have learned in the process. I started out knowing nothing. I had to learn a lot about the tools in the race shop, how to do maintenance such as changing oils, body work and straightening bent body panels, replacing parts, etc. I don’t know near as much as most everyone else in the sport but considering how far I’ve come since I started…I’d say I’m not doing too bad.

I gained the nickname “Dr. Destructo” by my family and friends. During the first couple years in racing, I blew up several motors and several transmissions. Since I work in the medical field, some of my family and friends will occasionally refer to me as Doctor Morris. One day someone called me “Doctor Destructo” and it kinda stuck. Now anytime I break something, it becomes a joke that Dr. Destructo is at it again.

I’d like to thank my family and friends for their support, and thanks to my sponsor ACM services.
I’d also like to thank Sniper Speed and CRS suspension and fabrication. 


Chris Morris

Racing has always been part of my life. Most my life it has always been with 2 wheels. I grew up racing dirt bikes since I was 4 years old and raced professionally for the last 2 years of my career before I had a career ending injury. In 2014 I broke my back practicing for Supercross and became paralyzed from the waist down. I shortly picked up my new love for dirt track racing and have been in a Modified since 2016. Life keeps on rolling and so will I. What’s your excuse!!