Fourteen-year-old Alex Berg is the second of only two go-kart racers in North America to win a place on the Mazda Motorsports USA Spec MX-5 Challenge Factory Racing Team, which is the Mazda's first factory facing team. Alex has been racing karts since he was 8 and is the son of Allen Berg, Formula 1 race car driver and latest inductee into the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame.
16 year old honor student Bryson was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. He began racing karts at the age of 10 after taking an interest in his father’s Porsche club racing, even though the younger Morris had never attended a race. Three years later, Morris moved up to the national circuit winning two Championship Titles in the same year at the SuperKart Pro Tour USA series in 2020.
Wyatt has been on the track for about 14 years starting out at the age of only 4 years old! He began with Competition Karting at the age of 4, winning multiple first place championships along with many main events, heat race wins and pole positions.
He has been racing Spec Miata for 2 years, finishing the 2019 race season in 2nd Place, Teen Mazda Challenge and 4th Place in the NASA Regional Championships. Wyatt has had successful wins in the SCCA races and was a volunteer group leader for NASA Teen Car Control Clinic.
We welcome Wyatt and look forward to seeing some great racing from this young race star!
Former cart girl turned drifter, now road racer! Jess has been shredding the track since she was 8 years old. Road racing since 2011, this former SB Garage star took the shop car to 1:56 at Buttonwillow Raceway for the "fastest car of the day" in 2014. Welcome to team Haag Performance Jess!
Steve Borlik has been racing for more than 30 years. He has an extensive winning record with experience in Road Racing, Endurance Racing, Karting, Bracket Racing, Circle Track and Autocross. He has racked up more than a dozen regional championships in SCCA, NASA, WERC and Karting. He is a 25-hour winner and holds current class lap records at Laguna Seca and Thunderhill. Steve gives back by coaching and instructing regularly, and has been named as Driving Instructor of the Year by two different clubs. He also volunteers at teen driver safety clinics. Talk to us about professional coaching.
Steve currently represents Haag Performance in Lucky Dog, Spec Miata and MX-5 Challenge.