Sacramento, Ca – The Don Carter Motorsports team is realizing exactly how tough the competition is in the top ADRL class, Pro Extreme. They have been welcomed by the ADRL staff and fellow competitors, but have yet to qualify for an event. Some team changes have been made to better their operation and they look forward to finishing out the season within the ADRL. At the next ADRL event on May 6-7, the ADRL Penske Inaugural Northeast Drags at Maple Grove Raceway, fellow friend and long time racer Bret Williamson will once again be piloting the PX Camaro for Carter. Williamson drove for Carter at the most recent ADRL event at PBIR in Florida and looks forward to driving again in Pennsylvania. “Bret seemed to have a blast driving in front of the huge crowds the ADRL drew in Florida and would love to be at every event but his own racing operation, which consists of a Top Alcohol Funny Car and a Pro Mod car, will not allow for that to happen.” Carter said. He continued, “Bret will drive for us at the next event then we will have new driver to fulfill the remainder of the season.” That new driver will be Nick Bastiao, crew chief for Alexis DeJoria’s record setting Top Alcohol Funny Car. “Nick is a west coast guy and we’ve known of him for a while. He worked with some racers in the Sacramento area growing up and is a licensed TAFC driver. I think he will do just fine as a driver for us, he will also bring a lot tuning advice to the table. I look forward to the knowledge and experience he will be bringing to our team.” said Carter. Be sure to check out the Don Carter Motorsports team in Pennsylvania. They will have brand new t-shirts for sale and will be sporting new crew shirts on the line, all thanks to Scott at Classic Graphix.