Junior Driver Development & Management
Formed in 2012, Coldstream Motorsport operates at race tracks around the country under McAleer Motorsports and offers a unique Coaching and Management service for the race drivers of the future. With 18 years of experience and the records to match we offer invaluable expertise and advice to the next breed of race car drivers. From the early ages of 6 to adult we offer custom packages from entry level karting right up to the detailed data acquisition and race craft training you see at the top levels. Whether you are looking to go to the highest level in the Motorsport ladder system or simply want to fine tune your own skills, McAleer Motorsports sets high but realistic goals for you to achieve. To find out more information please contact Stevan direct at email@example.com
See Our Schedule & Drivers Below
2021 Club Championship Schedule
Race #1: April 25th
Race #2: May 16th
Race #3: May 29th
Race #4: May 30th
Race #5: June 19th
Race #6: July 24th
Race #7: August 8th
Race #8: August 22nd
Race #9: September 11th
Race#10: September 12th
Race #11: September 26th
Race #12: October 3rd
Race #13: October 17th
Special Events At OVRP
Stars & Stripes Trophy Series: May 7th - 8th
Eastern Vintage Karting: July 9th - 10th
Spartan Kart Series: September 11th - 12th
International Karting Celebration: September 12th
NY State Championship: November 7th
Bio: Nate Cicero is in his fifth year of racing for McAleer Motorsports. Nate is competing in 2021 on a national level in the X-30 Senior class. In 2020, he won the SKUSA Winter Series KA-100 Senior class, including three race wins, and had nine top 10 finishes in 10 races in the SKUSA and USPKS Pro Series in KA-100 Senior, including a race win in Indiana. After winning the New York State Junior Championship in 2019, Nate took third in his first New York State Senior Championship last fall.
Bio: Gia Cicero is in her fifth year of racing for McAleer Motorsports. Gia competes on a national level in the KA-100 Senior class and at OVRP in the X-30 Senior class. She has had six podium finishes at OVRP, including two club race wins, and recently had her first podium away from her home track with a third-place finish in Round 5 of the 2020 Sunshine State Karting Challenge. Gia has also finished in the top 10 in the New York State Championships for the past three years.
Bio: Brandon Washor entered the Stevan McAleer Racing Program in 2016 and was immediately “hooked”. He was brought onto the McAleer Racing team full time in 2017 and wound up finishing P3 in the final standings. The 2018 season Brandon was determined to fight and earn the respect of his peers by racing them hard, fast and clean – the end result was a “respectful” P2 finish in the Championship. 2019 he entered the Junior Class and in 2020 he continued to persevere. Podiums and wins are looking good for 2021.
Bio: Rafe is a smooth, feirce, but happy racer hoping to cause a lot of damage in next year's Junior Max season. In 2016, he came 2nd in the North East Regional Rotax Championship for Minimax. Rafe also won the OVRP Club Championship in 2016.
Bio: Evie has a need for speed. She began racing indoor karts when she was 9 years old. After placing third in indoor kart racing, she moved onto outdoor racing at age 10. Evie is now in her second season of racing Mini Max at OVRP for club and regional races, where she has podiumed multiple times and is continuing to improve every season with the guidance of Stevan McAleer and his team. Evie loves kart racing, especially in the rain, and is looking forward to continuing her success in racing and moving up to compete in Junior Rotax karts next season.
Age: 16 (2002)
Max started racing online on the iRacing simulation platform over 5 years ago and has since become a top 5 iRacer out of all 25,000 drivers in the U.S. and is in the top 60 out of 60,000 iRacers worldwide. In order to compete in high level competitions with big prize pools, it takes practice and training, and one must also learn about car setup and be able to successfully analyze telemetry to work around any roadblocks. Max’s current team, Vendaval Simracing, collaborated with FA Racing G2 Logitech G, Fernando Alonso’s simracing team, to test and develop set-ups and compare driver feedback for 2018 season. When Max first started karting in the summer of 2018 at OVRP without any prior racing experience, apart from the occasional indoor arrive-and-drive kart race, it was clear that skills from iRacing helped him quickly adapt to driving a kart, as many techniques and general racing concepts carried over from the sim world to the real thing.
Joined Vendaval Simracing, and qualified to become a driver in iRacing’s GT World Championship Series, fighting for $10,000 alongside 50 of the best iRacing endurance teams competing in an 8 race, 7-month long championship.
Raced in iRacing’s GT World Championship Series with 1 top 10 finish, along with several strong qualifying performances, including a 3rd place qualifying effort in the opening race. Finished 24th in the standings at the end of the season.
Qualified in the top 30 of the Porsche Simracing Summit Hotlap Competition to win a trip to Porsche’s factory and test track in Leipzig, Germany for a chance to win €30,000
Attended McAleer 3 Day Kart School at OVRP (August)
Raced in 3 OVRP club races and the NY State Championship Race (September-November)
Attended Bertil Roos 3-Day Racing School at PBIR (December)
Tutor – coached a number of drivers with different skill levels from around the world on iRacing in order to improve their performances and to help them overcome their learning plateaus
Continue simracing during free time
Continue to coach iRacing drivers
Race Senior TaG class at OVRP
Attend a 2-Day Racing School to become eligible for SCCA license