Pacific Racing Organization
Pacific Racing Organization’s founder, owner and operator Ted DeVol is an avid motorcycle enthusiast that believe in the values that motocross instills in the riders, families, and fans. At nearly 50 years of age, Ted is still an active rider/racer, which helps him understand all aspects of race series promotions. Ted makes his number one priority the rider, their safety on and off the track at all times during competition and leisure.
Web/Social Media/Sign-ups/Lap Checker
Cristina and her family started racing in 2008. What she loves most about this sport is the amount of time she gets to spend with her family. At the races, you will find her at sign-ups and when the racing starts she’s at the tower where she prefers to be outside watching all the action and knows racers by their numbers, not faces. Behind the scenes Cristina manages the PRO website and race prep. She is employed full-time with an Accounting firm in Seattle and when she and her family are not racing she enjoys everything DIY on blogging on her website.
30 Second Board
I am 22 years old and I live in Snohomish, WA. I graduated high school from Zillah High School in 2015. In 2017 I starting working for Pacific Racing Organization as their Thirty Second Board Girl. I also race the P.R.O. Series while I work and have taken a few series championships throughout the years.
Charla grew up in the moto community starting on her first motocycle at 5 years old. Since then she has worked at Renton Motocycle Center and tracks all over Washington state. She is married to Brett and together have two children Wyatt (WD-40) and Reese who both race. For the 2019 race season, Charla and her bulldog will be in charge of the office.
Tripp raced AMA Flat Track and Motocross throughout Washington and Idaho alongside legendary riders like Lowell Thompson and two time AMA Grand National Champion Joe Kopp.
After having way too much fun for nearly 25 years making people laugh on the radio every day throughout Eastern Washington state, Tripp Rogers decided to get a real job..at least a real WEEKEND job. In 2000, Tripp, along with Jeff “Jeff-hova” Bertch, began announcing for the Pacific Racing Organization. He remembers, “The first year up in Spokane, it snowed on 600+ riders and thousands of spectators..hard! There were no windows in the sound tower and we were freezing! The cd player kept freezing.. everything had snow on it!”
He also announced with Jeff at the first TOP GUN race at a track once known as Thurston County. Tripp has occasionally filled in over the years for legendary Voice of the Northwest and long time P.R.O. announcer Brian Barnes and now, as he assumes the role handed down by him, plays Brians “Prayer of the Northwest MX Rider” before every race he announces as a tribute to his friend.
You can always catch Tripp on TV announcing Motocross races, and other events throughout Washington, Idaho, and Montana on SWX Television