Stress Engineering Services to Support Dakota Dickerson for 2018 F4 U.S. Season

Dakota Dickerson RacingLEXINGTON, OHIO (June 28, 2018)  – Dakota Dickerson Racing announced today the addition of Stress Engineering Services Inc., Houston, Texas, as a new sponsor for its 2018 F4 U.S. Championship program. Dickerson is well aware that none of this would have happened without the precious help of one of his present supporters Roxanna Balden Anslyn (@Roxbalden) of RoxBalden LLC domiciled in Austin, Texas.

The young California driver was excited to welcome the new sponsor. “I am extremely grateful to be able to represent Stress Engineering Services for the remainder of the F4 United States Championship. We will be fighting hard to give them excellent results and I can’t thank everyone involved enough for making this opportunity turn into a reality.”

Terry Lechinger, Vice-President of Stress Engineering Services, said, “We are proud to be supporting Dakota Dickerson in this year’s F4 U.S. Championship program and we look forward to seeing him win it this year.”

Dickerson who is driving for DC Autosport, has had a great start to the season and is aiming to score more podiums this weekend, as he stands 2nd in the Championship, just six points out of first place. “The goal is the Championship, and nothing less” says the San Diego native.

Be sure to join us for this weekend’s F4 U.S. races this weekend at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.  Race times are as follows:

Saturday:             Race 1 – 4:30 PM

Sunday:                Race 2 – 10:15 AM  |  Race 3 – 1:55 PM

Dakota Dickerson’s race fans can follow him on his website, Instagram (@dickersonracing), Facebook (Dakota Dickerson Racing) and on Twitter (@DickersonRacing).

About Dakota Dickerson Racing:
Dakota Dickerson is a third generation racer from San Diego, CA. The 21 year old has been racing since he was 6 years old and is currently racing with DC Autosport in the F4 US Championship. In his first two years of racing cars he won a Driver Development scholarship from Bryan Herta Autosport (2 time Indianapolis 500 winning team), a Karts to Cars scholarship from Skip Barber Racing School, was chosen to be one of two drivers to represent the United States overseas via the Team USA Scholarship and was the 2016 USF2000 Mazda Scholarship Driver. With this success, he hopes to continue on to the Verizon INDYCAR Series.

About Stress Engineering Services, Inc.:
Since 1972, Stress Engineering Services, Inc. has been a global leader in consulting engineering services and solutions for a variety of industries. Stress Engineering Services is committed to providing the most comprehensive design, analysis and testing services with an unsurpassed level of engineering integrity and skill. The company’s multi-disciplinary engineering methods, advanced technology, innovative applications and highly knowledgeable and experienced staff provide proven, quantifiable benefits to its worldwide portfolio of clients. Stress Engineering Services is headquartered in Houston, with offices in Cincinnati; New Orleans; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Calgary, Alberta; and Singapore. For more information, visit

About SCCA Pro Racing:
SCCA Pro Racing is a division of the Sports Car Club of America, Inc. — a 65,000-member organization dedicated to motorsports. SCCA Pro Racing provides full-service organization, operation and sanctioning for numerous professional racing series such as Trans Am® and Formula E.

About the F4 U.S. Championship:
FIA F4 is designed as entry-level open-wheel racing for participants, around a contemporary, modern, cost conscious formula. SCCA Pro Racing and its chosen partners embrace these ideals and support this vision through advanced technology and products. The selected F4 power plant is a production-based engine powering the Honda Civic® Type R® recently launched in Europe, tuned to meet FIA-mandated output of approximately 160 hp. The engine and the ECU are sealed to provide parity and compliance. The Ligier JS F4 carbon fiber chassis, the Pirelli Tires and Honda engine are assembled in Denver, North Carolina by Onroak Automotive North America.

For more information:
Anne Roy
(514) 627-0191  |


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