Colin Mullan Racing
Welcome to Colin Mullan Racing!
In April of 2008, Colin started racing quarter midgets just before his sixth birthday. In his first season, he set a world record for the fastest lap by a Jr. Novice at the Ernie Bose World Record Race in San Bernardino, CA. He also won the Jr. Novice Monza Championship and has had numerous wins at Baylands in San Jose and Tri-Valley in Livermore.
In 2009, Colin moved from Novice to Junior Honda and added another car to his collection, a Junior Stock car. He finished third in points in Tri-Valley with his Junior Stock car and fifth in his Junior Honda car.
During the 2010 season, Colin consistently demonstrated the ability to be an intelligent driver who can avoid accidents on the track and pick the best time to pass. Colin won the Junior Stock Championship at Baylands and finished second in the Junior Honda Division. He also set a track record at Baylands in Junior Stock with a lap time of 6.2921.
In 2011, Colin moved to Mini-Cups (1/2 Scale NASCAR). With speeds up to 75 mph, Colin had a lot to learn but enjoyed the challenge. He finished the Stockton 99 Series finishing third and finished fourth in the WSRA Series. Colin raced at Stockton 99 Raceway, All American Raceway in Roseville, Madera Speedway and Shasta Raceway with one victory and multiple top 5 finishes.
Colin ran a limited schedule for 2012. He had 3 Trophy Dash wins and 1 Main Event victory during the season.
In 2013, Colin ran 3 races for Mini-Cups with 1 Main Event win and 1 Trophy Dash win. He focused on a new race series in karting. He competed in the Red Line Oil Karting Championship at Sonoma, finishing with four podiums and a fourth place in the championship.
In 2014, Colin competed in the Red Line Oil Karting Championship again, with six podiums including one win. He was able to win the Championship, and also received the Rising Star Award.
In 2015, Colin raced in the Junior Rotax class in the Sanzaru Games Karting Championship. He had two second-place finishes and one third place finish. He finished the season with third place overall in the championship.
In 2016, Colin won the Sanzaru Games Karting Championship, winning three races. He has also completed a 3-day Skip Barber Formula School, and multiple track days in a Spec Miata, and has been nominated for the VMB scholarship.
2017 marks Colin's step from karts to cars. He raced the FormulaSPEED with World Speed Motorsports in the Formula Car Challenge all year, securing three wins and seven podiums throughout the season. He has also done a one-off race weekend with Jay Howard's MDD F4 Team. He had a best finish of 5th and got the JRi Shocks Hard Charger Award.