About Cahall Racing

Cahall Racing began from humble beginnings back in March of 2009. After a number of years of high-performance driving events in the Seattle and Northern Virginia areas, Ted Cahall decided to apply for his SCCA Club Racing Novice Permit and finish Drivers School. After renting a car from Meathead Racing and barely passing his second drivers school at Summit Point Raceway in WV, Ted began his first year of wheel-to-wheel competition in the SCCA. He obtained his regional racing license after his first two rookie races. By the end of 2009 and 4 additional regional races later, Ted obtained his national competition license as well.

In March 2010, Ted talked his brother, Larry Cahall, into joining him at a refresher drivers school at Summit Point. Larry passed his double driver's school and obtained his Novice Permit and went on to obtain his regional and national SCCA Club Racing competition licenses.

In March of 2011, youngest brother Bob Cahall joined Ted and Larry and obtained his Novice Permit. Bob had a bit more fun than his brothers and really pushed the bounds of the school and the car. Needless to say the damage was repaired and Bob went on to obtain his regional and national competition licenses in record time by competing in three different classes. He raced his first national race in his rookie year of racing, something neither of his older brothers had done.