Amy has been a member of the crew since the 2006 season and is an essential part of the RPM machine. She started out as a mud scraper and worked her way into the tire pressure checker roll and now lives a comfortable life as the teams set-up note taker and wife of former driver Robin Cully.
Andy has been racing with R.P.M. since the 2009 season and was huge motivation for Ryan to keep driving after his dad broke his back in the winter of 2009. Andy became the whole shop crew for the 2009 season and stepped in as webmaster for the 2010-2011 season. At the track Andy became responsible for many tasks such as stagger charts and starting the ever so handy R.P.M. In-Car Cam.
In Ian's day job you might find him wrenching on Toyota camry at the Burlington Toyota store. But under the lights at Deming speedway you'll find him being a jack of all trades whether it is adding fuel, tightening tires or just plain making the car shine like the day it was painted Ian works his tail off and is humble doing it. With a rag in one hand and a wrench in the other Ian devours the often forgotten tasks on a racecar with no complaints.
Original car owner and father of both Robin and Ryan, Rick has owned 7 different sprint cars in his decades of racing. Rick has seen and done a little bit of everything. The nick name Ricky Poo was given to him by Deming Speedways track owner Paul Lemley. Ricky started his active participation in racing with his uncle at the age of 16. He even made a debut as a driver in a super stock where he coined the phrase, "Those who can do, and those who can't teach." He later hung up the helmet and started racing with The Rocket Rod Perkins.
Robin is Co-Owner and former driver of the RPM D.L.H. 1200cc minisprint. Robin drove in the 1200 for four years, one of which he spent in his own D.L.H. During this season he won an "A" main feature at the 2006 Clay Cup Championships. Other highlights of Robin's career include, an award for best appearing crew in the 250Jr. Class and a feature win in the 250 Jr. Class. Robin's current role on and off the track is to keep young driver and brother Ryan Cully in check and make him the most successful driver he can be.
A 2011 addition to the team, Thomas had been hired on to take care of RPM's video. A 2010 graduate from Anacortes high school, Thomas brings a great deal of vision and enthusiasm to the promotion of the team.