Things are shaping up for Team EJP Racing.  Patrick Prescott is healed up from his two surgeries from separate incidents on the same leg, resulting in eight months off the bike and out of action.  He was cleared to play high school hockey and has just finished up the season. He is looking forward to getting back on the bike and will most likely be taking it slowly this season hoping to get back to having fun on two wheels.   

Andy Mathieu is looking to pick up right where he left off with his winning ways.  Mathieu has made the trip to Daytona where he will be the first of the EJP camp to unveil the team’s newest sponsor, Picarazzi.  Mathieu will be racing the Husky 450 in the 25-plus and 35-plus classes as well as piloting the Husky 125 in the two-stroke class for only the second time.  Mathieu will be racing on March 11 and 12.

Reid Lanpher will be making a trip to the west coast, racing in the K&N  Pro Series West at Kern County Raceway Park in Bakersfield, California.  Lanpher will be racing a car for Jefferson Pitts Racing. The familiar #59 that Reid has raced to many victories, two NASCAR Late Model state titles and two track championships, as well as back-to-back runner up finishes in the famed Oxford 250, will be on the car.  Reid will be working with Jefferson Pitts Racing at both Bristol in April and New Hampshire in July.  Picarazzi will be riding along as well as 

Lance Campers and Fastway Trailer Products for the California event.  Lanpher will be teammates with 2014 NASCAR Monster Energy Drink Champion, Kevin Harvick, as well as Will Rodgers and 15-year old Austin Herzog.  

“We are excited to get 2018 kicked off early with Mathieu at Daytona and Lanpher on the west coast”, said team owner Steve Prescott.  “We are extremely excited to bring Picarazzi, a newevent sharing photo app, into the motorsports world. Giving them a taste of two wheels in Daytona with the #53 and in California with Lanpher in the #59.  The app is brand new and we are using the Beta test version right now.  From what we see, the uniqueness and ease of use with Picarazzi will clearly make this the photo app you will want to use for all of your special events.”

Picarazzi founder Allen Berube is equally as enthusiastic about this opportunity.

Picarazzi is an anonymous picture-sharing app that let’s you see all of the pictures and video being taken around you in live time by any other Picarazzi users.

Picarazzi is map-based, so when somebody takes a picture it drops on the map for the entire Picarazzi community to see.

Stay tuned for more updates on Team EJP Racing and the new Picarazzi App!