Why he’s fearless?
In the early nineties when he was 31, Marcus was stationed in Japan with the Navy. A gear-head since he was a young boy, who fell in love with drag racing and all kinds of fast vehicles as a teenager, he had his dream cycle while stationed here. But one day, while driving back to the base, he was hit and flew in the air, breaking his back on impact.
At first Marcus couldn’t see the joy or purpose of his situation, but quickly that changed and within a year Marcus was driving a SUV with hand controls. He wanted more than anything however to get back into drag racing. Drag racing is considered one of the safest motor sports since no turns are required. Marcus is a big fan of the 1/4 mile drag race, which has been his favorite race since he started drag racing.