Director of Competition
Walter started riding at age 5. Soon after he started racing at the local dirt track. Through the years Walter has raced motocross, arena-cross, cross country, hare-scrambles, flat track, before finally getting into road racing in 1990. From 1990 to 1998 Walter raced with the CMRA, WERA, CCS, AMA and several other racing organizations. In 1998 Walter volunteered to Work at CMRA events as an assistant in Tech. Over the years Walter served the CMRA in Tech, at Pit Out, as a Grid Marshal, as Starter, as Outrider, as Assistant Race Director, as Race Director starting in 2002, and finally as Director of Competition. Along with his work for the CMRA Walter also became the Safety Coordinator for AMA ProRacing in late 2008. From there he moved to a position in Race Control. In 2014 Walter went to work for MotoAmerica where he currently serves as Deputy Race Director. Walter also serves as time keeper and manages Race Control for World Superbike and MotoGP at their US rounds. Walter holds an FIM Officials License as a Clerk of the Course and Sporting Steward for Circuit Racing.
Location: Waco, TX
First bike: Sears Minibike
Favorite bike: Honda CBR600F2/F3
Favorite track: Oak Hill Raceway Henderson, TX