Like its pilot, Evan's CORR Pro-2 Chevy Silverado spends most of the season perched in the transporter or flying around the fender-to-fender tracks of the CORR circuit. We caught both driver and driven at home in Riverside, California, after a hard-fought racing season. Evans built the space-frame truck in-house, with help from a variety of sponsors. "Companies were reluctant to sponsor me at first," Evan recalls. "When Chevrolet signed on, that broke the ice, and other companies were eager to sponsor me after that." Veteran fabricator Nye Frank laid the foundation by helping to craft the basic chassis. The 1-3/4-inch 4130 chrome-moly tubing was fused together one painstaking TIG-weld at a time. After the metallic skeleton's outline was completed, Evan changed a few things to his liking and finished the truck. Tubing, tabs, and brackets found their places and were soon filled with race-worthy componentry. Build time was about five months from start to start-up.