Hailing from North Port, Florida, Alexis Olivera made the trek from the southeast corner of the country to the American heartland of Oklahoma for the first annual running of The Invite presented by Dunlop. The fourteen-year-old came to Hallett Motor Racing Circuit for the first time and decided to compete in the 300 & 400 (14-24) class, 300 & 400 Shoot-Out, and the 300 Expert division aboard her Kawasaki Ninja 300. In the 300 & 400 (14-24) class, things started off well for the young Floridian as she finished in 4th position, just off the podium in the opening race. In the second race, she managed to improve her best lap time by a whopping two full seconds, although she wasn’t able to improve her finishing position from 4th. In the 300 & 400 Shoot-Out races, Olivera did her best to battle against the superior power of the 400cc bikes in the class and rode to a 12th place result in the first ten-lap event. In the second race which was also her final session of the weekend, she finished in 11th position and managed to get her lap time down to a 1:31.126, almost breaking into the 1:30’s. In the 300 Expert division, she finished in 6th place in all four races and similarly improved her lap times from the Saturday to Sunday in an impressive fashion, chopping a couple of seconds off of her times.