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Hometown: Erie, Colorado

Birthday: March 27, 1989

Racing Since: 1994

Family: Wife Katie,  Son Tanner, Parents Mike and Carrie

Home track: Colorado National Speedway

Education: Colorado State University

(Bachelor’s degree-Business Management)

Hobbies: RC Racing

Occupation: Project Manager


Favorite NASCAR driver?  “Martin Truex Jr.; Beyond his talent behind the wheel of a racecar, I have always admired his positive attitude both on and off the racetrack.  Whether he is winning for the Denver based Furniture Row Racing team, or fallen prey to mechanical issues, he always delivers a positive interview and outlook on the situation.”

Favorite racecar you have driven? “Getting back into the    NASCAR Camping World Truck Series has reminded me how fun that series and speed of racing is.  There is nothing that compares to racing in the draft at 190 MPH!”

What do you see as your competitive advantage as a driver?  “My racing work ethic, as well as my knowledge of how a racecar reacts to chassis changes as I have worked on my own racecars throughout my whole career.  Also, the opportunities to work with so many well-known crew chiefs, and learning all their diverse approaches to setting up, as well as making changes to the racecar on race day.“

Favorite race track?  “After racing Texas Motor speedway this past season, and after being fastest in overall practice, qualifying 4th in the first round of qualifying and racing inside the top 5 for a big portion of the race, I would have to say Texas is one of my new favorite race tracks!”



  • 9 NASCAR K&N West Wins

  • 32 Super Late Model Wins

  • 69 Legend Wins

  • 2 Super Truck Wins

112 WINS 

2018: (4) NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Starts for DGR-Crosley (Best finish: 10th at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. (2) top five qualifying efforts (Kentucky / Las Vegas).  Super Late Model Chilly Willy 150 Winner (Tucson, AZ)!  4th at Summer Showdown (Evergreen, WA)   (4) Super Late Model wins in just 9 starts.

2017: (4) NASCAR K&N West wins (Tucson, Orange Show, Colorado, Evergreen), (4) K&N West Poles, (11) top five’s in 14 starts and 2nd in NASCAR K&N West final point standings, (5) Super Late Model Wins, (7) Legend car Wins, Super Late Model Turkey Shoot 125 Winner (Tucson AZ.)

2016: Sophomore year with Bill McAnally Racing in K&N West.  Captured 2 wins at Colorado & Orange Show, 1 Coors Light Pole Award with 5 front row qualifying efforts, and 7 top-three podium finishes in 14 starts.  Made limited Super Late Model and Legend starts with self-managed team; Challenge Cup Super Late Model winner and 3 Legend wins.

2015: Earned K&N West championship in first full season competing in NASCAR K&N West series, driving for Bill McAnally Racing.  Produced 2 wins at Irwindale & Shasta and 9 top-five finishes in 13 starts.

2014: Scored first career K&N West win at Colorado National in second series start and first outing with BMR.  Won 3 Super Late Model events, 3 Legend wins and the Colorado National Legend track championship with self-managed team.  Also made 1 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start at Iowa finishing 19th for SS Green Light Racing.

2012-13: Limited Super Late Model starts with self-managed team at hometrack of Colorado National, collecting 5 wins and 13 top-five finishes.  Legend track championship in 2013.

2011: Winner of the highest paying Super Late Model PASS series $75K-to-win “The Race” at North Wilkesboro Speedway in NC, driving for SS Green Light Racing; 5 Super Late Model Wins and 2 Legend Wins at Colorado National with family-owned team.

2010: Made 5 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts for SS Green Light Racing with Butch Miller as Crew Chief.  Finished 11th at Martinsville debut  (also raced Nashville Superspeedway, Kansas, Charlotte, & Iowa); 6 Super Late Model wins and 3 Legend Wins at Colorado National with family-owned team.

2009: Earned ASA Late Model Series North Division championship with 2 wins and 2 track records, driving for 5K Motorsports of Wisconsin.  Finished 4th in ASA Challenge Division points; 2nd place in Rowdy Busch 150

2007-08:  Scored first Super Late Model win in 2007 with family-owned team; continued Legend racing with 9 wins

2005-06: Legend Rookie of the Year in ’05; Legend track champion in ’06 at Colorado National & Rocky Mountain Legend Racing Association regional tour champion

1994-04:  6-time Quarter Midget National Champion with 3 World Records, 335 wins, 49 track records, and 86 quick times

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