Payton Freeman bags $22,000 in biggest win of his career at Deep South...
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Payton Freeman bags $22,000 in biggest win of his career at Deep South...

Payton Freeman bags $22,000 in biggest win of his career at Deep South...

11/21/2022 -
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Loxley, AL. (Nov. 21, 2022) – It only took Payton Freeman a few weeks for him to secure his first major victory with GR Smith’s Team 22 Inc. Following a second place run in the
Jared Fryar ends CARS LMSC Tour season with victory at Caraway Speedwa...

Jared Fryar ends CARS LMSC Tour season with victory at Caraway Speedwa...

11/6/2022 -
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Asheboro, N.C. (Nov. 6, 2022) – Jared Fryar’s consistency was on display during the CARS LMSC Tour finale at Caraway Speedway on Saturday. After starting in the seventh positio
Michael Faulk brings home emotional victory at Tri-County Motor Speed...

Michael Faulk brings home emotional victory at Tri-County Motor Speed...

10/31/2022 -
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Hudson, N.C. (Oct. 31, 2022) – Michael Faulk experienced a blast from the past during Saturday’s 100-lap Late Model Stock feature at Tri-County Motor Speedway. Normally acting

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Boo Boo Dalton

Ross Dalton, better known to his fans by the nickname “Boo Boo,” has been a familiar site at race tracks across the Southeast since making his racing debut in 2009. Since that time Dalton has amassed 139 victories as a driver, a feat that he initially did not think was possible while he was gaining experience against many of the best short track drivers along the East Coast. Becoming a perennial favorite for victories in Limited Late Model competition was a process that required a tremendous amount of trial and error for Dalton, who admits that he still searches for ways to refine his driving style and make his cars faster after each weekend of on-track action. His 2021 season started off with a bang as Dalton captured a victory in the inaugural All Pro Limited Late Model Series race in March of 2021 at Southern National Motorsports Park in Lucama, N.C. He also earned a win earlier in the season at Florence Motor Speedway in Timmonsville, S.C. Social Media Facebook: @RossDaltonRacing Twitter: @BooBooDalton50...more

Coltman Farms Racing

Coltman Farms Racing, which is owned by Brett Coltman and fields a car for veteran dirt racer Kenny Collins, signed with MPM Marketing during the summer of 2022. Coltman is an established business owner with a passion for motorsports. Coltman initially became involved in motorsports as a sponsor by helping young, local racers who needed a hobby and a place to go on Friday or Saturday nights. By 2022 Coltman decided to purchase his own race team, establishing Coltman Farms Racing with Collins as his driver. He launched Coltman Farms Racing this season with support from Longhorn Chassis and power plants from Vic Hill Racing Engines and Andy Durham Racing Engines. The team, which is based in Georgia, has already begun to turn heads. Collins was able to turn the fastest qualifying lap in his group at Ohio’s Eldora Speedway during the Eldora Million. While the team didn’t qualify for the main event, the speed shown by the team has Coltman confident that a trip to Victory Lane is right around the corner. Social Media Facebook: @ColtmanFarmsRacing...more

Delaney Gray

Delaney Gray, a 9-year-old bandolero racer from La Grange, N.C., signed with McCallister Precision Marketing late in 2021. Gray is just beginning to get her feet wet in the racing world by racing a bandolero. She competed this year during the Summer Shootout at Charlotte Motor Speedway and recently made her debut at Goodyear All American Speedway in Jacksonville, N.C. During her time racing at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Gray helped raise money to support Speedway Children’s Charities. By the end of the summer, Gray had raised a whopping $10,010 for the charity, more than any other bandolero team. She is looking forward to continue growing both as a racer and as a person while apart of the MPM Marketing family. Social Media Facebook: Click Here...more

Devon Morgan

Devon Morgan has spent most of his young life in and around racing. The 19-year-old South Carolina driver began his career in the karting world, where he won more than 200 features during an eight year period. Among his many karting accolades are two Daytona Dirt World Championships, two Maxxis National Championships and a Burris National Championship. In 2017 Morgan began to branch out and expanded into the asphalt world, where he began racing limited late models around the Southeastern region. In 2018 he found success on asphalt, winning six limited late model races in a row at South Carolina’s Greenville-Pickens Speedway en route to the class championship at the historic oval. In 2019 Morgan decided to return to his dirt roots, but not before scoring an emphatic win during the Meltdown event at Greenville-Pickens in his limited late model. After that victory he made the move back to dirt, racing a crate sportsman and pure stock at multiple tracks. He collected four dirt victories this year, two in crate sportsman competition at Travelers Rest (S.C.) Speedway and two pure stock triumphs at North Carolina’s Harris Speedway. He was also named the 2019 DRIVEN Racing Oil World Short Track Championship Crate Sportsman Division Sportsman of the Year. In 2020 Morgan shifted his focus to the 602 Late Model division, earning his first win in the class on June 5, 2020 at Georgia’s Lavonia Speedway. He would go on to add additional victories at Cherokee Speedway, Harris Speedway and the Tri-County Race Track throughout the season. After a successful season in 2020, Devon spent 2021 racing the 602 Dirt Late Model around Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Devon was able to capture two wins and six top-five finishes. In 2022, Devon looks to continue racing in the Tri-State area and will expand his racing territory to Florida and Alabama as well. Social Media Facebook: Click Here Twitter: @DevonMorgan12 Instagram: @DevonMorganRacing12 ...more

Jared Fryar

The grandson of legendary dirt track racer Freddy Fryar, Jared Fryar has continued the family racing tradition throughout the Southeast. The 28-year-old competitor has made a name for himself racing asphalt late models and in 2020 become the only driver to win championships in the CARS Super Late Model Tour (2018) and CARS Late Model Stock Tour (2020). The winner of countless races has also broadened his horizons by racing a modified periodically and made his NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour debut in 2021 at Virginia’s Martinsville Speedway. In 2022 Fryar plans to pursue an ambitious schedule in the No. 84 Brandon Gray Racing Late Model Stock while simultaneously maintaining a commitment to compete with Jimmy Mooring in the Sterling Building Group-sponsored No. 14 for approximately 12 events. Social Media Facebook: Click Here Twitter: @JaredFryar14...more

Kenyan Washington

Kenyan Washington, a native of Suffolk, Va., currently resides in Kaiserslautern, Germany, with his parents. His father is an electrical engineer who retired from the United States Navy after 20 years of service and his mother continues to serve in the United States Army, where she is a 17-year veteran. Kenyan Washington became intrigued with racing when he was 2 years old when he saw the Disney movie, Cars, for the first time. He began following NASCAR and began racing go karts when he was 7 years old. Racing at the Club, National and International level, Kenyan Washington has three victories, four podiums and seven top-five finishes. Among his victories is a triumph with the Rotax Max Challenge Germany Series. Washington, who speaks both English and Deutsch, is hoping to continue his racing development in both Europe and the United States. He is expected to continue his karting program in Germany in 2021 while expanding his racing program to possibly include some limited late model events in the United States. He also hopes to be accepted into the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Beginners Program. ...more

Kody King

Fourteen-year-old Kody King started his racing career when he was just 6 years old by racing go-karts. He spent four years racing go-karts around the Midwest, earning 31 feature victories in eight different states. He also claimed the 2016 Midwest Dirt Kart Challenge Shootout championship and the 2017 O’Reilly National Indoor Karting Championship in the Pro Jr. 1 division. After his successful stint racing go-karts, Kody began racing a Bandolero in 2017. In 2018 he put together his most successful season to date, earning eight victories in five different states while also earning a prestigious victory in the Bandolero portion of the King of the Highbanks event at Wisconsin’s Slinger Super Speedway. In 2019 Kody had one of the best seasons of his young career. The native of Clear Lake, Iowa, earned a fourth-place finish in the overall INEX National Bandolero Bandit standings and his strong season-long performance in multiple states across the country was also enough for him to win the INEX Bandolero Bandit National Touring championship. In 41 races across the United States in 2019, King earned 11 victories at six tracks in six states, including Minnesota, Texas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado and Michigan. He also earned 24 podium finishes and 32 top-five finishes. Kody spent the 2020 season getting his feet wet in full-sized late models with the CRA Jr. Late Model Series, earning a pole and several top-five finishes along the way while also racing a Legend car in his spare time. This year he’ll continue his shift to late models by competing in select events with Lee Faulk Racing and Development. Social Media Facebook: @Kody King Motorsports Twitter: @KodyKing_14 Instagram: @KodyKingMotorsports ...more

Payton Freeman

Payton Freeman burst on to the dirt super late model scene in 2021. In his first full season of super late model racing, Freeman hit the road with the Southern All Star Series. Along the way he earned victories at Clayhill Speedway in Atwood, Tenn., and I-75 Raceway in Sweetwater, Tenn. Those two victories, coupled with a consistent season, allowed Freeman to secure the Southern All Star Series championship as well as the series’ rookie of the year award. In total, Freeman picked up four victories on dirt during the 2021 season. The native of Commerce, Ga., grew up racing. He started in go karts before eventually working his way from four cylinders to 604 dirt late models. In November of 2018 a fire devastated the family race shop and put Freeman on the sidelines. Undeterred, Freeman and company were back on track by March of the following year. In his first race back after the fire, Freeman drove to victory at Georgia’s Senoia Raceway. Social Media Facebook: @PaytonFreemanRacing Twitter: @PaytonFreemanF1...more

Ryan Lynch

Hailing from the Lone Star State, Ryan Lync started his racing career at the age of 8 in go-karts. During the first seven years of his career he would rack up seven local karting championships and a podium finish in the 2004 IKF Road Race Grand Nationals. He would continue karting and advanced into IMCA Limited Modified racing in east Texas while working on his college degree. In 2008, after settling into his new career as a software developer, Ryan would spend any spare time focusing on the pursuit of a dream in stock car racing. From 2009 until now, his racing journey has taken him to many tracks across the United States, where he has had the opportunity to work with notable teams and crew chiefs while enjoying some exciting finishes and spending time with fans of the sport. After a third-place finish in the U.S. Legends Series Texas Motor Speedway Summer Stampede in 2009, Ryan competed with the United States Super Truck Series in 2010. With a combination of short tracks and super speedways, he would gain valuable track experience and finish fifth in overall points. Since then, some of Ryan’s top achievements include obtaining his Master ARCA license at Daytona International Speedway, finishing 13th in his ARCA debut in Salem, Ind., and placing 16th in his first televised race with the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East at South Boston Speedway in Virginia. In 2012, Ryan continued to hit the track with United States Super Trucks and the ARCA Midwest Tour, all while preparing for his debut in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series. Ryan made his Truck Series debut in 2012 at Iowa Speedway and would make a further five starts between 2012 and 2016, including three at his home track, Texas Motor Speedway. He earned his career-best finish of 22nd in 2014 during a start at Texas Motor Speedway. Social Media Facebook: @OfficialRyanLynchRacing Twitter: RyanLynchRacing ...more

Sam Hinds

From Westfield, Ind., 16-year-old Sam Hinds began racing when he was 5 years old by competing in sprint karting events. He claimed his first championships during the 2012 season, winning Kid Kart championships at New Castle Motorsports Park in Newcastle, Ind., and Whiteland Raceway Park in Whiteland, Ind. In the years that followed Hinds would earn multiple World Karting Association and Route 66 Sprint Series triumphs before transitioning to the Mel Kenyon Midget Series last year. During his rookie campaign with the series, Hinds won four races and came up 15 points short of capturing the series championship. Despite failing to claim the series championship, Hinds was declared the Mel Kenyon Midget Series Rookie of the Year Award. This season Hinds plans to continue racing in the Mel Kenyon Midget Series while also competing in some local dirt events later in the year. Hinds also hopes to test an asphalt sprint car at Indiana’s Anderson Speedway at some point this year. Social Media Facebook: @SHindsRR...more

Wyatt Wilkerson

A resident of Sweet Lake, Louisiana, 604 Late Model competitor Wyatt Wilkerson joined the MPM Marketing family in the summer of 2022. Wilkerson’s dream of being a race car driver began when he started racing go-karts at five years old. Since then, Wilkerson has been gradually developing his skills by competing in several different racing divisions. He competed in the IMCA Red River Modified Tour Southern SportMod Division and All-Star Shootout fueled by Fast Shafts SportMod Division last year and has made two appearances in the American Crate Late Model Series in 2022. He has continued to expand his racing repertoire by racing 604 Late Models during the 2022 season....more