North Carolina-born Harrison Rhodes took to auto racing at the young age of 10. He began with midget cars, which proved very successful. Over that four-year period, Rhodes scored many wins, including top 3 finishes. By the very end of 2007, Rhodes joined Dan Snyder Racing and upgraded to racing Legends cars. Rhodes stuck with this for two years. In his first year, he had four wins. In the second year, he’d won 33 feature races. He racked up many other awards too: North Carolina State Points and Concord Speedway Track Championship. He also finished 2nd in the National Points Standings. This string of great feats led to something even greater… Read Full Bio here.
All hail the “Watermelon King.” South Florida native Ross Chastain is an 8th generation farmer. Not only is watermelon farming in his blood, but so is auto racing. His father, grandfather, and younger brother have all competed in auto racing. So it’s no shocker that at the ripe age of 12, Chastain knew his destiny was on the track. Starting with short track, Chastain dominated all along the Florida region, including Fastruck “Fast Kid” Series and the late model. Chastain’s great success led him to be crowned a 2011 World Series of Asphalt Champion. But this is only a small glimpse into his beginning victories… Read full bio here.
Georgia native Garrett Smithley started his racing career in late 2007. The then-15-year-old started driving Bandolero cars at the Atlanta Motor Speedway and Lanier National Speedway. After finishing his first year in the top 10 of the Young Guns Division, he then went on to win Rookie of the Year in 2008. He’s also won many other championship series all throughout the Southeast. That also includes U.S. Legends car series. Smithley’s success has garnered so much attention, that it’s landed him in the Richard Petty Driver Search – a national driver development program. After competing in the program, he was promoted in 2011 to become a driving instructor. And that’s only the tip of the iceberg…Read Full Bio here.