Lee Faulk Racing and Growth is proud to announce the signing of 16-year-old Isaac “Ike” Bevin.
The Kentucky native will compete in roughly 10 late mannequin inventory automotive occasions for Lee Faulk Racing and Growth this season at quite a lot of tracks.
Bevin has accomplished 4 assessments for Lee Faulk Racing and Growth at Hickory (N.C.) Motor Speedway and Tri-County Motor Speedway in Hudson, N.C., in preparation for his debut with the crew.
“I’m grateful and excited to be becoming a member of Lee Faulk Racing as I transfer into the world of late mannequin competitors,” stated Bevin. “They’ve an important repute for placing quick vehicles on the monitor and creating expert drivers. I’m assured that they may put together me effectively for my continued journey to the very best ranges of NASCAR.”
The highschool sophomore turned his first laps in a kart when he was 9 years outdated, however didn’t flip his first skilled laps till the 2020 season. He captured the Kentucky State Younger Lions Legends automotive championship and was ranked sixth within the nation within the Younger Lions division.
Along with his success in Kentucky, he additionally loved success throughout the US at main occasions. He scored a victory in his first Legends automotive race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, gained the 2020 Asphalt Nationals Race of Champions at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and completed second in his division on the 2020 World Highway Course Finals at Atlanta Motorsports Park in Dawsonville, Ga.
In simply 15 months, Bevin has earned victories in New Hampshire, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee and Nevada.
“We’re excited to welcome Isaac to Lee Faulk Racing and Growth this season,” stated Lee Faulk Racing and Growth’s Michael Faulk. “Within the few alternatives we’ve needed to check Isaac, he’s proven a number of pace and a pure capacity behind the wheel. He has no downside listening to route, which might be essential as he makes the transition to late mannequin inventory vehicles.
“We’re wanting ahead to hitting the monitor with Isaac this season. Will probably be enjoyable to see what he can do.”
Bevin will make his debut with Lee Faulk Racing and Growth this Saturday at Tri-County Motor Speedway.