Young Drivers….If you are interested in making the next step in your racing career, either into the NASCAR K&N Pro Series or the NASCAR Nationwide Series, MacDonald Motorsports has you covered. We offer Driver Development programs with driver coaching, testing, and races in both the Nationwide and K&N Pro Series.
MacDonald Motorsports offers top-of-the-line equipment and a platform to advance eventually into the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Interested drivers with funding can contact Randy MacDonald at 336-491-8572 or by email at email@example.com.
Originally from Ontario, California, Jason Bowles moved up through the open wheel and road racing ranks on the west coast as a teenager before transitioning to stock cars in 2006.
After one season in late models at Toyota Speedway in Irwindale, CA, Jason moved up to the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. Eight top-5s, a pole, and two wins propelled Bowles to a third place finish in the championship.
In 2008, Jason picked up five poles and four victories on his way to a second place championship finish. After third and second place finishes, 2009 became the magic year. Ten top-5’s, three more poles, and three more victories along with an average finish of fourth brought Jason the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West championship.
In 2011, Jason landed arguably his biggest victory of his career by winning the Toyota All Star Showdown at Toyota Speedway in Irwindale, CA. Jason also ran three Nationwide Series races for Rusty during the 2011 season. In only his third NNS start, he finished a solid 13th place run in August 2011 at Montreal.
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Austin Hill, from Winston, Georgia, is a very experienced legends racer with multiple track championships and wins. He is the 2008 Legends Semi-Pro Summer Shootout Champion and the 2009 Legends Pro Champion at Atlanta Motor Speedway. In recent years, Hill has competed in a number of late model races across the South East, including the prestigious World Crown 300 at Gresham Motorsports Park. This summer racing in the Legends Big Money 100 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Austin qualified on the outside of the front row and ran an excellent race, finishing second against one of the toughest fields in legends racing history.
In 2012, Austin is running select races for MacDonald Motorsports in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East. In his first start, Austin qualified 13th and finished 18th at Columbus Motor Speedway.
Harrison started his racing career at the age of 10, racing quarter midgets. He successfully raced quarter midgets for 4 years and had many wins and top 3 finishes in the process.
In December of 2007, Harrison started racing legends cars with Dan Snyder Racing. In Harrison’s first year of racing legends, he had 4 wins and he finished 7th in the points standings at the Summer Shootout.
In his second year of legends competition, Harrison won 33 feature races. He also won the Concord Speedway Track Championship, the North Carolina State Points, and he finished 2nd in the National Points Standings.
In 2012, Harrison is racing in the NASCAR Whelen All American Series, the CARS Pro Cup Series with Wes Gonder Racing, and a few selected PASS South Super Late Model races. Harrison’s confidence propels his desire to win at every race he attends. Harrison’s goals are to keep winning and eventually fulfill his goal of racing in the very top of the NASCAR ranks. But anyone who’s seen him in action knows that when it comes to his future, the sky’s the limit.
In 2010, Harrison began racing in the NASCAR Whelen All American Series in a Late Model Stock Car. In the season, Harrison was awarded the Caraway Speedway Rookie of the Year Award. He also was the youngest racer to make the Martinsville Speedway race where 43 cars out of 85 were able to start the race. Harrison was also the youngest racer to race the the 250 lap Myrtle Beach 400.
In 2011, Harrison is raced in the NASCAR Whelen All American Series and in the UARA Late Model Series. He finished with one win at Tri-County Motor Speedway and many top fives at Motor Mile Speedway.
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