2014: Will compete for the prestigious Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year award in the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series.
2013: Competed in 96 410 sprint car events, recording five victories, three second-place finishes, three third-place finishes, four fourth-place finishes and eight fifth-place finishes. Total top-five finishes were 23; total top-10 finishes numbered 46. The five feature victories came April 20 at Lincoln (Pa.) Speedway; Aug. 16 at Williams Grove (Pa.) Speedway; Aug. 17 at Port Royal (Pa.) Speedway (Keith Kauffman Farewell Tribute Race); Oct. 6 at Selinsgrove (Pa.) Speedway and Oct. 20 at Lincoln Speedway. The latter was "The Last Call Season Finale Show," which was a farewell tribute to Fred Rahmer. He also finished 20th in the B-main at the Knoxville Nationals in Knoxville, Iowa, which attracted over 100 cars.
2012: Voted National 410 Sprint Car Rookie of the Year by the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum. Was also named the Speedway Motors Central Pa. 410 Rookie of the Year and the Williams Grove Speedway Rookie of the Year.
2011: Earned the Central Pa. 358 points championship with eight feature victories at four different tracks. Led Central Pa. series with the most top-five finishes with 24. Won the three biggest 358 sprint car races in that series with victories in the Firecracker 30 and the Jim Nace Memorial at Selinsgrove Speedway and the 358 Championship race at Lincoln Speedway. Also won the 358-360 National Open at Selinsgrove.
2010: Youngest driver ever to win Lincoln Speedway's 358 track championship. Won one feature there and had a total of 19 top-five finishes and 13 top 10s.
2009: Rookie season in 358 sprint cars but won at Trail-Way (Pa.) Speedway. Also competed at three other Pennsylvania tracks: Lincoln, Williams Grove and Susquehanna. In addition to the victory, also posted three top-five finishes, nine top-10s and earned the Hard-Charger Award at Williams Grove. Earned the ARCH (Auto Racing Club of Hagerstown) Junior Achievement award.
2008: Drove a 358 sprint car for the first time, running three events. Started at the back of the pack and finished 13th in his first 358 sprint car feature at Trail-Way Speedway.
2007: Finished third in points in the Junior Champ class in go-kart competition at Hunterstown (Pa.) Speedway.
2006: Double championship year, earning the drivers' title in both the Junior Restricted 575 class and the Junior Champ class at Hunterstown.
2005: Champion of the Box Stock 575 class at Hunterstown Speedway. He also won nine out of 11 races in the Junior Champ 500 Cage class and seven of nine races in the Junior Champ class at Hunterstown.
2004: Earned the Box Stock 500 class championship at two different speedways: Trail-Way Speedway and Hunterstown. Also finished second in the Junior Champ 500 Cage class at Hunterstown.
2003: Finished fourth in World Karting Association (WKA) Junior Sportsman I Lite; fifth in WKA Junior Sportsman I Heavy and 12th in WKA Junior Champ divisions. Won the Pennsylvania Dirt Karting Association (PDKA) Junior Sportsman I Lite championship and finished second in both the PDKA's Junior Sportsman Heavy and Junior Champ divisions.
2002: Champion of WKA's Junior Light division at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway, beating 48 other competitors. Champion of the 425 Box Stock class at Hunterstown Speedway.
2001: Rookie of the Year at Hunterstown Speedway at the age of 8 with three feature victories and nine second-place finishes in 425 Box Stock class. Finished fourth overall in points at this one-fifth-mile dirt track.
1995: Got behind the wheel of a go-kart for the first time at Allen's Kartway (now Speedway 94) in Hanover, Pa., at the age of 2.
Grandson of National Sprint Car Hall of Fame driver Bobby Allen.
Voted National 410 Sprint Car Rookie of the Year by the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame in 2012. Also named the Speedway Motors Central Pa. 410 Rookie of the Year and the Williams Grove Speedway Rookie of the Year in 2012.
Earned the Central Pa. 358 sprints point championship in 2011.
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