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D.O.B.: 2/26/2006

Hometown: Supply, NC

Landen Lewis is a talented and passionate racecar driver who has made a significant impact in the world of motorsports. Born and raised with a love for speed and competition, Landen discovered his passion for racing at an early age. With unwavering determination and natural talent, he quickly rose through the ranks, showcasing his skill and dedication on the track.

From his early days in karting to his remarkable performances in various racing series, Landen has proven himself as a force to be reckoned with. Known for his exceptional driving skills, sharp instincts, and ability to navigate challenging tracks, he has earned a reputation as a formidable competitor.

Beyond his racing prowess, Landen is admired for his sportsmanship and positive attitude. He understands the importance of teamwork and values the support of his dedicated crew and sponsors who have been instrumental in his success.

As he continues to chase his dreams, Landen remains focused on constant improvement, honing his skills, and embracing new challenges. With each race, he pushes the boundaries, setting his sights on even greater achievements in the world of motorsports. Off the track, Landen is known for his humility and approachable nature, always willing to engage with fans and inspire the next generation of racers. He understands the importance of using his platform to make a positive impact and inspire others to pursue their own passions.

In his relentless pursuit of excellence, Landen Lewis stands as a shining example of what can be achieved through hard work, determination, and an unwavering love for the sport. As he continues to carve his path in the racing world, he remains a true inspiration to aspiring drivers and a testament to the incredible possibilities that lie ahead.

Looking Back -


Landen began his racing career at the age of 4 in GoKarts, capturing many National titles and over 150 career wins.

After eight years of GoKart competition, Landen’s father decided it was time for his son to move up and contacted NASCAR Hall of Fame's, Ron Hornaday, Jr., to build a dirt modified. Ron was very impressed with Landen’s natural ability and took him under his wing as a protégé.


He won his first Dirt Modified race at age 12, racing against veterans and gaining national attention. He is the youngest driver to win a Mid-East Modified Series race and won the 2018 Most Popular Driver Award.


In 2019, Landen joined Joe Ryan Racecars to get more experience on asphalt and road courses. Since then, he has proven himself to be a winner on multiple surfaces in both Legend Cars and the ARCA Menards Series.

2021 was a breakout year for Landen who won the Legend Car “Trifecta” of Dirt, Asphalt and Road Course Nationals and the NC State Championship. He also made his ARCA Menards Series debut and won in his second start at the Duquoin State Fair 100.




- 1 ARCA West Series Win @ KCRP

- 3 Top 5's | 6Top 10's ARCA West

- 2022 Road Course Pro National Champion

- Road Course World Finals Champion

- Charlotte Summer Shootout Pro Champion

- Winter Nationals Pro Champion


- 15 Legend Car Wins

- Dirt Nationals Champion

- 2nd – Road Course Nationals

- 3rd – Asphalt Nationals


- Most Popular Driver Mid-East Dirt Modified Series

- 6 wins

- 8 poles

- 15 top 5’s

- 26 top 10’s


- 2nd driver in Legend Car history to win

- Dirt Nationals, Asphalt Nationals and Road Course Nationals in the same year.

- NC State Legend Car Champion

- Won Duquoin State Fair 100 after taking pole in 2nd ARCA Menards Series start


- Joined Joe Ryan Racecars

- Winter Nationals Winner in 2nd ever Asphalt start


- 4-time Jr Maxx Daddy Champion

- 4-time Maxx Daddy Champion

- Maxx National Winner

- 150 career wins


Fun Facts

DOB: 02/26/2006

Hometown: Supply, NC

Years in racing: 12 years

Pets: 4 Dogs Susie, Bella, Finley, Ruby

Who do you look up to the most in your life?

Ron Hornaday

How would your family and friends describe you?

Energetic, Life of the party

What do you enjoy doing outside of the track?

Fishing, hunting, working on my racecars

If you could have a conversation with anyone (living or not) who would it be and why?

Dale Earnhardt, I would to talk to him about old racing stories and hear his advice on racing.

What is something most people don’t know about you?

I love to sing and know just about every County Music song.

Do you have any hidden talents?

Not that I know of?

What would your Bristol intro song be?

This ones for you by Luke Combs

Do you have a motto or quote you live by?

If you have a dream…Chase it… because a dream won’t chase you back!


What is your favorite:

Movie: 8 Seconds

Color: Blue

Song: The Greatest by: Kenny Rogers

TV Show: Yellow Stone

Actor: Adam Sandler

Actress: Kelly Reilly

Food: Mexican

What is your favorite track?

So far, I would say on Asphalt Southern National and on Dirt Path Valley in PA

What driver do you aspire to be like?

Ron Hornaday. He has an amazing name in the sport and was an incredible competitor and mentor to so many.

What is your ultimate goal for your racing career?

Competing on Sundays at the top level of NASCAR

What do you love most about racing?

The competition and challenge

What is your favorite racing memory to date?

Sitting on the Pole, and winning the ARCA race at Duquoin

Who are your biggest supporters?

The entire Hornaday family, Billy Workman, Joe Ryan, Viktoria, Kevin Harvick, Austin Theriault, Bruce Cook and my entire family.

How do you give back to the racing community?

I enjoy helping other drivers on and off the track.

What is the most important racing advice you’ve ever received?

Can’t make the show, be the show. From Billy Workman Jr

Who is your favorite NASCAR driver and why?

Kyle Larson, he is fun to watch and can race any kind of car and adapt to any track.

Who is your favorite racecar driver?

Brandon Overton (Big Sexy)

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