NASCAR’s developmental series – the NASCAR K&N Pro Series and the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series PASS Super Late Model Series
Wauters Motorsports offers to all drivers an opportunity to develop their skills to move up the motorsports ladder through the NASCAR Development Series and Super Late Model Series then into the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
Conduct a driver development program designed to identify, coach, train and develop race car drivers who possess the skill, ability and attitude to be successful as a driver in one of the three NASCAR National series.
Applicants must meet the following requirements:
- Between the ages of 15 and 28
- A U.S. citizen, permanent resident alien or if you are legally allowed to work in the US; and
- No criminal record and agree to a background check
- Possess a valid driver’s license and personal transportation
- Ability and willingness to travel
- Be in good physical condition and willing to work out and train a minimum of three days per week
- Be available for media training, interviews and appearances throughout the duration of the program
ABOUT WAUTERS MOTORSPORTS:
- Wauters Motorsports Super Late Model team has won the Southeastern Elite Division Championship, the legendary Snowball Derby at Pensacola Speedway in Florida, the Copper Classic at Phoenix International Raceway as well as numerous races all over the country.
- In the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series owner Richie Wauters is ranked sixth in most wins as a NCWTS crew chief with 17 wins with Shane Hmiel and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers Kyle Busch and Aric Almirola.
- Wauters in his 25-year plus career in motorsports has worked with such drivers as: Davey Allison, Aric Almirola, John Andretti, Kyle Busch, Bill Elliott, Jeff Green, Scott Hanson, Denny Hamlin, Alan Kulwicki, Mark Martin, Paul Menard, David Regan, Colin Braun, Elliot Sadler, Jimmy Spencer, Dick Trickle, Kenny Wallace, Daniel Hemric, Noah Gragson, Dalton Sargeant, Ryan Reed, Mason Mingus and Steven Wallace.
Please contact Richie Wauters directly at Phone: 704.664.7015, Fax: 704.664.9005 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the Driver Development Program.
It’s an exciting week for Wauters MotorSports and driver Mason Mingus. They return to Masons hometown to race in the All American 400 at the Fairgrounds Speedway in Nashville, TN. This is one of the team’s favorite races of the year and especially for Mason coming home to race in his backyard. Talking with Mason here is what he said about this weekend’s race.
“I always love being able to race close to home at the fairgrounds but especially at the All American 400. This race has a great history and I would mean a lot to me to get a win there. I feel like we have a pretty good car for this race, we ran the spring race with Richie as well and I felt like we had a great car. Richie always brings great cars and I have a lot of laps there so hopefully we can put those things together and pick up a good finish.”
– Mason Mingus
The team has been working on the car and the color scheme for several weeks and believe they have a great car for Masons home race.
Wauters MotorSports are known for fast short track cars and they look forward to maybe taking the Guitar trophy home this weekend. Good luck to the team and Mason as they prepare and race this weekend.
Mason Mingus will be racing the No. 5m Call 811 Before You Dig Toyota Camry this weekend in his hometown of Nashville. The team is prepped and ready for The North-South Super Late Model Challenge 100 lap race. The race will be held at the Nashville Fairground Speedway.
The North-South Super Late Model Challenge is scheduled for Saturday April 7th @ 5:45 PM Eastern.
Mason Mingus will pilot the No. 5m Call 811 Before You Dig, Wauters Motorsports Toyota Camry in the Governor’s Cup 200 Super Late Model race Sunday, November 12th.
Mingus will make will make his first start on the historic ½-mile New Smyrna Beach, FL track. The Governor’s Cup 200 is the second most prestigious SLM race in Florida behind only the Snowball Derby and draws elite SLM drivers from all over the country.
Mason Mingus: “I’m really looking forward to racing at New Smyrna speedway. I have always wanted to race there and just haven’t ever made the trip down yet. I think it’s the type of race track that fits my driving style. Richie (Wauters) always runs well there so I think we will get up to speed quickly and hopefully have a shot to win on Sunday.”
The Governor’s Cup 200 SLM race is slated to begin Sunday at 1:00pm.
Mooresville, NC (October 9, 2017)-Mason Mingus posted a 14th place finish in the Winchester 400 piloting the No. 5 Call 811 Before You Dig Wauters Motorsports Toyota Camry Sunday afternoon at Winchester Speedway.
Mingus started in the 22nd place position on the starting grid for the 46th annual event on the half-mile Indiana racetrack.
The TN driver quickly advanced to the 11th position and was headed for a top-10 finish in the 400-lap event when a mechanical issue hampered the day, relegating the team to a 14th place finish.
Mason Mingus: “We didn’t have the best weekend but I think we were able to learn a lot that will help us moving forward to Pensacola. I have to thank the guys at Wauters Motorsports for the opportunity. We had to overcome a lot of adversity this weekend, but you can’t control parts failures. We will build on this one and hopefully have a good Call 811 before you dig Toyota at the Snowball (Derby).
Mingus will return to the Wauters Motorsports team for the Snowball Derby at 5 Flags Speedway in December.