About Carson Hocevar

15 Time Quarter Midget National Champion  Youngest Late Model/Super Late Winner (12 Years Old)   Winningest racer in USAC History  Youngest NASCAR Whelen All-American Track Champion  2020 Winchester 400 Winner  Full Time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series  10th in Points NASCAR Rookie Year


Growing up in Michigan, Carson first took to the track at the age of 7. Success shortly followed as he captured 79 feature wins and 15 national championships in the USAC quarter midget ranks. 

Under the guidance of NASCAR Truck Series Champion,  Johnny Benson Jr,  Carson moved up to full bodied stock cars at the age of 12 years old. 

A win in the Outlaw Late Model Division early in the 2015 Berlin Raceway Season followed by a Super Late Model Victory later in the year catapulted his career by making him the youngest winner in both Late Model divisions.

Unfortunately his success was short lived as he was parked from competition due to a new age restriction soon after the historic late model victories. 

79 Time Quarter Midget Winner

Once he reached 14,  Carson responded with a breakout season by becoming the youngest track champion in NASCAR Whelen All-American Series history — also adding three JEGS/CRA All-Stars Pro Late Model Tour victories in the same year.

Following the 2017 Berlin Raceway Super Late Model Championship, Hocevar set his sites on the national stock car divisions. By 2018 he progressed to the ARCA Menards Series where he would garnish experience on tracks all over the country.

Carson 1st Late Model Win

In 2019, Carson made his biggest career leap yet - entering the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series dirt Race at Eldora for Jordan Anderson Racing.  After another start at the season finale in Phoenix, Carson was ready for a partial schedule for the 2020 Truck Season with Niece Motorsports.

Carson would continue his winning ways in 2020 by capturing the 49th running of the Winchester 400, a crown jewel Super Late Model race that has been won in the past Rusty Wallace, Mark Martin, Kyle Busch among other legendary names of the sport.

Carson Battles at Daytona

Since coming to Niece Motorsports part time in 2020, and a full season in 2021 - Carson has piloted the #42 Silverado to 8 top 10s, 3 top 5s, and a 10th place final point standing in his rookie year at only the age of 18.

Heading into 2022, Carson is excited to start his sophomore season in the Camping World Truck Series, hunting his first career NASCAR Victory. 

Carson Wins Winchester 400

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