Take a closer look at who Thomas Martin is and how he got to were he is at. At 36 years old he is still living his dream and loving every moment of the ride.
Jack Sellers has been racing in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series since 1985 and has fielded two and three cars most years giving drivers a chance to follow their dreams
Meet the people behind the success of Jack Sellers racing and who truely make these racing machines hit the track and compete at such a high level.
The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West is a regional stock car racing division of NASCAR. The series was first formed in 1954 as a proving ground for drivers from the western United States who could not travel to race in the more traditional places to race like North Carolina as well as other southern states. The Series is best known as the "Grand Nation West Series" or the "Winston West Grand National" division. In the beginning the series also raced on dirt ovals, but as the series developed began to race only on paced tracks, with the last race being held on a dirt oval in 1979. Today's cars that are used are mostly retired NASCAR Sprint Cup Cars that are identical right up to the motor that is under the hood. The K&N Pro Series uses an aluminum "spec" engine to keep the series affordable and competitive The series has also had many notable NASCAR driver graduates like Kevin Harvick, Brandan Gaughen, Derrick Cope, Chad Little, Travis Pastrana, Matt Crafton and David Gilliland.