Highly competitive late model driver in the Charlotte, NC area, Dominique Van Wieringen is considered the first female to win an All-Stars Tour event as she achieved record-setting success at the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour. She nearly won a second event at the high banks of Winchester Speedway.
Dominique made great strides in her racing career as she joined NEMCO Motorsports in 2015 allowing her to maximize her full potential by becoming integrated in a program that combines the best equipment with a strategically developed schedule.
In 2016 she joined Rette Jones Racing to compete in the Nascar K&N Pro Series East. She made many achievements in her rookie season. She had three top 5 finishes, five top 10 finishes, and she carries the record for most laps led and highest qualifying position by a female. Dominique finished the season 9th in overall driver points.
Dominique also made her first start in the Nascar Camping World Truck Series at Phoenix International Raceway in November 2016. With never having been in a truck prior to the event she qualified into the field for the race. Early on in the race Dominique was holding a competitive pace when her night was ended due to contact from another driver.
Dominique continues to seek sponsorship for upcoming events. You can follow her at DominiqueRacing.com or on facebook and twitter.
#4 Kody Evans
Kody Evans joined DuroByte Motorsports in December 2014 and has set his sights on the 2015 JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour championship. As such, the 16-year old Camden, OH native will compete in the full 14-event schedule this season carrying his familiar number 4G.
Kody began racing go-karts at age 4 and raced to his first championship at 8 years of age. In 2013, he ran the full JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour where he finished 10th in the point standings with one top five and four top-10 finishes. In 2014, Kody ran a limited JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour schedule highlighted by three seventh-place finishes.
With the technology and experience of DuroByte Motorsports backing him, 2015 promises to be a career-changing year for Kody and the team alike.