Spencer Davis, 19, has run four races this season on the Camping World Truck Series in trucks fielded by Kyle Busch Motorsports. He started eighth in the season opener at Daytona International Speedway and finished seventh. He qualified fourth at Atlanta Motor Speedway and finished 13th, and repeated those stats at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
He qualified fourth again at Texas Motor Speedway and finished ninth.
Davis also has run nine races on NASCAR’s K&N Pro Series East division with four top-five and eight top-10 finishes. In his best run to date this season he started on the pole at Thompson Speedway in Connecticut on July 14 and led a race-high 75 laps before finishing fourth. Since then he’s finished fourth in two of the past three races including the circuit’s most recent race at Watkins Glen International.
Davis has made one start this year on NASCAR’s Whelen Modified Tour, at Langley Speedway in Virginia, where he started 19th and finished 20th in a race won by Ryan Preece.
As part of his driver development, Davis ran seven races in the ARCA series last season with a best finish of third at Talladega Superspeedway. He also has competed in the CARS Super Late Model Tour as well as the CARS Late Model Stock Tour.
His biggest win to date came in a 2016 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race at Dominion Raceway in Thornburg, Va., when he outran future Camping World Truck Series race-winning drivers Justin Haley, Noah Gragson and Kaz Grala to score the victory in the ComServe Wireless 150.
In being named Georgia Racing Hall of Fame Driver of the Year, Davis joins previous honorees including Chase Elliott, Bubba Pollard, Shane Clanton and Casey Roderick.