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Racing and Soccer

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Kyle Larson

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Jacob Clayton

Age: 13

Birthday: April 7, 2010

Hometown: Smith Station, Alabama

Jacob Clayton is a 2nd generation driver who started racing in 2021 where he recorded three wins, three 2nds, four 3rds and twenty-two top 5 finishes in his rookie .25 Midget season.

In 2022 Jacob visited victory lane 8 times, finishing with four 2nds, five 3rd's and twenty-two top 5 finishes. He also set three track records at NGQMA and won the hard charger award in the Twister Alley Series. Jacob also competed in the Dixie Shootout Series where he finished 7th in Championship points in Sr. Honda.

In 2023 Jacob competed in the NEW NASCAR Youth Series as well as the Dixie Shootout Series. Jacob drove in the Heavy Honda, Heavy World Formula, and Unrestricted Animal divisions and finished the season with 4 wins, two 2nds and four 3rd place finishes in addition to 12 top 5s, 21 top 10s and 43 A-Main Starts.  He also finished 8th in Championship Points for Heavy World and Unrestricted Animal Divisions, and 9th in Heavy Honda in the NASCAR Youth Series.  In the Dixie Shootout Series Jacob finished 2nd in Championship Points in Unrestricted Animal and 3rd in points in Heavy World.  All this adds up to an amazing 3rd year of racing!  Be sure to follow Jacob on Social Media to keep up with all the latest news and his exciting plans for 2024!


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Our mission statement for Jacob Clayton racing is to be a true sportsman and competitor on and off the track. We strive to earn the respect of our competitors, fans, and business partners by racing hard on the track, being a good sportsman to fellow competitors, and being a positive role model on and off the track.



Team Owner and Father - JC Clayton

JC Clayton is a 1st generation racer. JC raced and owned a 2-car dirt crate late model team 2002 – 2009

Crew Chief - Seth Stenzel

Seth Stenzel is a 17-year-old third-generation racer. Seth started racing quarter midgets at the age of six. After a successful Quarter Midget career competing regionally and nationally Seth progressed into dirt racing, moving into the winged outlaw kart ranks. While Seth was still Quarter Midget racing, he developed a passion wrenching on the machines he raced. In his off time, he started tuning cars and coaching Quarter Midget drivers. After several wildly successful seasons he recently moved to Okmulgee, Oklahoma to pursue a full-time career in racing. In 2022 he crewed full time for a ASCS National sprint car team, along with pursuing his own racing endeavors in his Micro Sprint. In 2023 Seth will be Jacobs Crew Chief in national and regional efforts in the NASCAR Youth Series in conjunction with pursuing his own racing endeavors in his micro & aspires to move into midgets and sprint cars.