Brennan Poole is one of racing's top young talents. Poole's career began in the quarter midget ranks where he compiled 90 wins in route to becoming the 2002 National Champion. After his quarter midget success, Brennan began racing asphalt legends all across the south. He was no stranger to victory lane winning 96 races in two years.
In 2007, Poole moved to dirt modifieds winning the Texas World Dirt Track Championship and in 2009 jumped to asphalt late models. Over the course of three years, Poole set numerous records winning 10 times and becoming the first driver in UARA history to win 3 races in a row and 6 in a season. Poole went on to become the 2011 UARA Series Champion, and a two-time series most popular driver.
Poole also made his ARCA debut in 2011, winning in his first ever start at Salem Speedway. From there he added five more wins to go along with 18 top-fives and 27 top-10’s in 35 ARCA Series starts. In 2015, Poole made his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut at Las Vegas Motor Speedway scoring a top-10 in his first event. Poole was behind the wheel for a total of 17 races in 2015 preparing for a full season campaign in the 2016 NASCAR Xfinity Series.
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