Logan Seavey

The next big thing to some, Logan Seavey is the latest in a long line of successful Toyota Racing Development drivers. The Sutter, California native came to prominence via his dominance of the outlaw karts ranks through his teenage years which led to a ride with the nation’s most prestigious midget racing powerhouse. As national championships followed, so did opportunities in ARCA and NASCAR Trucks, both which saw immense success for the still rising Seavey. For years, Seavey ruled the stout west coast outlaw kart division and put his name on the map as the next big thing to come out of the notorious Red Bluff Raceway. An opportunity with BOSS Factory Racing in 2017 would lead to bigger and better things as Seavey moved to the Midwest. He picked up the 2017 POWRi National Midget championship as a rookie, which quickly garnered the attention of Toyota. In 2018, he joined Keith Kunz Motorsports, a stepping stone to NASCAR for the likes of Kyle Larson and Christopher Bell. Seavey again showed his prowess on an even bigger stage, delivering wins left-and-right en route to earning the USAC National Midget championship. During that incredible 2018 campaign, several massive opportunities came Seavey’s way in the form of ARCA and NASCAR rides. He debuted in the NASCAR Trucks Series with Kyle Busch Motorsports at Eldora (OH) Speedway, a race in which he was constantly at the front and even led late in the race before a caution dropped him to a respectable top-ten finish. Driving for Venturini Motorsports, Seavey also debuted in the ARCA Racing Series with a podium finish of third-place at the Springfield (IL) Mile. He backed that up with his first-career ARCA victory in his second-start, winning at the Du Quoin (IL) State Fair. Heading into 2019, Seavey will again contend for the USAC National Midget championship backed by Keith Kunz Motorsports. His schedule in the NASCAR ranks is still unclear, but make no mistake, this young hot shot from California has the Toyota Racing Development scouts dreaming of the potential he possesses.
Hometown
Sutter, California
Sport
Midgets
Team
Keith Kunz Motorsports
Make
Toyota
Number
67