From the time he was born, Spencer Davis was a racecar driver.
His father was a racer and passed on the passion for
speed. Spencer couldn’t show his talents on the
track until he was six years old, but ever since, he has
not been just a racer - he’s been a winner. He now is
continuing his rapid rise through the short track
racing ranks in Late Models throughout the
Southeast and beyond.
As a youngster, Spencer was a terror in the Go-Kart
circuits nationwide, collecting more than 30 victories
and championships. Then came an equally
successful run in the Late Model Truck series. His
first major event win came in 2011 during the
prestigious World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing
at Florida’s New Smyrna Speedway. That set off a
blistering pace of victories and strong showings in
both the Trucks and his Late Model efforts.
2012 was a breakout season for Davis in the
Pro and Super Late Model series throughout the
Southeast. He picked up his first Late Model victory
in the summer of 2012 at Gresham Motorsports
Park (GA), one of the toughest tracks in the country.
He quickly backed it up with a second victory and the
2012 Gresham track championship. In one of the
most prestigious races in the country, Davis turned
heads and ran amongst the leaders in October's
All-American 400 at the Nashville Fairgrounds (TN).
2013 saw more success after running over 60 races Davis picked up wins in Texas, Nashville and in North Carolina. Along the way he finished second in the PASS South Super Late Model points in a series that saw him learning new venues each week. His lone PASS win came in the Pro Late Model division.
2014 saw more success right out of the gates with a win in the Pro Late Model portion of the Pete Orr Memorial race. He latter took two victories in the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing which help lead him to a Speedweeks Pro Late Model title. He also got his feet wet in a NASCAR Modified which will be his 2014 season goal of winning top rookie honors in the south.