ENGAGEMENT IS WHERE IT STARTS
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Austin Theriault began racing stock cars in 2007 at the age of 13 in northern Maine. In eight short years he made his way to NASCAR’s top racing divisions, the Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series.
In 2015 Theriault drove for BKR, one of the top race teams in the garage, owned by Brad Keselowski, a champion driver in NASCAR’s premier division, the Sprint Cup Series. Theriault competed in nine of the 23 Camping World Series races last season, as he shared the No. 29 Cooper Standard F-150 truck with five other drivers, including his boss Brad. Theriault secured two top-fives and four top tens in his rookie year. And even led multiple laps at his ‘home track’ New Hampshire Motor Speedway in September.
“I do love racing at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, in front of all of the fans from New England. It is always fun to see family and friends, even some past sponsor partners who have helped me make my way down south to pursue my racing dream,” said Theriault.
Theriault already has added a few highlights to his short racing resume: winning the ARCA Series race at Michigan International Speedway with Venturini Motorsports in 2014 in his first ever ARCA Series start, and finishing fourth in last season’s opening NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Daytona International Speedway for BKR. Theriault won three races for BKR during his time as a development driver while running ARCA/CRA Super Series and Pro All Stars Series races throughout the United States in 2012 and 2013.
Off the track Theriault is always up for a challenge from continuing his aviation education to taking on an extreme workout routine to keep up his active lifestyle. Theriault is intrigues by our country’s politics and has made efforts to visit many of the presidential libraries nationally as he travels the race circuit. His upbeat personality makes him a great team leader who is able to bring out the best in his team on and off the track.
Theriault will attempt to qualify for his second Daytona International Speedway Camping World Truck Series race with the BKR team on February 19th.