Macy Causey will join the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Program and run in the Whelen All-American Series. At 16, Causey is the youngest females to ever participate with Rev Racing. She will race alongside returning teammate, Maddie Crane.
Causey grew up around the track, coming from a long line of racers in her family. Her racing roots extend beyond her parents to her maternal grandmother, Diane Teel. Teel, a trailblazer herself, raced in the 1970s and was the first woman to win a NASCAR sanctioned race in 1978.
Causey has found success in several divisions, starting out in a dirt sporstman car and finding herself a championship in the Bandoleros series. In 2015, Causey earned the Rookie of the Year honor at Langley Speedway, as well as the NASCAR Virginia State Rookie Award. In 2016, she received the NASCAR Young Racer Award.
Beyond the track, Causey has been recognized and featured by some of the most reputable media outlets for her racing successes at a young age, such as Dateline NBC, the Today Show, and Sports Illustrated. Her continued, early-on success has made headlines and invited her to participate in the D4D Combine for the last 2 years.
- 2016: Received NASCAR Young Racer Award
- 2016: Raced her Late Model Stock in Dominion Raceway, South
Boston Speedway, Motor Mile Speedway, East Carolina Motor
Speedway, Martinsville Speedway
- 2016: Qualified on the Pole and finished 4th in the Kickoff to
Virginia Raceweek 150 at Dominion Raceway
- 2015: Named NASCAR Virginia State Rookie of the Year
- 2015: Named Langley Speedway Rookie of the Year
- 2015: Covered in Sports Illustrated “Faces in the Crowd” feature
- Winter national Champion in Bandoleros
- Langley Speedway Track Champion in Bandoleros
- New York Times front page coverage in sports section
- Featured on Dateline NBC