In 2011 Gibson completed his first full season as a driver for Rev Racing in the All-American Series. In his first year with the team, he traveled to various NASCAR-sanctioned tracks throughout the southeastern US, including Hickory, Greenville-Pickens, Kingsport, and Tri-County; he earned 5 top-five finishes and 10 top-ten finishes in just 18 starts. He finished 7th in his racing division (Late Model Stock) in the South Carolina points standings and 132nd in the overall national points standings for the Whelen All-American Series.
In 2010 Gibson ran a full schedule of the Whelen All-American Late Model Stock Series at Greenville-Pickens Speedway where he scored two pole positions, 11 top-five finishes, 20 top 10-finishes, and two wins. He made history by becoming the youngest driver to win a late model race at the historic Greenville- Pickens Speedway. He finished the 2010 season seventh in points at the highly competitive track.
In 2009 Gibson won 8 out of 14 races and was also crowned champion in the BM Modified division at Greenville-Pickens. At the end of 2009, he made his late model debut at Greenville-Pickens Speedway, picking up one top five in six starts. In 2008 he started running the BM Modifieds and adapted quickly, winning three races.
Gibson started his racing career driving go-karts at the young age of eight and eventually moved to four-cylinder stocks when he was fourteen. He won eight races and had numerous top fives, finishing third in points in his first season.
- Ran a full late model schedule in 2011 with Rev Racing, earning 5 top-five and 10 top-ten finishes in 18 starts
- Finished 7th in the South Carolina late model points standings
- Ran a full-time late model schedule at Greenville-Pickens Speedway in 2010, capturing two poles, two wins, 11 top fives, and 20 top tens
- Finished seventh in points at Greenville-Pickens Speedway in 2010
- Became the youngest driver to ever win a late model race at Greenville-Pickens Speedway
- Ran the BM Modified division in 2009, winning 8 of 14 races and the series championship
- Made his late model debut in 2009, scoring one top-five finish
- Competed in the BM Modified Series in 2008, won three races, and had 8 top-five and 10 top-10 finishes
- Started racing four-cylinders in 2006 and raced karts from 2000 to 2005