U.S. Legend Car Young Lions Series
Lacy Kuehl (Cool), a Sarasota, Florida native, will join the Rev Racing roster and the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Youth Driver Development Program for the first time this year. Kuehl, coming from driving a dirt oval flat kart, will test her skills behind the wheel of a Legend car in the Young Lions Division during the Bojangles’ Summer Shootout.
Lacy Kuehl has been racing since the summer of 2014. She has over 200 races on dirt, asphalt, and road racing in the State Dirt Oval Series and State Asphalt Series. Kuehl has already earned her first victory at Inverness Grand Prix.
Lacy and her family started a charity dedicated to Type 1 Diabetes education, after losing her little brother to the disease at the age of 1. She dedicates her entire racing career to bringing awareness to the disease because knowledge is power. Knowing the symptoms of Type 1 Diabetes can save a life. Learn more about her foundation here: https://drivefordiabetesawareness.org/about-us-roccos-story
- 2014: Started her own charity called, Drive for Diabetes Awareness, Inc. http://www.DFDA.info
- First win on an asphalt oval in her 2014 rookie season at Ambassador Racing School, FL.
- First win on a dirt oval track in 2014 at Florida Dirt Motor Speedway, FL.
- First win on a road course in 2017 at Inverness Grand Prix, FL.
- 2017: Inverness Grand Prix Award for Sportsmanship
- 2018 First double race in Inverness, FL. placing 2nd. Same day, two additional races on a dirt oval track placing 2nd and 3rd.
- 2018: 3rd in points at Florida Dirt Motor Speedway, Land O’ Lakes, FL.
- 2018: Received a plaque from The Villages Motorsports fan Club for her advocacy for Diabetes Awareness and Motorsports, honoring her as an Ambassador for Motorsports and Humanity.
- 2019: Hard Charger for the Fall in the Brawl premier Dirt race at Florida Dirt Motor Speedway with 22 karts in her Jr2 class starting in 19th and finishing 6th.