Bryce Napier to MAKE debut

Bryce Napier will make his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) debut in the Alpha Energy Solutions 250 this Saturday at Martinsville Speedway. 16 Year old Napier will sport the colors of the No.1 Lilly Trucking, ASAP Appliance Service Chevrolet for MAKE Motorsports.   

Bryce is a High School Junior from Scotts Valley, CA.  He has raced since the age of 5, starting in quarter midgets then moving up the ranks. In the Mini Cup Racing Series Napier won an Impressive  4 Championships.  At the age of 14, Bryce moved into the Late Model Racing circuit, where He was named  the Stockton 99 Speedway Rookie of the Year.  Most recently Bryce competed in the Super Late Model Series at Loan Mart Madera Speedway.  He has also competed in the Pacific Challenge Series (PCS) Super Late model program throughout California and the West Coast.

Bryce Napier had the honor of being a member of the 2015 Inaugural Kulwicki Driver Development Program (KDDP). Bryce spent the entire year speaking to the fans about Alan Kulwicki and doing promotional events. He went above and beyond with this task, even racing part of his season in 2 different commemorative Kulwicki race vehicles including the #7 Hooters car and Alan's 1991 Daytona 500 Army car.

I believe that my work with the "KDDP" program has brought to me many significant opportunities and advancements in my career and I am so grateful to the organization for their support. This weekend being one of them. I'm ready to take on the "paper-clip" of Martinsville and hope to come out with a great finish.  I'm also very aware of the fact that I will be competing against some of  the top drivers in our sport.  I can't let that hinder me though, I am focused and confident that I have the skills I need to achieve my goal.", stated Bryce Napier on his debut at Martinsville. 

Associate Support for Bryce Napier will continue to be SupportMilitary.org and the BeHero2Hero Program.

The Green flag wave this Saturday, April 2 at 2:30 for the Alpha  Energy Solutions 250 at Martinsville Speedway.

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