MPM Marketing announces signing of 14-year-old rising motorsports star Mack Leopard

Officials from McCallister Precision Marketing are excited to announce the signing of 14-year-old Mackston Leopard to a multi-year agreement.

Known as ‘Mack’ by his friends and family, the Ohio native will work with MPM Marketing’s staff to prepare for a career in motorsports.

“We’re thrilled to be able to add Mack to the MPM Marketing family,” said MPM Marketing founder Tonya McCallister. “He’s already proven himself to be an incredible racer and he’s only 14 years old. We’re looking forward to working with Mack and his family as he continues his rise through the motorsports ranks.”

Leopard began racing a quarter midget when he was 9 years old at Kil-Kare Raceway in Xenia, Ohio. He became a fixture at tracks around the region and soon found himself regularly competing in five different divisions on the same day.

During his time racing quarter midgets, Leopard won a pair of Midwest Thunder Racing Series championships in the Senior Honda division and another championship in the Light 160 class. He also finished third in the NASCAR Youth Series Light 160 national standings.

In 2023 Leopard joined the renowned CB Industries team owned by Chad Boat and began racing Micros across the United States. In his first season with the team he scored three wins, two at North Carolina’s Millbridge Speedway and one at Indiana’s US 24 Speedway.

Now in his second season with CB Industries, he has already scored a victory at Missouri’s Doe Run Raceway. Through the month of April, he has competed in events in Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, Missouri, Indiana, Illinois and Florida.

“Getting to work with Tonya and her team at MPM Marketing is really special,” Leopard said. “She’s worked with so many young drivers that have gone on to be successful. I’m looking forward to learning from her. I know I’ve got a lot to learn and I’m in the right place to do it.”

Leopard’s busy schedule will take him to Millbridge Speedway tonight with CB Industries before he travels to South Carolina’s Anderson Motor Speedway to race a Legends car this Friday evening.