BORN: July 15, 1998

Noah Gragson, the 24-year-old from Las Vegas, NV has quickly found himself as one of the brightest young talents in NASCAR. In just his second full-time season, Noah finished second in the NASCAR Gander Outdoor Truck Series driver championship.

An alumni of the NASCAR Next class, which recognizes the future star drivers in the sport, Noah has since made a name for himself off the track as well with his outgoing personality, media involvement and positive nature.


Noah’s racing career started at the age of 13, behind the wheel of a Bandolero where his obsession with racing began. Soon after, Noah joined the INEX Legends Car Racing Series and won the 2014 Young Lion Road Course Championship at the age of 15. Learning the ropes in the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Noah quickly made the next step to late model racecars at local Vegas short tracks where his natural racing talents were soon noticed.


2023: The rising star of Noah Gragson makes the transition over to LEGACY Motor Club. to drive the No. 42 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for the 2023 season. Bringing along a swagger like no other, Gragson will be embarking on his first full-time season as a NASCAR Cup Series driver. Following along with Gragson will be his Crew Chief, Luke Lambert. The proven duo look to carry their talents into the top echelon of the NASCAR national series.

2022: In his breakout season competing for the NASCAR Xfinity Series championship, Noah Gragson posted a series-high eight wins (Phoenix Raceway, Talladega Superspeedway, Pocono Raceway, Darlington Raceway, Kansas Speedway, Bristol Motor Speedway, Texas Motor Speedway, Homestead-Miami Speedway), two poles, 21 top-fives, and 26 top-10 finishes en route to a second place finish in the points standings. In 2022, Gragson also made his NASCAR Cup Series debut, running a total of 18 races with a best finish of fifth place at Daytona International Speedway.

2021: Driving in his third season in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, Noah Gragson was able to win three races (Darlington Raceway, Richmond Raceway, and Martinsville Speedway), in addition to posting 13 top-fives and 20 top-10 finishes. Gragson would compete for the series title and advance to the Championship 4 for the first time in his career, where he inevitably finished third in the points standings. Noah would also attempt to qualify for his first NASCAR Cup Series race in the Daytona 500, but was involved in an accident during his Duel race.

2020: Noah Gragson started his second season of NASCAR Xfinity Series competition with a bang by winning his first-career race in the season opener at Daytona International Speedway. The then sophomore driver was able to follow this performance up with another win at Bristol Motor Speedway, and was able to finish the season with 17 top-fives and 25 top-10 finishes, ultimately finishing fifth in the championship hunt.

2019: Gragson would move up to the NASCAR Xfinity Series to compete in his first full-time season driving for JR Motorsports. In his rookie campaign, Noah was able to capture nine top-fives and 22 top-10 finishes, securing his spot in the playoffs. The season would come to a close with the rookie scored eighth place in points. During an off week of NXS competition, Gragson would race a one-off event the ARCA Menards Series West at Sonoma Raceway, where he would emerge victorious.

2018: Competing in his second year of NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series competition, Noah Gragson was able to win at Kansas Speedway, adding to his tally of six poles, eight top-fives and 17 top-10 finishes. Gragson would advance to the Championship 4 and finish runner up in the points standings. He would also make his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut, earning two top-fives and three top-10 finishes in only three starts. Following his full-time NASCAR duties, Noah would win the most prestigious Super Late Model race in the country, the 51st annual Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway. To cap the year off, Noah would win the coveted Most Popular Driver award at the NASCAR banquet.