Dalton Sargeant

Dalton Sargeant, from Boca Raton, Florida, began his racing career at the age of eight racing karts and bandeleros. Sargeant went on to win numerous Rotax karting events and championships. In 2012, at the age of 13, Dalton moved to Europe to compete in open wheel karting championships and even represented the United States in the Rotax World Championship in the United Arab Emirates. In 2014 Sargeant moved back to the US to try his hand at NASCAR Late Model competiton, but not before finishing 2nd in the IMSA Prototype Lite Division at Sebring. Sargeant recorded two wins and 23 top-10 finishes at 10 different race tracks across the Southeast, including a 2nd place finish in his debut at the Snowball Derby. In 2015, Dalton competed in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series driving the No. 51 GALT. He debuted in February at New Smyrna Speedway with a second-place finish. Dalton also ran part-time in the K&N Pro Series West, where he scored a victory in the season’s first race. In August 2015, Dalton made his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start at Bristol Motor Speedway, scoring a tenth-place finish. Continuing to make his way into stock car racing, Dalton moved to the ARCA Racing Series in 2016, competing in 15 races and taking the checkered flag at Berlin Raceway. Throughout those 15 races, Dalton earned 10 top-5 finishes and 12 top-10 finishes, helping him earn the 2016 ARCA Racing Series SCOTT Rookie of the Year title. Now, looking ahead to 2017, Dalton will be piloting the No. 77 Ford Fusion full-time for Cunningham Motorsports where he hopes to help earn the team back-to-back Series Championships.

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