date of birth -12/18/1996
birthplace -Jasper AL
family- Mom (Leigh Evans) Dad (Howard Evans)
race team -Evans Welding Motorsports
How did you get started in racing?
dad was racing cars long before I came along, so you could say it's in
my blood. I started racing karts at about 10 years old and so the love
What division do you race in and what tracks do you race at?
race the street stock division at sayre speedway.
What number is your car and does that number mean anything to you?
car number is 44. My dad always was number 44 when he raced, that was
his football number as well. My mom's dad had the number 44 for
football as well, so that number runs in the family.
Movie- Smokey and the Bandit, Days of Thunder, and Forrest Gump
Tv Show- The Walking Dead
Video Game- Nascar 14 & The Forza Motorsports series.
NASCAR Driver- Dale Jr.
Sports Team- Alabama Crimson Tide! ROLL TIDE!
Do you think sim racing helps you race? And what would you tell
somebody that has never been in a race car to be ready for their first
racing helps me a lot. Racing on my sim rig really enhances my reaction
times and makes me a better all around driver. If I had to tell someone
what to be ready for, it would be the nerves and the adrenaline rush
that you get when your inside a real race car, and that the other
drivers are a lot less friendly.
Who are some your favorite drivers to race against?
Michael McKay, Donnie Rotenberry, and Austin Odom. These guys are good,
clean, and fast racers. They race you, how you race them, and they
don't go down without a fight! & Austin's a really good friend of
mine so we're always trying to out-do each other which makes for fun
Is there any race that sticks in your mind from the past, and why?
last race of the season last year. It was the "King of Dixie" and I had
led just about every lap of the 50 lap race, until about lap 45. I
broke 5 rocker arms and started to fall back slowly but surely. I
finished that race with 8th place and still took home a little money.
That race sticks out to me because, I told my self to not give up and
to stay on the track because 8th is better than last! & it showed
me that after you make altercations to the car, to always go back and
check to make sure you did everything correctly. Haha.
If you could switch rides with any driver in any type of racing which
one would it be?
Bj Baldwin or Ken Block. I've always thought driving in the Baja 1000
in a pre-runner would be awesome and he has the fastest one around. Ken
Block just has an 845 horsepower all wheel drive 1965 mustang with a
Roush - Yates nascar engine. What's not to love there?
Tell us something about you that would surprise your fans.
can make my tongue look like a butt!
If theres something you would change about racing what would it be?
really. I would probably make my fuse a little longer and try not to be
such a hot head.
you are not racing what do you do for fun?
enjoy drawing, playing Xbox, huntin, and fishing. I like to weld and
tinker on things. I'm always constructing some wild contraption that
keeps old men scratching their head and asking questions. Haha.
Is there anybody you would like to
All the Glory goes to Jesus Christ, because without him dying on the
cross for our sins we couldn't have the privilege to be in this great
world racing cars and doing the things we love.
My Mom for letting me race!
My Dad for always helping and being my right hand man, number one
sponsor, and giving me all the advice that he wishes someone would've
given him when he was racing.
Gary Williams and GW Performance
My Girlfriend Alicia, for all of her support.
Key Auto & Tire
United Motor Company
And most of all, all of my loyal fans, friends and family for bring
there every weekend to cheer me on!