Fabricator at Robertson Racing
April 17, 1986
First Year Racing at CNS
Started racing at CNS in what division?
Grand American Modified
I grew up around racecars at my dad's shop, and drove my first race in a Quarter Midget when I was fifteen years old. When I was old enough to race at CNS, I drove a few Legend races in Alan Duncan's car. My first full year in a series was in 2004. That year, I was the Grand American Modified Rookie of the Year at CNS and barely missed capturing the championship. In 2005, I took over the late model for the full season and proved myself as a top qualifier and as the Rookie of the Year at CNS. I also won my first late model feature at Big Country Speedway. The 2006 season allowed me to diversify my driving record. I ran the full CNS late model schedule along with setting a new track record for the USLMA at CNS, out-qualifying top contenders in the NASCAR Elite Touring Series, and having successful debuts at Tucson Raceway Park and Sandia Motor Speedway. In 2007, I focused on earning a late model track championship at CNS. I had a dominating season, racking up six feature wins, twice as many as any of my competitors. I was also voted as Overall Fan Favorite, which was a very special honor. My first attempt at a NASCAR Grand National Division race this year also showed me success. The beginning of the 2008 season allowed me to compete in the ASA Late Model Series Challenge Division, where I gained valuable experience at racetracks across the country.
Favorite Sprint Cup Driver?
Kyle Busch, because he drives with passion and doesn't care what people think.
My dad, Jerry, because of the knowledge and experience he brings to racing and has shared with me.
I usually stop for a potty break on the way down to tech before a race.
Crew Chief - Jerry Robertson, Team Manager - Rick Jones, Nick King as Spotter/Crew - Tire Guys - Ronnie Dowd, Gary Marchese, Crew - Clyde Cooper, Gary Higgs, Kim Jones, Katie Robertson