Austin Cindric

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Hometown: Columbus, Ohio
Birthdate:  September 2nd, 1998

Austin Cindric will compete full-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2017, driving the No. 19 Draw-Tite Ford F-150 for Brad Keselowski Racing.  Cindric made his series NCWTS debut for BKR at Martinsville Speedway in October of 2015,  while his second series start came later that season at Phoenix Raceway.   He made four NCWTS starts for BKR in 2016, highlighted by a second-place qualifying effort at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.  Cindric captured his first ARCA Racing Series victory in 2016 at Kentucky Speedway, plus racked up two wins in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East events at Watkins Glen International and Virginia International Raceway.  He is a three-time Presidential Fitness Award Winner and in 2015, was nominated to Team USA Scholarship Team.

Career Highlights

Made four NCWTS starts for BKR in 2016 highlighted by a second-place qualifying effort at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada)

  • Completed 507 of 510 total possible laps (99.41 percent)
  • Won from the pole in K&N Pro Series East starts in 2016 at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International and Virginia (Danville, Va.) International Raceway
  • Won first ARCA Racing Series event in 2016 at Kentucky Speedway
  • Ran full-time in the 2016 Pirelli World Challenge for K-PAX Racing
  • Made NCWTS debut in October 2015 at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway with Brad Keselowski Racing
  • Qualified a respectable 14th in his series debut and ran well before a late-race incident relegated him to a 25th-place finish
  • Second NCWTS start came at Phoenix (Avondale, Ariz.) International Raceway where he claimed a solid 14th-place finish
  • Racked up 28 other starts across seven different series in 2015 including Automobile Racing Club of America, Red Bull Global Rallycross Lites and the IMSA Continental Series
  • Made two starts in ARCA competition at Iowa Speedway and Kentucky Speedway where he scored one top five (in his series debut at Iowa) and led 56 total laps
  • Won four races in Global Rally Cross competition
  • Became the youngest winner ever in the IMSA Continental Tire Series winner with his victory at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada)
  • Scored 11 podium finishes in three different series in 2015 (8 GRC, 2 IMSA and 1 SCCA Pirell