He won numerous state and
regional championships. He finished second in two WKA
National championships and had two wins in the worlds
largest indoor race-O'Reilly"s Auto Parts Kart Championship
in Tunica Mississippi.
To continue climbing the racing
ladder, Tyler moved to a pro-4 mini-stock and won the
Huntsville Speedway (AL) class championship. This success
quickly lead to getting behind the wheel of a late model
Tyler has raced for 2 years in the
American Speed Association Southeast Asphault Tour,
finishing 9th in the national points.
was the 2010 Sunoco Rookie of the Year in the Show Me the Money Series in Montgomery,
Alabama, and competed at various tracks in the southeast.
In 2011 Tyler was the Nashville Fairground Speedway
Track Champion in the Pro Late Model division.
Tyler is a busy and active
teenager. The fall of 2013 will be the start of his senior
year at Martin Methodist College, where he is
working on his business degree. Tyler is a graduate of
Giles County High School, where he excelled academically
in Honor classes and college courses.
One of his most notable off the
track accomplishments is his achievement in the Boys Scouts
of America highest rank, Eagle Scout.
Tyler is active in his community
and with his church youth group. He enjoys jet skiing,
working on his race car and works part time as a life guard
at a Martin Methodist College swimming pool.
2013, Tyler entered the PEAK Stock Car Dream Challenge
Contest for a chance to race a PEAK sponsored stock car
and to become a development driver for Michael Waltrip
Racing. Tyler was picked to be in the top 10 finalists
out of 700 contestants. Tyler will go to Charlotte,
North Carolina on July 9-11, 2013 for a chance to become
a development driver for Michael Waltrip Racing and race
a PEAK sponsored stock car. For more information visit