Dalton's family has owned sprint cars his entire life, so it was only necessary to start racing go karts at the age of 6, and he hasn't looked back since. In 2012, Dalton got into micro sprint ranks and three years later moved up to 305 and 360 sprint cars. In 2016, he went to work for the Blazin’ Racin Team, honing his skills. Since, he has driven for a couple different car owners in the 360 ranks, but hasn’t had a personal car out yet. Dalton started working as an Open Wheel Tech at Speedway Motors in 2017, and he tries to get out and race with a team whenever the opportunity arises. If he is not racing, you can find him at a racetrack somewhere in the Midwest, helping out friends or just enjoying the action. Aside from racing, a couple of his favorite hobbies are golf and bowling.
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