About Clint King

Clint King - Promoting Supply Chain Education Awareness

Clint King is a 23 year old race car driver from Denton, NC. Clint began racing at the age of 7 in Bandolero cars and gained the passion for motorsports the first day he strapped in a race car. From there, Clint has completed a steady progression through the ranks of all types of asphalt auto racing.

King has competed in the likes of the Pro Challenge Series where he became the 2008 North Region and National Champion, Late Model Super Truck Series where he accumulated multiple wins and Rookie of the Year honors in the PASS Truck Series Tour, UARA and NASCAR Late Model Stocks where he became the youngest ever series winner at 14 years of age as well as Caraway Speedway Rookie of the Year. From there, King took the step to the ARCA racing series driving for Venturini Motorsports accumulating 2 poles in his first two series starts as well as 10 top ten finishes in 12 starts. King also completed in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East with his family owned operation. King’s most recent motorsports endeavors include making select starts in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for BJ McLeod Motorsports in the 2016 and 2017 seasons.

As Clint and his team continue to locate partners to compete at the upper levels of NASCAR, he has focused his attention in 2018 to owning and operating his own small race team competing in the South East Super Truck Series. Clint works full time as a Systems Sales Engineer for Warehouse Design, Inc. located in Thomasville, NC specializing in designing and installing storage systems and material handling equipment to service today’s modern-day distribution centers and warehouses. Running the South East Super Truck Series allows King to focus on his time-demanding job of being a system sales engineer while also being able to stay relevant behind the wheel of a racing vehicle and learn the ins and outs of owning and operating his own race team. The ultimate goal is to continue progressing and aligning partners to complete at the upper levels of NASCAR, all while operating within King’s means while running his own grass-roots racing program.