About

Matt Mead: Erie’s NASCAR Hopeful

In 2016, Matt Mead was locked in a three-way championship battle at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the NASCAR racetrack located mere miles from the top teams in the sport. Although it wasn’t in a nationally televised, multi-million dollar event, top NASCAR competitors were present and taking notes of what happened over the ten-week Bojangle’s Summer Shootout, one of the most prestigious Legend car events in America.

Ultimately, Matt finished second by two points. But important people took notice. In 2017, Matt had the opportunity to compete in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series for Anthony Campi Racing and won in only his fifth career start. During the year-ending Governor’s Cup Weekend, he ran third ahead of former track champions and NASCAR Cup Series talent. For 2018, he’ll be traveling to a handful of various tracks, competing on a stage with many of the country’s finest racers. It’s only two steps from a NASCAR national series and a gold mine for anyone associated with him.

 

On the Ladder Upward: Currently situated only two steps from NASCAR’s national series

MOVING UP: The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series is two steps away from the national series in the NASCAR progression system. Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Ryan Blaney and countless others took the same path Matt is currently on in his career.

BIG LEAGUE GOALS: At only 18 years of age, Matt just became eligible to race the biggest, fastest tracks in NASCAR, an opportunity which can become reality with your help and assistance.

 

Success through quality people, partners and relationships

Success on the track and in business both come from being associated with the best people possible. Matt’s race team (Anthony Campi Racing) won eight nationally-recognized races in 2016 and competed for the trophies in numerous others. They visited victory lane in 2017 with two different drivers and have three pilots in place for races in 2018.

Much like Matt partners with a top team to help him win, businesses frequently partner with winning opportunities to help them advance, succeed, and grow their bottom line. Opportunities with his racing career can help to achieve that goal.