Salisbury, NC (PressExposure) March 08, 2011 -- Justin's racing endeavors are organized and run through Justin Clay Motorsports, LLC. Donnie Allison is his personal driving coach and is at all of Justin's races working with him on an individual basis to hone his driving skills.
"My plan is to carry on my family's history of racing," Justin Allison said. "I've got four years under my belt in the Allison Legacy Series and a championship. I am planning on moving into Super Late Models and hope to get to the Sprint Cup Series in a few years."
Justin's first race was in a go kart at the age of five. It was obvious from an early age that like his family before, he was a fierce competitor. By the time Justin was nine years old, he was racing in an Allison Legacy Series car at a yearly Martinsville Speedway charity race.
In 2006, Justin ran a limited schedule in the Allison Legacy Series. He captured two top five finishes along with 10 top ten finishes. In 2007, Justin competed for the Allison Legacy Series championship for the first time in his career. He finished fourth in points after winning one race and capturing eight top five finishes.
In 2008 and 2009, Justin's performance improved by a good bit. He captured four wins and 25 top fives during those two years. Justin kicked his performance up a notch in 2010. He competed fulltime in the Allison Legacy Series as well as a limited Pro All Star Series (PASS) schedule. Justin also ran a race in the USA Racing Pro Cup Series (USAR) at the historic North Wilkesboro Speedway.
Justin had a hard fought battle with Tyler Hill in the 2010 Allison Legacy Series season. Both drivers completed the season with seven wins and 20 top fives. Justin won the championship by two points just before the rain came pouring down at Carolina Motorsports Park. This was the young gun's first championship in his career.
Justin Allison is a champion and will be a force to be reckoned with as he advances his career hopefully joining the Pro All Star Series during the 2011 season.