racing puts him on the edge.

Nothing beats the feeling of adrenaline pumping through your viens.
— CJ Faison

 At the early age of 5 years old CJ Faison started racing go-carts and hasn't looked back since and is leaving the competition in the dust. This is not your average 23 year old racecar driver Since the age of 5, Faison has won 7 Championships and 67 race wins.

Currently CJ  races in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for JGL Racing in the #26 Toyota Camry. When he's not racing in NASCAR he is piloting his 800hp Dirt Late Model up and down the East Coast.

IN 2012 CJ MADE HISTORY

CJ forever put his name on the infamous Rockingham Speedway in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race. The record breaking speed and lap-time qualified him 1st place in the NASCAR race which propelled his career and put his name in the record books. Rockingham Speedway is now closed and CJ will now hold the record in NASCAR for the track record. 

CJ Faison getting strapped in his NASCAR Camping World Truck at Dover

CJ Faison getting strapped in his NASCAR Camping World Truck at Dover

 

1999-2003: Competed in races across the Nation with the most elite go-karting team on the Eastern Seaboard

2004: Raced select mirco sprint and Slingshot Series Races

2005: Middleford Speedway Mod-Lite Track Champion

          Middleford Speedway Open Competition Champion

2006: TUSA National Champion & TUSA Regional Champion

          Middleford Speedway Open Competition Champion

          AMCRS Winternational Champion

          AMCRS Florida Nationals Champion

2007: Signed to the NASCAR Driver Development Program 

          TUSA Winternational Champion

          Started testing NASCAR Late Models

2008: 3rd in points at Old Dominion Speedway- Mini Cup Series

          Made first start in limited late modesl and Asphalt Late Models

2009: Competed in the ASA Super Late Model tour part time

2010: Competed in the Big Block Modified series at multiple different tracks

          Signed to race in select NASCAR Whelen All American Series events

          Started company: JMI Shock Absorbers (Seaford, DE.)

2011: Signed with JMI to race in the NASCAR Whelen Series at Old Dominon Speedway

          Raced a limited schedule in the Big Block Modifieds

          Signed to compete in 3 NASCAR K&N Pro Series Races

          Started Company: CJF Marketing (Felton, DE.)

2012: Signed to compete in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East

          Coors Lite Pole Award at Rockingham Speedway

          Set the Track Record at Rockingham Speedway

          Set the fastest time ever in NASCAR K&N Pro Series History

          Set Track Record at County Line Raceway in the Legend Modified Series

          Started Company: WrapIt (Mooresville, NC.)

2013: Signed to compete in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East

          Signed to compete in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

          Tested a Nationwide Series car at Bristol

          Led the most laps at Dover International Speedway

          Made impressive debute in Dirt Late Model

          Signed to compete in 5 Dirt Modified Events

          Became Vice President and Co-Owner of Delaware Auto Exchange

2014: Competed in 3 Dirt Modified Races

          Took off most of the year for CJ to build his new team for 2015: CJ Faison Motorsports

           Started Company: Real Eyewear (2 locations Seaford, DE & Felton, DE.)

2015: Signed with Premium Motorsports to drive the #94 NASCAR Camping World Truck in select races

            Signed with JGL Racing to drive part time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series 

2016: Raced in one NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race for SS Green Light Racing

          Competed in 9 USAC SpeedSTR races with his personally own race team

          Competed in 5 Super Late Model races

          Started a business project within Delaware Auto Exchange to launch in 2017