Lawless Alan returns to Niece Motorsports in 2023 for his sophomore season in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series.
Alan will again pilot the No. 45 Chevrolet Silverado for Niece Motorsports as he looks to build upon last season’s rookie campaign.
Alan returned to Niece Motorsports in 2022, competing in the full NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series schedule. The young driver earned his best finish of 11th at the first road course on the schedule, Circuit of the Americas. Alan closed out his rookie year with eight top-20 finishes.
Alan joined Niece Motorsports for four Truck Series races during the 2021 season, piloting the No. 45 Chevrolet at Darlington Raceway, Bristol Motor Speedway, Talladega Superspeedway and Phoenix Raceway.
In addition, Alan got his feet wet in the Truck Series for Reaume Brothers Racing, making starts at the Daytona Road Course, Circuit of the Americas, Nashville Superspeedway, Pocono Raceway and Watkins Glen.
Alan’s best finish in the Truck Series in 2021 came at Bristol Motor Speedway, where he finished 18th.
In 2017, Alan competed in his first full season of Legend Racing, enjoying quick success as he won the “Young Lions Division” at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Road Course.
The 2017 season marked a busy one for Alan, as he also competed in his rookie season in the NASCAR Whelen Late Model Series at Irwindale Speedway. When the final checkered flag flew, Alan finished fourth in the point standings in California’s NASCAR Home Track Series, and 44th of more than 1,000 drivers across America. He led all rookies in points at Irwindale Speedway with one win, 12 top-five finishes and more than 20 top-10 finishes.
Alan captured a win in the 2018 Late Model Winter Showdown at Kern County Raceway, qualifying on the pole and setting a track record in the process.
In his second season at Irwindale Raceway in 2018, Alan took home NASCAR’s Home Track Championship on the strength of five wins and two poles.
The 2019 season saw Alan move to the Trans Am Series to hone his road racing skills. The California-native ran all 13 Trans Am TA2 events, taking home Rookie of the Year honors and finishing fifth in the overall championship standings. Over the course of the season, Alan competed at some of the marquis road courses in America, including Sebring, Road Atlanta, Lime Rock Park, Laguna Seca, the Detroit Grand Prix, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Road America, Indianapolis, Circuit of the Americas and Daytona.
In 2020, Alan moved to the ARCA Menards West Series with Bill McAnally Racing. He made four starts in the 2020 season at, The Las Vegas Motor Speedway Bullring, Utah Motorsports Campus, and Irwindale Speedway. His best finish in four starts was a sixth-place result at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Bullring.
In addition to racing in the ARCA Menards West Series in 2020, Alan captured the Legends Pro Road Racing Series Championship at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Alan joined Hammer-Motorsports in 2021, competing in the World Racing League Endurance Series. Alan was able to quickly adapt to the new style of car, getting up to speed quickly at tracks including Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, the Daytona Road Course, Virginia International Raceway and Sebring.
Alan enjoys sponsorship from AUTOParkit, AUTOChargit, and Siemens with secondary sponsorship from Garage Floor 24. Since 2017, Alan has been the official spokesperson for AUTOParkit and its sister companies: Garage Floor 24, AUTOChargit, Park Sentry, AUTOStorit and AUTODockit. Alan has a deep appreciation for the people and companies that have supported him from his earliest successes.
While racing, Alan is attending the University of Alabama majoring in Business. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, Calif. A serious student, Alan can be found in the hauler, at home, or on the plane doing homework in between on-track sessions, travels and simulator work. His drive and determination to improve himself at all levels includes a rigorous daily workout regimen.