Dylan Lupton
Birth Date: 12.7.1993
Hometown: Wilton, Calif.
Height: 5’6
Weight: 155
Hobbies: Weight Lifting, MMA Training, Dirt bike Riding, Wakeboarding and snowboarding
Favorite Band: Five Finger Death Punch

Dylan Lupton (@luptondylan) is a 26-year-old rising star on the NASCAR scene.

Lupton has raced in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series and Gander Outdoors Truck Series, sparking the interest and eyes of many throughout the industry as a true talent.

Known for his quiet demeanor but explosive talent on track, Lupton is also known for his California style off track, bring a new edge and style to the sport that has yet to be seen.

Lupton is also a recent graduate from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where he received a degree in Business Finance.

Early Years:

Reigning from Wilton, California; Lupton grew up racing and riding dirt bikes. It was not until he turned 13 years old that he got the chance to test the waters on four wheels, where he raced karts at the Sonoma Raceway karting track.

After a short three years in karting and a room full of trophies accumulated, Lupton knew that he wanted to take his racing career to the most competitive series in the world, NASCAR.

First Step into NASCAR:

Lupton started his full body stock car career at Irwindale Speedway in the S2 class in 2010. After a rocky start, Lupton finally found his stride and ended up winning the 2010 Track Championship in the division and brought home multiple wins.

For the next two years, 2012 and 2013, Lupton raced late models across the country, gaining valuable experience that helped build the stepping stone of his successful racing career.

“Racing at a different track every weekend helped fast track my learning process in the sport, forcing me to learn to continuously adapt to different racing conditions and compete against the best late model drivers in the country,” he said.

NASCAR K&N Pro Series:

In 2013, Dylan Lupton inked a two-year deal with Sunrise Ford Racing to compete in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West.

After winning races, capturing the rookie of the year title, and finishing runner up in the 2014 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West championship, Lupton was named a member of the NASCAR Next class for two years.

Welcome to the Big Show:

Over the course of the last four years, Lupton has competed in all three-national series: Gander Outdoors Truck Series, Xfinity Series and Monster Energy Cup Series. Only being part time, Lupton has had to overcome struggles and make every race count, proving that he belongs as a season regular.

During the 2017 season, Lupton joined forces with JGL Racing to pilot the No. 24 Nut Up Industries Camry. In their first race together at Richmond (Va.) International Raceway in April, Lupton rocketed from his 28th place starting position to a lead-lap and current team best of 12th.

The finish is Lupton’s best finish on an oval track. In 2015, Lupton finished ninth on the road course at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for Athenian Motorsports, giving the team their best finish in Xfinity Series competition.

Lupton continued his relationship with JGL Racing during the 2018 Xfinity Series season but made a return to the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series in 2019 with DGR-Crosley.

Running five races with DGR Crosley in 2019, Lupton impressed. Not only did he lead laps, score crucial stage points, but earned a career-best fifth in the Truck Series race at Kentucky Speedway, while picking up additional top-10 performances at Chicagoland (Ill.) Speedway and Las Vegas (Nev.) Motor Speedway respectively.

For 2020, Lupton will continue to have a presence in one of NASCAR’s top three national series, while also compete in select Late Model races throughout the country, particularly in the SPEARS SRL Southwest Series.