CHARLOTTE, NC (Jan. 20, 2017) – Lee Faulk Racing and Development is pleased to announce the signing of 16 year old Cole Glasson to drive the #5 LFR House Car for the 2017 season. Cole has spent the last four years developing in full bodied race cars with experience in the JEGS/CRA series, Southeast Super Truck Series, and last year in his season debut in the NASCAR Whelen All American Series. The youngster from Texas has started seeing some great success in the last 12 months with 4 Poles, 3 Wins, and over 20 Top 5’s. In addition, he grabbed two UNOH Youth Achievement Awards in 2016.

“I am super excited to be joining Lee Faulk Racing for the 2017 season. I have had the opportunity to see their program up close the past three years and knew I wanted to drive for them at some point to continue my development,” Cole Glasson said. “MPM Marketing provided several top notch opportunities for me this year and after meeting with them and discussing the opportunities, it was clear that LFR was the best place for me.” Lee Faulk Racing and Development began operations in Florida and moved to Mooresville, N.C., in 2006. Since the move, LFR has grown from a single-car operation to a multi-car development team.

With names like Papis, Stenhouse, Fittipaldi, Piquet and many others behind the wheel, LFR has been able to build its brand and solidify its place at the top of the development industry.

“We have had the opportunity to watch Cole the last three years and his development has been great to watch. We are excited to finally have him at LFR and are looking forward to some great results from him and the rest of the LFR team this year,” LFR Vice President/Marketing Michael Faulk said.

LFR currently has development programs in Limited Late Models, Late Model Stock and K&N Series/ARCA.For more information on Lee Faulk Racing and Development, visit or on Facebook at

McCALLISTER PRECISION MARKETING – McCallister Precision Marketing, which is based in Columbia, S.C., focuses on assisting up-and-coming race car drivers with career advancement and promotion. It also provides companies with a strategic plan for their sales and marketing needs, as well as works with race teams to not only secure sponsorships, but to build ongoing partnerships with those sponsors. For more information, visit

COLE GLASSON – Cole Glasson is a 16 year old NASCAR Late Model Driver pursuing a full time career in the professional ranks of NASCAR. Cole has been racing since the age of 5 and has moved through the asphalt ranks of karts, midgets, super trucks, and late models and has won in everything he has driven. Cole is represented by Tonya McCallister at .To find out more about Cole visit or follow him on Facebook at