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DOUGLASVILLE, GA (May 7th, 2014) – Having recorded numerous achievements on asphalt, 17-year-old racecar driver Mason Massey is taking his career to the dirt this year. The Douglasville-native will run in the Crate Late Model division at tracks around the Southeast including his home dirt track of Dixie Speedway (GA).

Massey will pilot the No. 15 machine with Special Olympics Georgia returning as a sponsor. The team is also introducing their new sponsor, Liberty Chevrolet.

“I am very glad to have Special Olympics Georgia as a returning sponsor because I always enjoy hanging out with all of the athletes and supporting them at their events,” said Massey. “But I am also very proud to have Liberty Chevrolet coming on board for this racing season. It is great to have a local company help out, and I look forward to winning with them. I would like to encourage all my friends and family in West Georgia to shop Liberty Chevrolet; please support them as a ‘thank you’ for supporting us.”

Liberty Chevrolet is just as excited about the union as the young driver.

“We got involved to be a helping hand in the community,” said General Manager Jimmy Tidwell. “We saw an opportunity in Mason, a good young racecar driver that has a potential future in the business. If there is anything we can do to help in his success then that is what we are here to do and we are glad to be a part of it.”

Massey’s next race will be this Saturday, May 10th at Dixie Speedway.


Mason Massey Achieves His Snowball Derby Goal

Douglasville, Ga.- Mason Massey concluded his 2013 season by meeting his goal of successfully qualifying into the 46th Annual Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida on Sunday.

Though he finished a lap down in 23rd, the team was all smiles after the four-day weekend was over. Why? Because the best of the best in Super Late Model racing were in the field and several top competitors went home.

Racing against foes with NASCAR experience such as David Ragan, Landon Cassill, Daniel Hemric, Chase Elliott, John-Hunter Nemechek, and Johanna Long plus SLM veterans Augie Grill, Bubba Pollard, and more put Mason in fast company. Qualifying in on time was a strong accomplishment.

"Our goal coming into this weekend was just to qualify for the race and we did that," Mason said. "We were really loose early and got a lap down. Once the sun went down we were so good but with the level of competition in this race once you get in a hole it's hard to make it up. I can't thank Augie Grill, Doug Stevens and our team enough for all they did for me this weekend. It was an amazing experience! I also want to thank everyone at Special Olympics-Georgia for all they do for us. The athletes are so special and I just enjoy being a part of their events. It's truly a blessing for me."

Plans for Mason's 2014 season are being ironed out and announcements will be made as soon as everything is finalized.

Mason wanted to add that "All of us from Mason Massey Racing wish all of our fans and their families a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. We appreciate all of you more than words can say!"

Mason's website is located at Fans can also follow him on Facebook at Mason Massey Racing and on Twitter at Mason_Massey.

For more information about Special Olympics-Georgia, visit their website at or find them on Facebook at Special Olympics Georgia.