Driver of the TMT Racing No. 50 Kaz Grala
Youngest Driver in NASCAR to win at Daytona in the top 3 series.
At 18 years, 1 month, and 26 days old Kaz became the youngest winner in NASCAR history at the storied track after starting the race on the pole.
Kaz was tapped to drive the iconic No. 3 car for Richard Childress Racing
Drove the No. 3 car in the NASCAR Cup Series for Richard Childress Racing when COVID-19 sidelined Austin Dillon for the weekend. Kaz became the only driver since Carl Edwards in 2004 to score a top-10 finish in his Cup debut, finishing 7th in the inaugural Daytona Road Course event.
Winning at 14 years old
Grala’s stock-car racing career kicked off in 2013, when the then 14-year-old driver competed in the UARA-STARS Series, becoming the youngest winner in series history at Hickory Motor Speedway.
Xfinity Series Debut
In 2018, Grala made his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut with JGL Racing, scoring an incredible fourth-place finish in the season opener. The impressive results continued for the first five races of the season with JGL, which netted the best average finish in the team’s history.
NASCAR Daytona 500 Debut
In 2021, Kaulig Racing tapped Grala to drive the No 16. Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE in select NASCAR Cup Series races. Kaz made his Daytona 500 debut, leading ten laps along the way in the 63rd running of the Great American Race. A few months later, he grabbed a sixth place finish in the GEICO 500 at Talladega, his second top-ten in the NASCAR Cup Series in only his third start.