Meet the “Dirt Demon”, 21 year old Blue Ridge Ga. Native, Devin Stuart.
Devin has been racing for 5 years in cars, and 10 years before that in karts, it seems he is getting cars figured out pretty fast, racing up to a 2nd place in points at Sugar Creek Raceway in Blue Ridge Ga. In 2007, winning the Turkey Rumble at Cleveland Speedway in 2009, and 2 races this year at North Ga. Speedway. Devin brings his Mastersbilt Chevy powered Modified Hobby car to North Ga. Speedway each Saturday night with the goal of winning on his mind, and he plans on winning 500 before he retires. He list his goals for the year as winning the points in Modified hobby and the Mid-Season Championship as well. And the way he is going he should be able to give that dream a good run.
Devin likes to play video games and ride 4 wheelers as well as spend time with his family and girlfriend. The track he most wants to run is Eldora Speedway, and he is fond of the saying “ to finish first .. first you must finish.” Devin list communicating with his crew as what he does best in a race car. And knowing that he is meeting his fathers expectations is important to him.
He is sponsored by S & S Collision Center, Outlaw Graphics,Blue Ridge Surgical- Dr. Tim Whitaker, Scot’s Performance Bodies. His crew are,David Stuart (Car Owner), Eric Garrett and Dylan Stanton
Devin is not a big fan of dirty drivers and prides him self on his clean and smooth style of driving. He graduated from Fanin County High School in 2007 where he was active in Drama Club, Chorus Club, and FFA Club.
He loves the fans and racing, but is really into winning and it has shown this year as he has won 2 races including the 1st annual Easter Classic at North Ga. Speedway. He wants to race against Ronnie Johnson some day, and the Chattanooga Flash better watch out Devin likes winning, and he has gotten pretty good at it.
He is not married but he does have a wonderful Girlfriend whom he loves to spend time with. And he likes Ray Cook and Dan Schlieper, one thing about Devin is he has no desire to move up to NASCAR he feels it is over rated, but that is fine, he is making a very good dirt driver.