The soon to be 16-year-old driver from Benton, Arkansas has set his eyes on the 2024 World of Outlaws tour, teaming with long time Outlaw Veteran Jason Sides. Since beginning go karts at age 7, the World of Outlaws has been a dream of Landon's. After a late season 410 debut at Tri-State Speedway last month in the 7S, Landon battled several veteran drivers from around the region and felt comfortable in the car. He qualified well with a 5th and 3rd and a solid 6th finish on the final night.
"Jason gave me a great opportunity to make my 410 debut. I learned a lot driving his car those two nights against guys like Aaron Ruetzel and Cory Eliason. It's been a dream to get behind the wheel in a 410 and I can't thank Jason enough for giving me this opportunity."
At age 14, Landon took on the ASCS National Tour alongside his father, Tim Crawley. In 2023, the team ran a limited schedule and won the Greg Hodnett Memorial at Riverside International Speedway and a USCS win at The Mag in Columbus, Mississippi.
"I never dreamed an opportunity like this would come so early in my career. I can't thank my family, friends and marketing partners for helping my dreams become a reality. I am looking forward to the Chili Bowl and the 2024 World of Outlaws season opener at Volusia. I am excited to drive for the Sides 7s Motorsports team knowing the vast amount of knowledge and experience that Jason and his team have with the World of Outlaws over the years."