No. 34 Reaume Brothers Racing,
Trans Am TA2:
No. 52 AUTOParkit, Siemens, Ford Mustang
NASCAR Late Model:
No. 25 AUTOParkit, Siemens,
Dasher Lawless Racing, Toyota
Alan has a knack of succeeding in his first try. In his first full season in Legends Alan enjoyed quick success winning the Young Lions Division at the Las Vegas Road Course Series. 2017 marked Lawless Alan’s rookie season in the NASCAR WHELEN Late Model Series at his home track, Irwindale Speedway. When the final checker flew he had finished fourth in points in California’s NASCAR Home Track Series and 44 th of more than 1,000 drivers across America. Alan led all rookies in points at Irwindale Speedway ringing up a win, six podiums, a dozen top fives and more than 20 Top tens. 2018 opened with Alan winning the Late Model Winter Showdown at Kern County Raceway. He qualified on pole and set a new track record in the process. Now in only his second season at Irwindale he won NASCAR’S Home Track Championship with 5 wins, 2 Poles and multiple Podiums. Alan was invited to Charlotte for NASCAR’s annual awards banquet to collect his championship trophy along with the stars of Cup.
In 2019 Alan focused on his road racing skills running all thirteen Trans Am TA2 events garnering him the “Rookie of the Year” award. In a single season Alan competed the country’s finest and famed road courses including; Sebring, Road Atlanta, Lime Rock Park, Laguna Seca, The Detroit Grand Prix, Mid Ohio, Road America, Indianapolis, Circuit of the Americas, and Daytona. Alan was fast and consistent finishing fifth in the championship against a very deep and impressive field.
While racing, Alan is attending the University of Alabama majoring in Business. Alan graduated Magna Cum Laude from Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, CA. 2020 began with Alan being selected to join the Toyota Driver Development Program driving for Bill McAnally Racing in the ARCA Menards West series. Alan competed at “The Bull Ring” in Las Vegas finishing sixth after a tough restart from fourth with three to go. At the second race of the year and the first of the ARCA Sioux Chief series Alan put up a strong top ten finish in ninth. Alan was the highest finisher among “West” drivers and his team. The Las Vegas event was broadcast on NBCSN and the Phoenix race was televised on Fox Sports One.
Lawless enjoys sponsorship from AUTOParkit and Siemens with secondary sponsorship from Garage Floor 24. Alan is currently appearing in commercials during selected NBCSN and MAVTV televised ARCA events as a spokesman for his sponsor AUTOParkit. He has also been featured on ESPN Radio on Race Central Radio with host Kurt Hansen as well as Race Central TV.