Daryn Weatherman’s sons Kyle and Clayton have been churning out fast laps, racing on tracks around the country. As their father and an official sponsor, Daryn Weatherman could not be prouder
St. Louis, Missouri, May 23, 2012 – Daryn Weatherman, owner of St. Charles Glass and Glazing, has added racing sponsorship to his resume. Beginning with his sons Kyle Weatherman and Clayton Weatherman, Daryn is determined to create a family racing dynasty.
Clayton and Kyle have built up a fine reputation in the Legend racing events around the country. Twelve year old Clayton and fourteen year old Kyle are taking away trophies regularly. Daryn is pleased with their success and proudly supports them with investments of his time and money.
These two young drivers are at the top of their game, placing within the top three finishers on numerous races. Their father has created the Weatherman Motor Sports website to disseminate news of their upcoming races. The site also gives potential sponsors a look at their racing abilities.
The boys have been working towards their goals for several years. In 2009, Kyle Weatherman won four of the five events in the Bandolero Bandits racing division at Battle in the Bayou. Kyle’s brother Clayton Weatherman won the feature race in the same contest at Monroe Motor Speedway in 2010. A healthy level of sibling rivalry continues to spur the two on to greater and more impressive victories.
Kyle is making the leap to the ARCA Series in 2012, participating in the recent Toledo ARCA event. Due to a change in ARCA rules, Kyle is now eligible to participate in their races as one of the youngest ARCA racers in history. Clayton also continues to excel as a top winner as he too climbs towards fulfilling their ultimate NASCAR dreams.
Daryn is excited at the prospect of seeing the two young drivers advancing their racing careers. He sponsors them through his St. Charles Glass and Glazing Inc. and offers his time and attention as well. With Daryn Weatherman’s steadfast backing, it is no wonder his sons are dominating the field of young American racers.