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Virginia-native Brian Henderson has been racing since the age of five. A year later, at age 6, Henderson won his first karting Championship at King George Speedway. Henderson raced multiple divisions in the World Karting Association and Virginia Dirt Karting Association from 2005 to 2012, winning multiple races, poles, and championships. Henderson transitioned to road-racing in Mazda Miata’s in 2013. After graduating from the NASA driving school, Henderson won his first SSM race starting from the pole position. In 2014, Henderson competed in the NASA Mid-Atlantic series in the Spec Miata class, finishing second overall and earning Rookie of the Year honors. In 2015, Henderson finished 2nd again in the Mid-Atlantic series SM championship. He also finished 4th in his first national event in Spec Miata at the NASA Eastern States Championships. Henderson gained valuable oval track experience in a Late Model Stock Car in 2015, competing in several races throughout the year with multiple top-10 finishes. In 2016, Henderson ran five races in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, finishing out the season with one top -10 and three top -15’s. In 2017 Henderson competed in the NASCAR Xfinity Series Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen finishing 33rd due to mechanical issues. At the beginning of 2017, Henderson set goals to win the NASA Mid-Atlantic Spec Miata Championship and the NASA Mid-Atlantic Teen Mazda Challenge Championship. He achieved these goals in addition to winning the NASA National Eastern States PTE Championship. In 2018 Brian competed in a variety of different classes that included Global MX-5, NASA, SCCS, Hoosier Super Tour and the NASCAR Xfinity series all totaling over 30-starts. Brian accumulated 2 wins, 9 top fives, and 20 top-ten finishes. In 2019 Brian is competing in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challange in the TCR class. Brian recently graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a degree in Economics.


AGE: 23

RESIDES: Falmouth, VA

RACE SERIES: IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge





•  IMSA Michelin Pilot Chllenge Championship - 5th place in TCR
•  SCCA National Championship Runoffs SM - 4th place in SM


•  Global MX-5 Championship
•  Raced in 31 races:
•  2 Wins
•  9 top 5s
•  20 top 10s
•  Competed in 2 NASCAR Xfinity Races


•  NASA Eastern States Nation PTE Champion
•  NASA Regional Mid-Atlantic Champion SM Class
•  Mid Atlantic Teen Mazda Challenge Champion SM Class
•  7 Wins
•  23 top 5s
•  20 top 10s


•  2 Wins
•  7 top 5s
•  13 top 10s
•  Competed in 5 NASCAR K&N Pro
•  East Series Races - 1 top 10 and 3 top 15s


•  WDCR-SCCA Regional Championship 5th place in the SSM Class
•  NASA Mid Atlantic Regional Championship - 2nd place in SM Class
•  NASA East Coast National Championship -  4th place in SM Class
•  4 Wins
•  16 top 5s
•  7 top 10s
•  Competed in 2 NASCAR Whelen All American Late Model Series Races


•  NASA Mid Atlantic Regional Championship - 2nd in SM Class
•  NASA Mid Atlantic Regional Championship Rookie of the year in SM Class
•  11 top 5s in 12 races


•  Virginia Dirt Karting Association Junior
•  Champion Animal Heavy


•  King George Speedway Regional Kids Kart Champion


Brian Henderson Racing Partners & Series



Atlanta Speedwerks provides top-quality service. This means we pay very close attention to detail when it comes to preparing cars for the track. We go above and beyond to make sure there are no mechanical issues with each and every car we prep or build.

We provide a high level of very specialized trackside service to a small number of clients.

  • Professional driver coaching
  • Share data/video and information with teammates
  • We foster a learning environment, just bring your desire to improve
  • An average of 3 cars at the track each weekend
  • High ratio of crew to cars






The Michelin Pilot Challenge is a grand touring and touring car racing series run by the International Motor Sports Association. Originating from the Canadian Motorola Cup, the series was taken over by Grand-Am in 2001 to become the Grand-Am Cup following the demise of rival IMSA's Firehawk series of similar rules in the US. KONI became a series sponsor for the start of the 2007 season when the series became known as the KONI Challenge Series, before renaming once more prior to the start of the 2009 season as the KONI SportsCar Challenge. The series name was once again changed for the 2010 season to Continental TireSports Car Challenge. In 2019, the series rebranded again after Michelin was selected to become the new official tire supplier of the series.

Race Face Brand Development was established to assist and train young auto racing drivers to create and promote their own unique brand. RFBD also is involved in the strategy to help young drivers reach the next steps in their racing careers by working with some of the top developmental programs in the country. 

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