From the moment Cale Conley strapped into his first go-cart at the age of five, there was no looking back. The past seventeen years have been a consistent, yet strategic pursuit to achieving his ultimate dream of racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
He launched into quarter midgets immediately following his run with go-carts and proved to be tremendously successful after winning a handful of races, track championships and regional titles. Three years later, Conley transitioned to the open-wheeled, USAC Kenyon midgets where he found equal success in capturing numerous poles and feature wins at various tracks throughout the Midwest.
Shortly after, Conley concentrated his efforts on driving the most powerful oval track racecars competing in the Untied States. He committed to his plan and spent the next two years traveling the country with the World of Outlaws, O’Reilly All Star Sprints, while simultaneously competing in USAC’s dirt/pavement events in the National Sprint Car and National Midget Series.