Treyten Lapcevich is a third-generation racer from the small community of Grimsby, Ontario, Canada. Having grown up at the race track watching his father compete, it didn’t take long for him to get bitten by the racing bug. Treyten strapped into his first quarter midget at 4-½ years old and at age 5, when he was finally able to compete, he wasted no time getting to victory lane in his first feature event. That became a familiar site for the six years to follow as Treyten racked up QMA Grands and USAC National Championships, feature wins, and track records as the family-run team traveled across the United States. At age 11, he made the move to his first season in a full-size stock car and earned both the Rookie of the Year and Championship in the Mini Stock division at Sunset Speedway. He became the youngest stock car racing champion in Canada eclipsing the previous mark of 14 set by his older brother Cayden just one year earlier. In 2016, Treyten moved up to the Super Stock division at Sunset Speedway and again captured the Rookie of the Year title and finished third in points with two feature wins and only two nights outside of the top 5. For the 2018 season, Treyten will compete for the first time as a member of Team Champion and will set his sights on the highly contested APC United Late Model Series title where at just 13 years old in 2017 he captured the Rookie of the Year.