Meet the Crew

Micah Horton

Car Chief No. 11

Hometown
Mt. Holly, NC

With more than 11 years of experience, Micah Horton is bringing more than just his organizational skills to Kaulig Racing. So far, Horton has worked in the Truck Series, Cup Series, as well as the Xfinity Series. He was the Team Manager for Viva Motorsports for five years before moving to Car Chief for Corrie Stott. Horton also worked as the Crew Chief for Danny Efland. Horton loves NASCAR because of the traveling, and he’s excited to for his fourth season with Kaulig Racing.

Bruce Schlicker

Crew Chief: No. 10

Hometown
Clarksburg, WV

Bruce Schlicker started his racing career by helping an ARCA Series truck driver from his hometown in West Virginia, while he was finishing college. Schlicker earned his masters and undergrad degree in Mechanical Engineering from West Virginia University. Unlike most in the industry, Schlicker did not have a direct tie to racing as a kid, his family was in the construction business and he played baseball and football as a kid through high school.

Schlicker’s first job out of college was when he moved to North Carolina and worked in the fab shop for Fitz Motorsports in 2007. To date, Schlickers favorite memory in racing was when Brendan Gaughn won at Road America, it was Gaughn’s first win. His first win was in the Truck Series for Richard Childress Racing and Ty Dillon at Atlanta. 

When Schlicker is not working at Kaulig Racing or at the race track, he enjoys doing projects around his house, as well as, spending time with his three kids.

Alex Yontz

Crew Chief: No. 11

Hometown
Walnut Cove, NC

Alex Yontz is entering his 18th year in racing after getting his start in go-kart racing at the age of six. He went on to race in several different series including legend cars, late models, the ASA National Series, ARCA Racing Series, and the NASCAR Truck Series. His favorite memory is winning the Bailey’s 300 late model race at Martinsville Raceway. He joins Kaulig Racing after an extensive driving career, which will allow him to provide valuable insight to the setup of Kaulig Racing’s Chevrolet SS Camaros. When not at the race track, Yontz enjoys spending time at the beach with his family.

James Triplett

Facilities Specialist

Hometown
Lexington, NC

Jason “Scotty” Williamson

Hometown
Roanoke, Virginia

David Salerno

Interior Mechanic

Hometown
Brooklyn, NY

Chad Rainy

Fabricator

Hometown
Linden, MI

Donald Colewell

Fabricator / Mechanic

Hometown
Greensboro, NC

James Houk

Fabricator

Hometown
Fair Play, Missouri

Scott Simpson

Crew

Hometown
Wooster, OH

Will Mallard

Hauler Driver: No. 10

Hometown
Brooklet, GA

Taylor Gartland

Engineer: No. 16

Hometown
Bloomington, MN

Andrew Hardy

Engineer: No. 10

Hometown
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

Bryce Bratton

Tire Specialist: No. 11

Hometown
Long Beach, CA

Troy Lankford

Tire Specialist: No. 10

Hometown
Welcome, NC

Joseph “Cruz” Gonzalez

Underneath Mechanic: No. 16

Hometown
Yadkinville, NC

Kevin Mcdowell

Underneath Mechanic: No. 11

Hometown
Myrtle Beach, SC

Rick Johnson

Underneath Mechanic: No. 10

Hometown
Painfield, Illinois

Tim Sanders

Front-End Mechanic: No. 16

Hometown
Newberry, SC

Ryan “Turbo” Richmond

Front-End Mechanic: No 11

Hometown
Clinton, NY

Troy Phillips

Front-End Mechanic: No. 10

Hometown
Pasadena, TX

Jaron Antley

Car Chief: No. 10

Hometown
Downsville, LA

At 10-years-old, Jaron Antley was introduced to racing by helping his uncle at his local dirt track; that was the beginning of his racing future. Antley graduated from the NASCAR Technical Institute in 2010 and quickly began his career with the ARCA Racing Series for two years, before moving up to the Truck Series and now Xfinity Series. He has been with Kaulig Racing since 2016 and is in his second season serving as the Car Chief on the No. 10 Chevrolet. When he’s not at the track, he enjoys hunting, fishing and football with his family.