- Birth Date
- July 7, 1989
- Cedar Rapids, Iowa
- #10 Chevrolet Camaro
- Kaulig Racing Debut
- Crew Chief
- Jason Trinchere
Born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Landon Cassill began racing quads at just three years old before moving up to go-karts. By age 11, he earned his first of two Kart Series national championships and went on to win four International Kart Federation (IKF) championships, both dirt and asphalt.
At age 16, Cassill became the first driver to win in both the Northern and Southern Divisions in the ASA Late Model series (ASALMS). He won his first Challenge Division race at I-70 Speedway in 2010, to become the first driver to win in all three divisions.
In 2006, Cassill was introduced to NASCAR through the GM Racing Development competition before being signed by Hendrick Motorsports later that year. Cassill made his NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) debut at Gateway International Speedway in July 2007 at age 18.
In 2008, Cassill competed in 19 NXS races and won his first pole at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, but had to start at the back of the field due to an engine change. In just 19 starts, Cassill earned five, top-10 finishes and won Rookie of the Year honors. He also drove a limited schedule in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS), recording three top-10 finishes.
In 2010 Cassill made his NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) debut and went on to compete in a total of 16 events that year. Since then, Cassill has made over 500 starts across NASCAR’s top three series.
2022 marks the first of a two-year agreement at Kaulig Racing in the NXS, along with partner, Voyager Digital, for Cassill in the team’s No. 10 Chevrolet.