Profile Details


Louisville, Kentucky


Height: 5'7

Weight: 163

Education: Western Kentucky University

Hobbies: Biking, running

Favorite Movie: Good Fellows

Favorite Food: Ribeye

Favorite Racing Memory: Daytona 2013

On Track

Bo LeMastus finished 6th after starting 23rd in the Lucas Oil 200 Driven by General Tire at Daytona to kick off the 2016 ARCA season.

When he’s not pursuing his passion for motorsports, Bo LeMastus is the CEO of Crosley Brands, which manufactures vintage electronics under the Crosley Brand name. LeMastus, a road racing veteran by trade, finished sixth in national championship driver point standings in his own No. 42 Crosley Brands car in his first full season on tour in 2015.

Bo LeMastus car shot Nashville Test 2016

In 43 career ARCA Racing Series starts since 2013, LeMastus finished a career-best 6th at Daytona Int'l Speedway in 2016. His next-best finish was 8th at Pocono Raceway in 2015. He also finished 9th at Talladega Superspeedway in 2015, 9th at Salem Speedway in 2015, 10th at Talladega in 2017, 10th at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville in 2016, 10th at Toledo Speedway in 2016, 10th at Kentucky Speedway in 2015, 10th at Michigan Int'l Speedway in 2015, 11th at Springfield mile dirt in 2015, 12th at New Jersey road course in 2015, 13th at Iowa Speedway in 2015, 13th at Pocono in 2015, 13th Kansas Speedway in 2014, 14th at Nashville in 2015, 15th at Salem in 2015, 15th at Toledo in 2015, 16th in his ARCA debut at Daytona in 2013, 17th at Pocono in 2016, 17th at DuQuoin in 2015, 17th at Lucas Oil Raceway in 2015, 17th at Chicagoland Speedway in 2015, 17th at Winchester Speedway in 2015, 17th at Salem in 2013, 18th at Kentucky in 2014, 18th at Kansas in 2015, 19th at New Jersey Motorsports Park in 2016, 19th on the Road America road course in 2013, 20th at Mobile Int'l Speedway in 2015, 21st at Salem in 2015, 21st at Mobile in 2013, 22nd at Berlin in 2015, 23rd at Daytona in 2015, 26th at Talladega in 2016 and 31st at Talladega in 2013. His career-best qualifying run is 10th at Talladega in 2014. LeMastus is a veteran of AMA motocross (1987-1999) and motorcycle road racing where he earned an AMA road racing championship in 2008. He is also a veteran of SCCA, NASA/SCCA, HSR, WERA, SVRA and VSCDA road racing. Some of the well-known tracks where LeMastus has logged laps over the years includes Mid Ohio Sports Car Course, Sebring, Road Atlanta, Watkins Glen, Road America and Daytona. He was the AMA/WERA National Endurance Champion in 2007. 

LeMastus recently united with David Gilliland to form a new driver development team: DGR-CROSLEY.