Caudell studied at the University of Oklahoma and runs his own company, Caudell Consulting and Marketing. Caudell has a wealth of experience in the energy industry, with a particular focus on the blending of renewable resources into gasoline and biodiesel fuels.
Caudell can hold his own behind the wheel of a racecar, too. He raced in the United States Super Trucks for 10 years and had the honor of running great tracks like Nashville Superspeedway, Milwaukee Mile, Iowa Speedway, and North Wilkesboro. USST utilized 500 horsepower, full-size supertrucks with Five Star bodies. Caudell would even debut in NASCAR prior to his first ARCA start, driving the #12 Chevrolet to a 28th place finish at Iowa last year.
Caudell. in Wayne Hixson's No. 2 car, competed in the full ARCA season in 2017, finishing 10th in driver championship standings in his first full season. He also finished 5th in Scott Rookie Challenge points. The Piedmont, OK driver seems to have a knack for the dirt, with a career best finish of 14th at Springfield in 2016, and a 2017 season best finish of 17th at DuQuoin.
In 2015, Caudell began his ARCA career. He took part in the open test in January at Daytona in order to earn his superspeedway license, and used it to make his series debut at the tour’s largest racetrack, Talladega. After starting 31st, Caudell brought out the race’s first caution flag when he slowed on track with electrical issues; he finished 33rd.
Education: BA of Management Information Systems
Hobbies: Building race cars, rock climbing, exercise, watching movies
Favorite Movie: Blade Runner
Favorite Food: Girlfriend's cooking
Favorite Racing Memory: Winning USST races from the back
Hometown: Piedmont, OK
DOB: Jan 2, 1967