Mason Ludwig Signs with MPM Marketing

McCallister Precision Marketing is pleased to announce the addition of Northeastern phenom Mason Ludwig to the company’s roster of racers.

“I am elated to have Mason on board with MPM,” Founder Tonya McCallister said. “He is a super young man that has an unreal amount of talent. His accolades are impressive at his young age of 15-years-old.”

Ludwig, who hails from North Branch, Mich., began racing go-karts in 2010.

“My parents noticed that I have a natural talent for driving,” he said. “When I was just 6-years-old I was racing around our cow pasture with my dad in his bump-n-run autocross cars. He had two cars. He drove one and I drove the other.”

Ludwig has advanced through the motor sports ranks and he nearly captured a late model championship at Spartan Speedway this year. His runner-up result in the standings led him to earn the Most Improved Driver Award.

“I have a true passion for racing and am excited to see what my future holds,” he said. “Signing with MPM Marketing, an established marketing firm, will not only enhance my career, but will open more doors of opportunity. I believe in my family, my supporters and myself, and I think we canmake it a long way in the industry.”

McCallister Precision Marketing, which is based in Columbia, S.C., focuses on assisting up-and-coming race car drivers with career advancement and promotion. It also provides companies with a strategic plan for their sales and marketing needs, as well as works with race teams to not only secure sponsorships, but to build ongoing partnerships with those sponsors.

For more information on McCallister Precision Marketing, visit, email or call 803-361-6199.

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Langley Austin

Langley Austin

Langley founded what you see today because he saw a gap in coverage for Late Model Stock Cars (LMSC), which race primarily throughout the southeast region. His passion and determination for LMSC helped grow the brand of not only but the reputation of LMSC racing. While he’s not as involved today as he once was he’s still the driving force behind and is continuing to grow LMSC racing by promoting tracks and events throughout the region.