A victory in the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) season finale last year and a second place finish in the PASS opener this year has 19-year-old Trevor Noles riding a wave of momentum heading into the inaugural race for the Championship Auto Racing Series (CARS) Super Late Model Tour.

That finale for the PASS Series was held at the same track he is returning to on March 28th for the inaugural CARS Tour race – Southern National Motorsports Park.  In fact, that victory is Noles’ lone victory in a Super Late Model.  That victory, however, gives him all the confidence he needs to be competitive next Saturday.

“I think we have a good car,” Noles, who resides in Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina, said.  “Randy Renfrow and Coulter Motorsports have been doing one hell of a job.  I just want to try to keep momentum going with the CARS Tour and try to get us a win to start it off.  It’s really a blessing to come out here and race and have fun.  Hopefully we can get a win in the CARS Tour.  We had a good run at Dillon Motor Speedway in the PASS Series and finished second.  Just want to keep it going.”

Noles has been a mainstay in the PASS South Series the past few season but he, like many others in Super Late Model racing, has become very attracted to the CARS Tour and plans to run the entire season.

“We’re planning on running the whole CARS Tour,” Noles remarked.  “I don’t know what else we’re going to do.  This looks like it’s going to be a good series and we’re just going to try to do well and keep the momentum going.  I don’t know what our plans are with PASS.  We want to run as much as we can.  We have a limited budget but we’ll run as much as we can.”

Noles plans to mount a legitimate charge at the series championship and is hoping to win early and often.

“I hope we can contend for the championship.  We have a good piece under us and I think we can.  We’re shooting for four or five wins.  Hopefully we can get 10.”

Trevor’s 15-year-old brother Wesley will also be racing, but he is taking his talents to the PASS Pro Late Model Series.  He finished third in the season opener at Dillon Motor Speedway in South Carolina.  The Pro Late Model rookie, who plays baseball, is hoping to score a few victories in 2015.