Birthdate: May, 29, 1994
Hometown: Boerne, Tx
At age 5, Dillon Spreen began his racing career in a Quarter Midget winning his very first race out. From then on its been nothing but racing for him.
In 2005, after winning over 100 races and 7 championships in 5 years of Quarter Midgets, Dillon Spreen decided to make the step up to Allison Legacy’s. 2005 was a year of learning but after his 3rd race he recorded his first 3rd place finish and in just his 9th start won his first race at age 11.
2006 was his first full season in the Lone Star Legacy Series, he recorded seven 2nd place finishes, and four 3rd place finishes. In August of 2006 he broke 2 track records and got the pole 3 times at the famed Texas World Speedway. He went on to win the Lone Star Legacy Championship.
2007, He ventured out and raced a variety of Allison series races. He received his NASA road race license at the young age of 12 so he could race with the Texoma Allison Legacy road race series. He also ran for a 3rd year with the Lonestar Allison Legacy Series ( based out of San Marcos, TX.), and even traveled up to Peach State Speedway (Now Gresham Motorsports Park) to race with the National Allison Legacy Series ( based out of North Carolina). He won 11 races, finished 2nd 8 times and I had a 3rd and 2 fourth place finishes with only 2 races out of the top 10. He broke the track records on the road courses at Texas World Speedway and MSR Houston, and won the Lonestar Allison Legacy Championship for the 2nd year in a row.
In 2008, Dillon Spreen began his late model career in the Texas Super Racing Series. He recored 2 top 5 finishes and one 2nd place finish, ending his season 7th place in the points. He was awarded Sportsman of the Year.
2009 started his second year of TSRS racing. He had many top 3 runs come to an end early in the season due to mechanical failure. On July 11th he won his first TSRS race. His 2nd season ended him in the 5th spot for the year in points.
In 2010, he moved his way up the ladder to Pro Late Models. His first race was at South Alabama Speedway in OPP, AL. He started an impressive 3rd and ended up 9th due to an ill handling car. In July of 2010 he was offered a ride to come back and race one Allison Legacy. He qulaified on the pole and won the race. In August he went to the Lee Fields Memorial 150 in Mobile, AL. He started on the pole but fell out early from mechanical failure while running 3rd.