Quin Houff is a 20-year-old driver from Weyers Cave, Virginia, currently competing in the ARCA Racing Series and the NASCAR Xfinity Series. He has a history of winning in the CARS Super Late Model Tour and has been an ARCA contender since his debut race at Daytona in 2018. More about Quin…
QUIN HOUFF CAPTURES TOP TEN FINISH AT MICHIGAN
ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards rookie Quin Houff earned a top ten finish in Friday afternoon’s ZOMONGO 200 at the Michigan International Speedway. Mason Mitchell Motorsports driver Quin Houff earned his second straight top-10 by earning a eighth-place result in the 100-lap event.
“What an up down day,” Quin Houff stated. “My team has no quit in them I wouldn’t quit on them either. We fought through so many obstacles in the race from flat tires, an oil line leak smoking up the car throughout the whole race. We raced our way up to second at the end until we got roughed up by another competitor. That contact pushed us back to eighth at the end of the race. I can’t wait until we head to Pocono in July! Thanks to my team, family and friends for all the support. We won’t stop working until we get that win for all of us.”
QUIN HOUFF BRINGS MOMENTUM INTO MICHIGAN WITH MASON MITCHELL MOTORSPORTS
MOORESVILLE, NC (June 5, 2018) – Coming off of a career best finish of sixth two weeks ago at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, Quin Houff will return to the No. 98 BeatinCancerWithDuke.org Chevrolet at Michigan International Speedway (MIS) with Mason Mitchell Motorsports (MMM) in the ZOMONGO 200. This will mark Houff’s first time racing at the 2.0-mile track located in Brooklyn, Michigan.
“Michigan is going to be a whole new challenge and I’m excited to go tackle the fast-paced two-mile track,” Houff stated. “I know the MMM guys will prepare a fast car and get me up to speed quickly. “It felt great to get a solid top-10 finish under my belt and leave Charlotte with momentum heading into Michigan. Charlotte kind of knocked the rust off for me being out of the car since February. I am very excited to hit the ground running even better in Michigan and get the finish that MMM deserves.”
QUIN HOUFF FINISHES SIXTH IN ARCA’S RETURN TO CHARLOTTE
MOORESVILLE, NC (May 26, 2018) – After nearly a decade and a half away from the Charlotte Motor Speedway, the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards returned to the 1.5-mile track Thursday evening for the General Tire 150. Mason Mitchell Motorsports teammates Quin Houff and Max Tullman both made their 1.5-mile debut in the 100 lap event. Houff led the way earning a career best sixth-place finish in just his third ARCA start. Teammate Max Tullman finished in the 12th position.
Houff started in the 17th spot and moved into the top-ten early by lap-five. He raced the No. 98 BeatinCancerWithDuke.org Chevy as high as the fifth spot. Houff’s next race will be in two weeks at the 2.0-mile Michigan International Speedway.
QUIN HOUFF PREPARED TO GET BACK BEHIND THE WHEEL AT CHARLOTTE MOTOR SPEEDWAY
Mooresville, NC (May 22, 2018) – It’s been three months since 20-year-old Quin Houff’s last ARCA race at the Daytona International Speedway (DIS). This week he will be back behind the wheel of the No. 98 BeatinCancerWithDuke.Org Chevrolet for Mason Mitchell Motorsports (MMM) in the General Tire 150 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Houff took part in the open test two weeks ago at the 1.5-mile track to prep for the 100 lap event.
“The ARCA test was my first time turning laps around Charlotte,” Quin Houff explained. “I had a lot learn as a driver. Not only figuring out the lines but also working on relaying feedback to the team about the car since this is the first race at Charlotte for them as well. The team was able to get me comfortable right away behind the wheel and the team made great adjustments to make us better every single run.”
While Quin hasn’t raced since Daytona, he’s been very busy making numerous appearances.
QUIN HOUFF AND MMM HAVE UP AND DOWN DAY AT DAYTONA
DAYTONA BEACH, FL (Feb. 12, 2018)— Since Mason Mitchell Motorsports (MMM) entered the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards in 2014, the teams motto has always been “never give up.” The MMM team demonstrated that attitude Saturday at the Daytona International Speedway in the Lucas Oil 200 driven by General Tire as Quin Houff fought for the lead before an incident in turn one ended his day.
Quin Houff had unfinished business at DIS last weekend. Houff led 23 laps in the 2017 version of this race until a late race incident set him back in the final running order. Houff, driver of the No. 98 Beatincancerwithduke.org Chevrolet, qualified in the 11th position for the 80-lap event. Houff moved up four spots to seventh in the opening six laps and was content riding single file with the rest of the leaders. After a great pit-stop by the Mark Setzer led team, Houff returned to the action inside the top-five in the fourth position.