12-year-old could be next big thing in racing

12-year-old could be next big thing in racing

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Twelve-year-old Dylan Murry could be the next big thing in racing.

For the last four years, Dylan's been following in the footsteps of some other young Georgia drivers currently racing in NASCAR like David Ragan and Chase Elliott.

The Dawsonville native had 11 wins in 2013. He is also a World Karting Association champion in two series.

This year, Dylan is turning his focus to racing in the legends series.  He'll be racing in Winter Flurry this winter at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

In the summer, Dylan will be racing in Thursday Thunder. He says he would love to carry on Georgia's tradition in NASCAR.

In his first time in a legends car, Dylan did a really cool video of him sliding under an 18-wheeler.

Click here to see that video: http://www.dylanmurry.com

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