16 year old Camden Proud has been a quarter midget competitor since age 4, piloting a wide range of chassis during a 9 year span from 2004 to 2012. In 9 years running for USAC and QMA sanctioned events, the young Proud had a career spanning 5 divisions, graduating from a car with speeds of 20mph to speeds of up to 55mph. Camden has 27 career quarter midget feature victories, and 35+ preliminary (B, C-Main) and heat race wins. At age 11, he picked up his first track championship at the Oswego County Quarter Midget Club, took a year off, and a year later won the Syracuse Quarter Midget Club Track Championship, the Sodus Shootout Track Champinship, and finished 3rd in the Northeast National Series with races in Oswego, Fulton, Syracuse, Sodus, and "Little T Speedway" in Thompson, Connecticut. Proud also collected a Jr. Novice track championship at age 5, the fast time award for the 2007 Region 2 States Race, 2nd place in the 2009 States Race, and 3rd place in the 2012 Syracuse Northeast Summer Nationals Race. A 4X QMA and USAC Track Champion, the accomplished young driver took his talents to Oswego Speedway in the summer of 2013 at just 14 years old. He then became the youngest driver to ever tour the famed Steel Palace and take up to speed laps at that age. He got his family built Proud Chassis, Proud Motorsports No. 3 SBS down to a 19.7 second lap with an average speed of 114mph on just his first time on the track. By the next week, he was even quicker, and at the 2014 season opening practice, Camden quickly moved from the rookie group, right up to running with the big boys and turning a 19.2, then fastest for any SBS at the track that night. Along with the Rookie of the Year award and quick adaption to the class, Proud picked up 8 top 10s, 3 top 5s, a podium, two heat race wins, and put on two tremendous battles for a feature win throughout the 2014 rqace season. Camden is the youngest driver to ever start a feature, land a podium, win Rookie of the Year, and also is part of the youngest podium finishing group ever, with Alex Hoag and 16 year old high school classmate Anthony Losurdo taking 2nd and 1st. Camden plans to "Finish the Job" in 2015 and take his Dad's homebuilt Proud Chassis to Oswego Speedway victory lane and to continue to add tremendous accomplishments and results to his very impressive and young motorsports resume.