The Driver


547649_10151573303680803_1548074796_nIt’s hard to imagine a savvy veteran in motorsports at 23 years old, but Trevor Sanborn is just that. Trevor’s need for speed came early. The Sanborns have owned cars competing at Beech Ridge and Oxford Plains Speedways in Maine for 30 years. Trevor’s exposure to racing at a young age fuelled his desire to get behind the wheel. His wish came true when Trevor went kart racing when he was just 10 years old. Trevor excelled immediately racing karts.

Numerous wins and championships later he went from karts straight to Super Late Models at the age of 15. Once again he proved quickly he belonged. He found victory lane in his rookie season at that time becoming the tracks youngest winner. Trevor’s racing resume is a source of great pride for the Maine talent. He lists three impressive wins in the Pro All Star Series (PASS) Super Late Models as his career highlights, as well as many weekly series Super Late Model wins, and hundreds of Go-kart wins, but there’s no doubt the accolades will continue to come.

Trevor’s passion to better himself was recognized by racing program RACE 101, Trevor attended classes in North Carolina as a scholarship recipient. After  the conclusion of the Race 101 program Trevor relocated to North Carolina  to work as a driver coach to younger drivers.  The benchmarks Trevor uses for success in racing are Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch. While he admires  Busch’s ability as a wheelman he realizes Johnson’s ability to speak is equally as valuable.

When not racing or tuning the race car, Trevor works at his family’s scrap business. He takes a hands‐on approach to his work, and there’s no telling what a day at work will find Trevor doing. Trevor Sanborn is a well‐balanced young man who finds a way to succeed, polished, humble and most of all truly determined.


2006 – 2007

  • Qualified for his first Oxford 250 (6th) Place Finish.
  • Chosen from a 1000 young drivers to drive for the Waltom Driving
  • Development team in the All American 300: Nashville, TN finished (8th).
  • Finished (2nd) Beechridge 300 lap PASS race.
  • PASS North Rookie of the Year.
  • (7) Top 3 Finishes PASS.
  • Tested an ARCA car at Daytona for Bobby Gerhart.

2008 – 2010

  • (2)PASS South wins at Orange County Speedway.
  • Led the most laps in the Beechridge 300.
  • (1) PASS North win Riverside Speedway first PASS North win.
  • (6) Top 3 finishes PASS .
  • Back to back wins to start the season at Beechridge, first time in 20 plus years this has happened.

2011 – Current

  • (1) Win in a handful of starts at Beechridge.
  • (1) Win at Oxford Plains Speedway Only driver in 2014 to win at both speedways.
  • Driver coach for a young rookie, resulting in many top 10’s and 1 win for the young driver.
  • Qualified for the Oxford 250.
  • Trevor didn’t race he was in North Carolina working as a drivers coach for Race 101.
  • RACE 101 Driver Scholarship Recipient Chosen from 100’s of applications.
Stock Car Wins
Laps Raced
Miles Traveled
Fans Amazed

The Team

Trevor Sanborn Motorsports


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Sat 5/23-
  7:00     Season Opener [Finished 5th]
Sat 5/30-  7:00     Beechridge [Finished 12th]
Sat 6/6-    7:00     Beechridge [Finished 21st]
Sat 6/13-  7:00     Beechridge
Sat 6/20-  7:00     Beechridge  – Autograph Session
Sat 6/27-  7:00     Beechridge – 125 laps
Fri 7/3-     7:00     Beechridge – Fireworks Show
Sat 7/18-  7:00     Beechridge
Sat 7/25-  7:00     Beechridge
Sat 8/1-    7:00     Beechridge
Sat 8/8-    7:00     Beechridge
Sat 8/15-  7:00     Beechridge
Sat 8/22-  7:00     Beechridge  – Autograph Session
Sat 8/29-  7:00     Beechridge
Sat 9/5-    7:00     Beechridge

TSM is an experienced Winning team, led by a multi time NASCAR champion crew chief. TSM has always been known for their highly competitive and pristine equipment. From Karts to Super Late Models –We show up to win and look good doing it!

TSM will field the #29 Howe Racing Enterprise Super Late Model in competition at Beech Ridge Speedway, in Scarborough Maine, as well as select races on the Pro Allstar Series, Including the Oxford 250!!

TSM will be competing with a brand new factory supported Howe Racing Enterprises car and will be  contending for not only a track championship, but the NASCAR Maine State championship.


Sat 4/4-      Hickory, NC -150 Laps
Sat 4/18-    Oxford, ME -150 Laps
Sat 5/2-      Scarborough, ME -150 Laps
Sat 7/11-     Scarborough, ME- 150 Laps
Sun 8/31-   Oxford, ME – Oxford 250
Sun 9/20-   Scarborough, ME -300 Laps
Sat 10/3-    Oxford, ME -150 Laps
Sat 11/21-   Hickory, NC -200 Laps

The Crew

Meet the Team

Trevor Sanborn

Parsonsfield, ME
Chris Nelson

Chris Nelson

Oxford, ME
Corey Sanborn

Corey Sanborn

Dayton, ME
Dan Collins

Dan Collins

Sanford, ME
Mike Ramsey

Mike Ramsey

Dayton, ME
Tom Nason

Tom Nason

Dayton, ME

Did you know that you can sponsor Trevor’s car?

Sponsorship Opportunities

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How can sponsorship benefit your business?

Sponsorship can increase name awareness  through visibility in the community, improve revenue, and employee morale. Of course, an added benefit is the  potential tax break / advertising write-off you may be  able to obtain for your business.

Have you ever passed a trailer carrying a race car on the  road? Let me ask you, did it catch your eye? The attention  received while transporting the racecar to races is tremendous. Maybe we could park the car in front of your store or maybe a company event? It will definitely draw attention.  A racing sponsorship is more than just a rolling billboard… Even if you personally have no interest in racing, you can still take advantage of the promotional advantage it can provide your business. Racing events can be a great environment for the prospective client or existing customer who happens to be a race fan. Again, use the opportunity to be creative and differentiate your company from other companies in your market. There is no doubt that exposure in the community will translate into a sale down the road.

What types of sponsorship opportunities are there?

There are many different ways you can provide sponsorship. Sometimes it just takes a little creativity. Of course there is always monetary support. You could also become a product sponsor by providing items needed for the racing season. Often time’s sponsors will provide racers with product sponsorship; this allows funds that would normally be spent on products or services to be used for the race team.

We would be more than happy to discuss any product sponsorship ideas you may have.

What Sponsors Receive

  • Company exposure on the racecar
  • Company exposure on team hauler.
  • Company mentioned by driver during interviews.
  • Personality of the driver becomes a voice for your company and your products.
  • Sponsorship brands on Trevor Sanborn Motorsports social media, weekly newsletter and on driver “Hero Cards” given to fans with autographs.
  • Priority access to car and driver for scheduled special events, employee meetings and or trade seminars/shows.

Full “primary” Sponsorship Benefits 

  • Your company logo prominently displayed on race car and hauler.
  • Logo placement on driver’s and team uniform
  • Maximum visibility on Trevor Sanborn’s social media pages.
  • Media coverage as provided by race venues and news print.
  • Distribution of your materials at each venue, as permitted.
  • Car appearances at your events
  • Announcements and promotions by track announcer.
  • Entertainment options for your employees, clients and guests.
  • Pit passes to venues, as permitted.

Additional Benefits Sponsors Will Receive

Your company’s name will be placed on the racecar and may also include contact information such as your e-mail address, phone number, location, etc. You can also use this space for special promotional advertisements or as a reward to your suppliers or customers. The size of the sign will coincide with the value of support given. Your company’s name/logo will also be on the hauler as it travels up and down the highways of the North East.