Driver: Justin Mondeik
Hometown: Gleason, Wisconsin

Series: TUNDRA SLM, ASA Midwest Tour

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Michigan Technological University (Magna Cum Laude)

Profession: Project Engineer

47 Super Late Model Feature wins from 2020-23 at five different tracks

Justin began racing when he was just four years old. His grandfather raced snowmobiles and Justin followed in his footsteps by racing on ice oval tracks as a child. Justin started racing asphalt stock cars in 2013 and quickly rose through the Central Wisconsin short track ranks; winning races in Mini-Mods and claiming the 2015 State Park Speedway Track Championship in Limited Late Model competition.

2022 was his 7th year in the Super Late Model division, the highest form of asphalt stock car racing below NASCAR. Justin and his family-owned race team have set the Midwest on fire over the past three years.


2022 Tundra Super Late Model Champion
2020-22 State Park Speedway Track Championships
2022 Norway Speedway Track Championship
2020 & 2021 Golden Sands Speedway Track Championships
Two-time Kulwicki Driver Development Program Finalist


2023 will mark the 6th season of Justin Mondeik Racing's Mighty Bandos Wisconsin Traveling Series. In 2018, Justin created this youth driver development series to help bring awareness and recognition to the young drivers and families in the Bandolero division. Racing is an expensive sport, and between the traveling and car expenses, most of these families go home with nothing other than the race experience. Justin and his team decided to promote the series through its social media platforms, and sponsor custom medals for the top-3 podium finishers at each race event. At the end of the season, the points leader will win the Season Championship and will be awarded a $1,000 bonus. The other top-9 drivers will receive custom trophies and prizes. The Mighty Bandos Banquet is usually held late-Fall at a family-friendly venue.Beyond the prizes and recognition, the youth drivers also gain a role model. Justin spends time with the drivers at the track, helping them understand what they are feeling in the car. Justin always meets with the winning driver and interacts with the families at the races.