Slater Helt is a 15-year old Harrisonville, Missouri native that is
continually climbing through the ranks of racing, and he would like
An enthusiastic and avid racer of seven years, Helt
began his career at the age of seven in go-karts. The talented
wheelman has garnered a whopping total of 72 career wins since he
started back in 2007, and shows no sign of stopping his winning ways
He went on to win several special events including two Pro Kart
National Series races and the 2011 Tarren Heremsa Memorial. The
young gasser claimed four track championships while running karts at
places like Emma Raceway, Lasoski
Speedway and the Sedalia Coliseum.
He also wound up fifth in the 2011
Pro Kart National point standings
during his final year of kart racing.
Heading into 2012, the decision was
made to make the switch into
Restricted micro sprints.
guiding his Helt’s Turf Farms No. 22
to six victories that year, he then
moved into A-Class midway through 2013. In the summer of 2014,
the purchase of a new Metric Cycles powered Pace Chassis also
allowed Helt to move into the Outlaw class.
He ended the season on a
strong note as he earned career first victories in both A-Class and
Outlaw at Sweet Springs Raceway. The year finally came to a close as
Helt ran second at Port City Raceway’s $11,000 to win “Outlaw
Nationals,” an event dubbed the biggest micro sprint race in history.