Travis Braden began his racing career at the young age of eight years old. After finding early success in the Legend Cars Series along with a Young Lions National Championship, Braden turned his racing focus to full body stock cars. Soon after making the transition over to full-size vehicles, Travis was able to win his first state championship in the Whelen All-American Series.
Turning ahead to 2013, Travis began racing around the country in the Super Late Model division that highlights some of the countries top talents.
In 2015, Travis Braden made his first ARCA Menards Series start at Lucas Oil Raceway where he was able to win in his first race, edging out current NASCAR Cup Series star William Byron. This victory would quickly make Travis known as one of the top-up-and-coming talents in the sport of NASCAR. While building his name on and off the racetrack, Braden has focused on the ARCA Menards Series and the Super Late Model division. In 2016, Braden conquered another historic victory at the famed Winchester Speedway winning one of the most famous Super Late Model races, the Winchester 400. Just a few years later, Braden found himself in victory lane of the biggest short track race in the world by winning the 2019 Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway.