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Logan Misuraca’s 1 In a Million Journey Champions Hope in Humanity

Logan Misuraca hopes to inspire racing fans to realize that they are #1InAMillion. (Photo: Logan Misuaraca)

Logan Misuraca hopes to inspire racing fans to realize that they are #1InAMillion. (Photo: Logan Misuaraca)

As Logan Misuraca has embraced throughout her life and career, each of us brings something unique to the table by being ourselves.

By all means, as the 23-year-old Sanford, Florida native can attest, her mission in life is to be the best version of herself. While she pursues her career as a competitive stock car racer, she is on journey to inspire others to realize meaningfulness and pride in their individuality.

Misuraca announced the formation of as a way to celebrate and champion hope in humanity through life’s ups and downs. In her words, it’s about looking at the mirror and understanding what we can do to overcome challenges.

“1 in a Million is an opportunity to share the support for mental health and normalize the conversation of struggles,” Misuraca said. “Struggles are what makes you you.”

At age 4, Misuraca started her racing journey as she watched her father race. By age 18, Misuraca, following a successful dance career, put her focus into stock car competition.

Certainly, Misuraca’s initial years as a stock car racer wasn’t easy, particularly with the resistance she faced at the track.

“An industry full of knowledge, cutting-edge competitors, businessmen, egos and so much more, but also full of broken promises, bad intentions, or simply judgmental spectators, it was tough to say the least,” she recalled. “Being raised with thick skin and built like a brick wall, I was eager to push through. I knew the reward as much larger than the restraint.”

While Misuraca encountered some self doubts, it was during a tough time when she realized the name of her mission.

“I created to not only share my journey, but to spread awareness for everyone’s journey; in life, in childhood, in business, in sports, in all things you are.”

Beyond our uniqueness, Misuraca looks to promote 1 in a Million as a way to bring the racing community together in a unique manner.

“With a purchase of just 1 block for $1 or more for a larger contribution, I ask for you to have your voice, share your journey, business, accomplishments or simply a picture of you because you are 1 in a million!” she remarked.

Misuraca hopes fans know that they're truly unique and can champion to be their best selves.

Misuraca hopes fans know that they’re truly unique and can champion to be their best selves.

Portions of the proceeds for 1 in a Million will be donated to a National Mental Health organization to encourage others to use their voice and overcome their struggles while being the best version of themselves.

“My mission is to encourage our community to realize I am unique, I am powerful, I am directed to success, I am purposeful,” she said.

Fans can participate in Misuraca’s 1 in a Million platform by heading over to the purchasing page. From there, the amount of blocks can be chosen along with a photo from the fan that will be on her ARCA Menards Series stock car in 2023.

For fans who are interested in becoming an Early Access VIP member, purchases of over $1,000 will grant opportunities in discounted merchandise on new launches, free items, a ticket to a race of one’s choice during Misuraca’s 2023 schedule, an invite to her Launch Party at Daytona Beach, Florida on Oct. 10, and more.

More details can be obtained by emailing

Rob Tiongson is a 30-something motorsports journalist who enjoys sports like baseball, basketball, football, soccer, track and field and hockey. A Boston native turned Austinite, racing was the first sport that caught his eyes. From interviews to retrospective articles, if it's about anything with an engine and four wheels, it'll be here on TPF, by him or by one of his talented columnists who have a passion for racing. Currently seeking a sports writing, public relations, or sports marketing career, particularly in motorsports. He enjoys editing and writing articles and features, as well as photography. Moreover, he enjoys time with his family and friends, traveling, cooking, working out and being a fun uncle or "funcle" to his nephew, niece and cat. Tiongson, a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, pursues his Master of Arts in Digital Journalism at St. Bonaventure University. Indeed, while Tiongson is proud to be from Massachusetts, he's an everywhere kind of man residing in Texas.

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