Nate Hamilton has never been one for corporations, systematic paychecks, the cubicle life, or shall we say THE MAN. Give him a suit and tie and it will find its way into a dark and dusty closet and hopefully to Nate, never be seen again. The irony of it all is that to most of the world, these things are crucial to the smoke and mirrors of being successful. A large paycheck and a house with ever-growing square feet, this is success. See, Nate has never believed in the world’s definition of success. He believes more in how the word was originally defined: as the achievement of something he desires. And by this explanation, Nate has been pretty successful. Nate Hamilton’s journey began in Dallas. He learned quickly, not only what he wanted to do with his life, but also what he claims he was meant to do. When most people Nate’s age were thinking of college plans, worrying about jobs, Nate was calm and confident because he knew what the rest of his life would be filled with: the goal of achieving something he desired, success if you will. Nate knows he was meant to drive. A confidence that not many people have, Nate uses to follow his dreams. People began believing in this dream starting with the 2010 XDC Series race in Englishtown, NJ. With over 20 drivers racing, Nate qualified 1st and placed 4th at his debut race. What follows over the next two years is belief and aspirations to reach his most recently created goal, he dreamt to become: Nate Hamilton, Professional Drifter. He saw himself already racing in Formula D events so all he had to do was wade through the ocean of Pro-Am Series races, push through the long haul of receiving his professional license, by earning it. Now Nate looks forward to the 2013 year because, like he expected, the success has come to this moment for Nate. This year he will make his dreams come true, professionally.