Kevin Ramey began racing a late model at the age of fifteen. Kevin ran at this level for several years before moving into the Sprint Car world.
Kevin's first full year in a Sprint Car came in 1994. He competed with the National Championship Racing Association (NCRA) for the first time, winning the National Championship that same year. Kevin won this championship driving for Chris Archer.
Over the next few years, Kevin began competing in the American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) and was very successful there. He was able to win several National Races and Regional Championships with ASCS.
In the early 2000s, Kevin's children began racing, and he cut back his time on the road to be more active in his children's lives. His daughter, Mackenzie, was a very accomplished Micro Sprint racer in her own right. His son, Dylan, has raced a Micro Sprint, Sport Mod, IMCA Modified. Dylan will be running a Crate Late Model in the 2022 season.
- 1994 NCRA Champion
- 2001 ASCS Speedweek Champion
- 2003 ASCS Sooner Region Champion
- 2004 ASCS Sooner Region Champion
- 2014 ASCS Gulf South Champion