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Carson Hocevar 1-on-1: On his all-star Cameo campaign, rookie season

Carson Hocevar has been in the spotlight over the past few years for good and bad reasons.

Most recently, it's been good. His vote-for-me video for the all-star race where he fooled other drivers on Cameo to do videos in support of him went viral. Up until last week at Darlington, he was leading the NASCAR Cup Series rookie standings.

The Spire Motorsports driver, who has had his share of run-ins with other drivers in recent years, talked with FOX Sports over the past couple weeks about his season, the video, hoping to make the all-star race either through the two spots in the Open or the fan vote, sleeping at the race shop and a much more serious situation:

Your family is in Portage, Michigan, which got hit by a tornado earlier this month. Is everybody good?

For my family's sake, everything was all good. The [family's] store was obviously torn up ... but the house was plenty fine. I called my mom and she was like, "Yeah, sun's out, no big deal, just, good old fashioned tornado warning. And then she's like, ‘Hold on your dad's calling me. I'll talk to you later.'" And all of a sudden, I got a call right back and my dad was in the store when it got hit. All the houses behind lost the roofs and lost their garages. So very thankful that it wasn't any worse. Obviously, our roof was torn up, but luckily, it didn't come off. And my dad was in there holding on to the door. We had a metal door there with no windows that he can kind of be sheltered.

Were there other people in the store?

No, he sent them all home at the start of the day, basically, just knowing that it was going to come through. He was still putting together everything and closing up and it kind of sped up and turned direction that obviously it was best not to