Between the ages of 7 and 9, Landon honed his skills in go-kart racing, developing his unique driving style. At 9, he stepped up to the 600cc mini sprint category, benefiting from his father's experience in sprint car racing and often sharing race tracks with him. By the age of 12, Landon was ready to progress to the 305 cubic inch full-size sprint car class. Despite concerns about his young age, he gained approval to compete and made a notable debut in Wichita Falls, TX, in May 2020. In his first major race, he impressively finished 12th among a field of over 60 competitors. The year 2020 saw Landon participate in more 305 races and even his first 360 sprint car race in Monroe, LA. The following year, he fully transitioned to the 360 class, achieving several top 5 and top 10 finishes, and narrowly missing the top spot in the American Car Series Mid-South Region.
In 2022, Landon, with his father's guidance, competed in the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour, finishing 8th in the overall points standings.