He competed in just four races in his two-year NASCAR career. Bolton's career accomplishments were two finishes in the top-ten position, 503 laps raced, $880 in total earnings ($6,495.75 when adjusted for inflation), and 241.3 miles (388.3 km) of racing experience. His first race was the 1964 Textile 250 while his last race was the 1966 Columbia 200. While Bolton never cracked the top ten in championship points, his best season was the 1966 season where he finished in 87th in season points.
Bolton's sponsor was himself; stating that he was a driver/owner during his entire career. His highest earnings for a race were $530 ($3,912.22 when adjusted for inflation). This amount of money was gained at the March 13, 1966 race at Rockingham Speedway.