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One of USACs fiercest competitors, Justin Grants rise to the pinnacle of non-wing sprint car and midget racing was not an easy road. From his roots in Ione, California, Grant picked up his life and moved across the country to Indiana when he was just 18 years old. Over the course of the next half-decade of his life, he went from ride-to-ride as he built connections, matured, and eventually formed into a contending superstar on the national trail.
Cruz Pedregon is a 2-time NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series Funny Car Champion from Torrance, California. He is the brother of Tony Pedregon also a two-time Funny Car Champion. He currently races for his own team, Cruz Pedregon Racing, Inc.
Elliot Cox, number 51, is a kart racer from Indianapolis, Indiana. Elliot's dream is to become the youngest winner of the Indy 500.
Elliot began driving as soon as he turned five, in the fall of 2012. His grandfather took him to buy his first kart, and from the time his foot touched the pedal, he was hooked.
A late arrival to the party compared to most, Mike McKinney didnt climb behind the wheel until he was 18-years old, but quickly made up for lost time. From competing in street stocks on a weekly basis to battling for national championships in modifieds in just a handful of years, McKinneys near immediate ascension was a marvelous journey that made the Illinois native one of the best modified racers in the country.
One of North Americas top rising talents, at just 28 years old, Josef Newgarden has already solidified himself with an IndyCar championship. The Tennessee native worked his way through the karting ranks before moving into single-seater action and eventually into a full-time IndyCar ride in 2012. An opportunity with the legendary Team Penske came about in 2017 and the combination of Newgarden and Penske immediately found success, taking the title in year one together.
The reigning Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion, Joey Logano, has been on the path to the pinnacle of the sport since his younger years. From the ranks of quarter midgets to legend cars and eventually stock cars, the Connecticut native has set ablaze each discipline of racing he has encountered. Entering the 2019 season, Logano is chasing his second-straight NASCAR Cup Series title aboard the Team Penske No. 22.
Although Donny Schatz would never consider himself a historian, the accomplishments he has
earned over the past dozen seasons has etched his name into the history books as one of sprint
car racings best. He is a ten-time World of Outlaws champion. He is a ten-time Knoxville
Nationals winner. He is arguably the greatest sprint car driver of this generation, and the
numbers back it up.
Kimi-Matias Rikknen, nicknamed "Iceman", is a Finnish racing driver currently driving in Formula One for Alfa Romeo Racing. He won the 2007 Formula One World Championship, in his first season at Scuderia Ferrari. After nine seasons racing in Formula One, he competed in the World Rally Championship in 2010 and 2011, then returning to Formula One from 2012. Besides his title, Rikknen also finished second overall in 2003 and 2005 and third in 2008, 2012 and 2018. Prior to the 2019 season, Rikknen has won 21 Grands Prix, making him the Finnish Formula One driver with the most race wins. He is the only driver to take a race win in the V10, V8 and the hybrid V6 engine eras.
The next big thing to some, Logan Seavey is the latest in a long line of successful Toyota Racing Development drivers. The Sutter, California native came to prominence via his dominance of the outlaw karts ranks through his teenage years which led to a ride with the nations most prestigious midget racing powerhouse. As national championships followed, so did opportunities in ARCA and NASCAR Trucks, both which saw immense success for the still rising Seavey.
One of modern-day dirt late model racings most accomplished drivers, Jonathan Davenport has won just about anything and everything on the map. Aptly nicknamed Superman, the Blairsville, Georgia native has amassed some incredible feats over the years with his out-of-this-world driving style and risk-taking ability to perform the most daring of moves on the race track.