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IP2K Lazier (2)

Flinn Lazier (R)

#20 Legacy Autosport 

 

Birthdate: April 7, 1999
Hometown: Vail,CO
Residence: Vail, CO
Website: flinn-lazier.com
Facebook: Flinn Lazier
Instagram: @flinnlazier

 

Sponsors:

 

Metalloid / Spark VR / Tivoli Lodge / Bell Helmets


Nationality: American

Languages spoken: English

Height/weight: 6’0” / 155 lbs.

Education: Undergraduate degree

An interesting note about me: A third-generation driver whose grandfather, Bob, won CART INDYCAR Rookie of the Year honors in 1981 and father, Buddy, won the 1996 Indianapolis 500

Favorite food: Ice cream 

Best meal I can cook by myself: Cup of noodles

Bucket list: Race in the Indy 500

Favorite places to visit: Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Racing goal: Succeed at the highest level of motorsport

Racing hero: My dad (Buddy Lazier)

Career results:

2020

  • Made Trans Am TA2) championship debut at Road America
  • Competed in the SCCA Formula Atlantic (FA) National Championship Runoffs 

2019

  • Won second SCCA National Championship Runoffs title (FA - Formula Atlantic) at VIRginia International Raceway
  • Finished sixth in the FRP Formula Atlantic Championship with one win, three additional podium finishes and two pole positions
  • Posted track records at Circuit of The Americas and Watkins Glen
  • Tested Indy Pro 2000 car with Abel Motorsports at the Indianapolis road course
  • Tested an Indy Lights car with Belardi Auto Racing at Sebring International Raceway

2018

  • Won the SCCA Formula Enterprise 2 National Championship Runoffs at Sonoma Raceway from pole position and set a new lap record
  • Scored three SCCA Majors wins (Road America, Grattan Raceway, Gingerman Raceway)

2017

  • Made Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship debut at Barber Motorsports Park
  • Tested an F4 United States Championship car at Roebling Road, GA
  • Won an SCCA Formula Enterprise Super Tour race at Sebring after starting sixth

2016

  • Competed in SCCA National events in Formula Vee and F1600
  • Finished second in his SCCA National Championship Runoffs debut in Formula Vee, claiming a new lap record
  • Scored four Formula Vee Regional wins
  • Named SCCA Colorado Region Rookie of the Year

2015

  • Began open-wheel car racing career by winning all four SCCA Formula Vee Regional races and the championship

2005-2014

  • Began karting in local events at age 6; highlights include two regional championships, a WKA National win at Pevely, MO (Kid Karts), a third-place finish in the Utah Rotax Nationals (Mini Max), two National SKUSA championship wins, second in a SKUSA National Championship and one SKUSA SuperNats pole position (Jr.)