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Moises de la Vara

Moises de la Vara

#6 DEForce Racing

Birthdate: August 13, 1997
Residence: Houston, Texas
Website: Moidlvracing.com
Twitter: @Moidlv
Instagram: @Moi_Dlv
Facebook: Moises de la Vara
Team Website: DEForceRacing.com




IEP / JUMEX / UAG / INTERProtección

Nationality: Mexican

Languages spoken: English, Spanish

Height/weight: 6’2” / 190 lbs.

Education: High School

Hobbies: Listening to music, playing video games and playing sports (karting, racquetball and tennis)

Talent I wish I had: I wish I was better at golf

Favorite food: Sushi and steak

Bucket list: To travel in Asia, visit Yellow Stone National Park, drive an F1 car or Indy car, learn to surf

The one person I would most like to meet: Daniel Ricciardo

Interesting note about me: I had my first Kart racing in 2015 (as a 17-year-old), and I use a smaller shoe size to fit my car

Racing goal: To drive in the NTT IndyCar Series

Racing hero: Ayrton Senna

Career results:


  • Finished eighth in his first full Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires season with a best finish of 4th in the season finale at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca


  • Won the FIA F4 NACAM Championship with nine wins, 16 podiums and seven pole positions in 22 races
  • Competed in five Indy Pro 2000 Championship races with a best finish of fourth on the oval at Gateway


  • Finished 12th in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship with six Top 10s in 13 races and best finishes of eighth at Indianapolis and Toronto
  • Finished fourth in the FIA F4 NACAM Championship, with three wins, seven podiums and five poles positions in 23 races
  • Competed four F4 US Championship races


  • Earned a victory, a second and a fourth place finish in three races in the Indy Pro 2000 Championship National Class at Weather Tech Raceway Laguna Seca
  • Finished seventh in the F4 US Championship, with a podium, three Top 3s and five Top 10s
  • Finished eighth in the FIA F4 NACAM Championship and earned Rookie of the Year honors with a win, three Top 5s and 17 Top 10s in 22 races
  • Continued to race karts in events such as the US ROTAX Max Challenge Grand Nationals, ROTAX Max US Open, ROTAX Max Florida Winter Tour and ROTAX Max Pro-Kart Challenge


  • Competed in Karts events as the US ROTAX Max Challenge Grand Nationals, ROTAX Max US Open, and ROTAX Max Pro-Kart Challenge


  • Began karting