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Sabre Cook

Sabré Cook

#37 BNRacing with Team Benik


Birthdate: May 21, 1994
Hometown: Grand Junction, Colorado
Residence: Golden, Colorado
Website: SabreCookRacing.com
Twitter: @sabre_cook
Instagram: @SabreCook
YouTube: Sabré Cook
Facebook: Sabré Cook Racing
Team Website: Benik-Kart.com



Xtract Technologies, / Apple Motorsports / Grand Junction Motor Speedway / GJ Home Builders / Alpine Bank / Bell Helmets / Iron Neck

Nationality: American

Languages spoken: English and some French

Height/weight: 5’6” / 130 lbs.

Education: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines 

Hobbies: Engineering, Fitness, Dogs, Hiking, Cycling, Camping, Running, Reading, Singing, Painting, Drawing

Bucket List: Run a marathon or complete a triathlon, get my pilot’s license, learn to play the piano, learn to speak French fluently, spend a week meditating with monks, be the best version of myself.

Local ties: WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca was the first track I ever drove a racing car on in a Skip Barber School. I’ve also received sponsorship support from COTA in the past, so I’m excited to go there and race again this year and share that experience with them.  

The one talent I wish I had: Fluently speak multiple languages, play the piano, ability to compose music, be able to do extreme stunts and strength movements like Demi Bagby, and be able to recall everything I ever read or heard. And of course any superpowers would be awesome!

An interesting note about me: I won the 2018 Infiniti Engineering Academy US region final and secured a year long placement in the UK with INFINITI and Renault F1. If I didn’t choose motorsports I probably would’ve stuck with basketball, I used to be in honor choir throughout high school. I was on the dean’s list all four years of high school, and graduated Cum Laude from university.

Racing goal: Become a full time NTT IndyCar Series driver with a successful team, win the Indianapolis 500, race in the 24 hours of Le Mans and Rolex 24 at Daytona.

Racing hero: My Dad, Ayrton Senna, Jim Clark

Career results:


  • Finished 12th in the inaugural W Series season, with three top 10s
  • Captured a podium and set fast race lap in the non-championship race at Assen


  • Competed in 12 Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship races… contested five F4 US Championship Powered by Honda races


  • Earned a Team USA Scholarship nomination
  • Competed in the SCCA June Sprints, the SCCA Majors and the SCCA Hoosier Super Tour in the FE class


  • Earned the US Open National Shifter Senior karting championship
  • Won the Colorado Sprint Championship and finished sixth in the Grand Prix International Guadalajara in an S1 Pro Stock Moto


  • Won the MAXSpeed Karts to Cars scholarship
  • Won the Rotax Challenge of the Americas DD2 International championship
  • Qualified to be part of Team USA at the Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals


  • Competed in numerous karting championships, taking wins in the Rotax Can-Am Challenge and Rotax Challenge of the Americas races… won the Lonestar Grand Prix Scholarship
  • Named a Women in Sports Foundation Project Podium grant recipient


  • Became the first woman to hold a Pro SKUSA license
  • Ranked third nationally in the Pro Shifter category


  • Earned the SKUSA Pro Tour S2 National Championship, becoming the first woman to win a national SKUSA Pro event


  • Competed in the Skip Barber Karting Scholarship Shootout


  • Competed in numerous karting championships