Danial Frost

Danial Frost


Twitter: @Danial_Frost

Instagram: @danial_frost

DOB: October 18, 2001

Hometown: Singapore

Team: HMD Motorsports

HOBBIES: Table tennis, fashion, badminton and music RACING GOALS: IndyCar and Formula 1 – the Holy Grail! RACING HERO: Ayrton Senna ONE PERSON I WOULD MOST LIKE TO MEET: Lewis Hamilton – to gain some insights as to how he got to know his cars so well in order to get the best out of them to make Mercedes AMG proud, so that someday I could follow in his footsteps FITNESS: I do a lot of endurance running and cycling as a main cardiovascular aspect, and body weight training for my muscular strength and endurance FAVORITE SPORTS TO WATCH: Formula 1 (Red Bull Racing) TALENT I WISH I HAD: Mountain climbing FAVORITE PLACES TO VISIT: Japan, Italy, Singapore, California, Denmark, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Shanghai, Macau, Hong Kong, England and New York BUCKET LIST ITEMS: To race in Monaco and on the Singapore Marina Bay Circuit, and to go skydiving in the British Isles PET PEEVES OR FEARS: I am allergic to cats and have a ridiculous fear of bugs and creepy crawlies INTERESTING NOTES: I have my own clothing line – “Danial Frost.” I’m always seeking new foods to try new things. I used to play soccer for six years and had a goal to play in the professional leagues until racing came into my life. I then dropped it for my real passion, formula racing.

RACING HISTORY | 2019: Finished fifth in the Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires with two victories (including his first Road to Indy win, from pole at Lucas Oil Raceway) and six podium finishes. 2018: Competed in seven Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship races with five top-10s and a best finish of fourth at Toronto… finished third in the Formula Masters Asia Series with a victory, 10 podiums and two pole positions in 17 races. 2017: Finished third in the Formula Masters Asia Series with a victory, 10 podiums and two pole positions in 17 races… earned a victory and three podiums in the Formula 4 South East Asia Championship… also competed in the F4 Danish Championship and F4 Japanese Championship… earned the Singapore Karting Championship. 2016: Finished fifth in the Formula 4 South East Asia Championship with seven wins and 18 podiums in 30 races… competed in the ROK Cup International Final in Junior ROK… earned the Singapore Karting Championship. 2015: Raced karts in Malaysian for a Singaporean karting team… finished second in his first karting race.