Prescott Campbell

Prescott Campbell


 

Twitter: @PCambell_60

Instagram: @preskart_60

DOB: January 10, 2001

Hometown: Newport Beach, CA

Team: Exclusive Autosport


HOBBIES: Preparing for races using my racing simulator, designing car parts using CAD software and 3D-printing the parts I design RACE TRACK TIES: Laguna Seca in Monterey; Northern California is a second home to me CHARITY SUPPORT/WORK: Although they are not charities, I have worked with non-profit organizations such as Yep 4 Kids which give elementary school students the opportunity to learn programming and other STEM-related skills FAVORITE SPORTS TO WATCH: NTT IndyCar Series, Formula One and anything related to racing FAVORITE SPORTS TO PLAY: Tennis and skiing FITNESS: Weight training and lots of time in the simulator BUCKET LIST ITEMS: To compete in the Indy 500 and 24 Hours of Le Mans FAVORITE PLACE TO VISIT: Japan THE ONE PERSON I WOULD LIKE TO MEET: Ross Brawn, to learn how he brought dominant success to the Formula One teams he worked for RACING GOAL: Win the NTT IndyCar Series RACING HERO: Dan Gurney INTERESTING NOTE: I lived in Singapore until 2008.

RACING HISTORY | 2019: Won the Lucas Oil Formula Car Race Series championship with three wins, four pole positions and 11 podiums in 15 races… finished second in the Lucas Oil Winter Race series with three wins and four poles in six races… named a Team USA Scholarship Finalist. 2018: Won the Cooper Tire Karting Scholarship Shootout, which earned him a $75,000 scholarship into the 2019 Lucas Oil Formula Car Race Series… competed in six Lucas Oil Formula Car Race Series events with a victory and a pole position… made his SKUSA Pro Shifter 1 Category debut at SuperNationals XXII and finished second in the SKUSA California PKC S2. 2017: Raced in the S3 shifter kart category at a statewide level and made his SKUSA S2 Semi-Pro Category debut at SuperNationals XXI. 2016: Debut season in the S3 senior shifter kart category. 2015: First year in shifter karts racing in the S5 Junior category. 2014: First year in full-size karts racing in the PRD Junior category. 2012-13: Raced cadet karts.