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Josh Green crop

Josh Green

#2 Cape Motorsports

 

Birthdate: November 15, 2002
Hometown: Mount Kisco, New York
Residence: Mount Kisco, New York
Website: JoshGreenRacing.com
Twitter: @joshgoesracing
Instagram: @joshgoesracing
YouTube: Josh Green
Facebook: Josh Green Racing
Team Website: CapeMotorsports.com

 

Sponsors:

 

Stilo

Nationality: American

Languages spoken: English

Height/weight: 5’11” / 135 lbs.

Education: High school graduate

Current sports played: Lacrosse

Hobbies: Working on road cars, running, photography, videography

Talent I wish I had: Being talented enough (and patient enough!) for golf

Unusual habit: Attempting to try every type of canned cold brew coffee out there with my best friend Dmytro

The one person I would most like to meet: Jim Clark just because of his pure knowledge and understanding of the sport, also how he handled running so many different series in one season for Lotus

An interesting note about me: I started racing at 12 years old at an indoor kart track that I now work out (shout out Grand Prix New York and Mike Poe for starting my racing career)

Racing goal: To be a race car driver for a living

Racing hero: Jim Clark and Ayrton Senna

Career results:

2019

  • Finished second in the F1600 Championship Series with eight wins, five poles and 18 podiums in 21 races
  • Won a Team USA Scholarship nod, earning top 10 finishes in three races in the Formula Ford Festival at Brands Hatch, including a podium, and a pole in the Walter Hayes Trophy
  • Competed in the Portland round of the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship

2018

  • Won the WKA Manufacturers Cup Iame Junior National Championship
  • Also won the New York State Championship and Oakland Valley Race Park Senior Championship

2017

  • Won the North East Super Series Championship