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USF Vodanovich

Peter Vodanovich (R)

#9 Jay Howard Driver Development


Birthdate: February 6, 2001
Hometown: Auckland, New Zealand
Residence: Auckland, New Zealand
Website: petervodanovich.com
Twitter: @PeterVodanovich
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Giltrap / Goldwise / Crème Insurance

Nationality: New Zealand

Languages spoken: English

Height/weight: 5’9” / 160 lbs.

Education: Mechanical Engineering student, University of Auckland

Hobbies: Martial arts and sim racing

Favorite sports to watch: UFC - Connor McGregor, Israel Adesanya and George St Pierre

Favorite sports to play: Racing

Interesting note about me: I achieved my Black Belt in Hsou Jing Do

Favorite food: Steak with bearnaise

Guilty food pleasure: Lollies (ice cream)

Best meal I can cook by myself: I make decent chicken tacos 

Racing goal: To be recognized as one of the best drivers to compete in INDYCAR

Racing hero: Scott Dixon

Career results:


  • Finished fifth in the Toyota Racing Series with two second-place finishes, one third and one fastest race lap
  • Earned the Most Improved Driver Award


  • Won the New Zealand Toyota 86 Championship with eight wins, five seconds and a third from 15 races
  • Claimed two pole positions and three (of five) weekend Round wins
  • Member of the Erebus Academy Programme
  • Claimed the ‘Best First Year Driver’ award in the Australian TR86 series 


  • Finished fourth in the New Zealand TR86 Championship with one win, seven podium finishes and a pole position
  • Finished fifth in one round of the Australian TR86 series
  • Elite Motorsport Academy Ian Snellgrove Award Winner
  • Member of the Paul Morris Academy


  • Ssang Yong Scholarship Winner
  • Finished second in the BMW E30 Scholarship
  • Claimed multiple New Zealand 2KCup series race wins