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Prescott Campbell crop

Prescott Campbell

#1 Exclusive Autosport

 

Birthdate: January 10, 2001
Hometown: Newport Beach, California
Residence: Oxford, England
Twitter: @PCampbell60
Instagram: @preskart_60
Facebook: Prescott Campbell Racing
Team Website: ExclusiveAutosport.ca

 

Sponsors:

 

Lucas Oil School of Racing

Nationality: American

Languages spoken: English

Height/weight: 5’10” / 130 lbs.

Education: Studying Motorsport Engineering at Oxford Brookes University

Interesting note about me: I lived in Singapore until 2008

Hobbies: Preparing for races using my racing simulator, designing car parts using CAD software, and 3D-printing the parts I design

The one talent I wish I had : Cooking (but I cook a mean quesadilla)

Guilty food pleasure: Goldfish crackers

Pet Peeve: People driving slowly in the fast lane on the freeway

Bucket list: To compete in the Indy 500 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans

Racing goal: To win in the NTT IndyCar Series

Racing hero: Dan Gurney

Career results:

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

2012-2013

  • Raced cadet karts