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Thomas Schrage

#92 Exclusive Autosport


Birthdate: January 25, 2005
Hometown: Bethel, Ohio
Residence: Bethel, Ohio
Twitter: @ThomasSchrage01 
Instagram: @thomasschrageracing 
YouTube: Thomas Schrage Racing 
Facebook: Thomas Schrage




Corpay Cross-Border Solutions / Airport Electric Service / Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati / Team USA Scholarship 

Nationality: American

Languages spoken: English

Height/weight: 5’ 9” / 145 lbs.

Education: High School Graduate

Hobbies: Sim racing, weightlifting, video games

Favorite sports to watch: Football (Cincinnati Bengals)

Favorite sports to play: Basketball, football, golf

Talent I wish I had: Playing guitar

Driver training preferences: Practice on the sim, heavy strength training

Favorite food: Steak

Guilty food pleasure: Cheese coneys

Bucket list item: Skydiving

One person I would most like to meet: Roger Penske, my favorite team owner

Interesting note about me: I graduated early from high school and lived in the UK for several months

Racing goal: To win To win multiple NTT INDYCAR SERIES Championships

Racing hero: Josef Newgarden

Career results:


  • Contested two weekends in USF2000 Presented by Cooper Tires with a best finish of fourth in the season finale at Portland International Raceway


  • Won the Formula Race Promotions F1600 Championship Series with Rice Race Prep, claiming nine wins, seven second-place finishes and five pole positions in seven race weekends
  • Competed in the Kenyon Midget Series with two wins, two second-place finishes (including in first dirt oval start at Montpelier Motor Speedway, Ind.) and one pole position
  • Earned a Team USA Scholarship, finishing fourth at the 51st Formula Ford Festival at Brands Hatch, England and competing also at the Walter Hayes Trophy at Silverstone


  • Ran a partial season in the FRP F1600 Championship Series, claiming three wins, three second-place finishes and three pole positions in nine races
  • SCCA Majors Tour F1600 winner at Mid-Ohio
  • Finished eighth in F1600 at the SCCA National Championship Runoffs at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course
  • Earned a nomination to the Team USA Scholarship


  • Began FF racing in a 1989 EuroSwift, scoring one second-place finishes and one third in SCCA Hoosier Super Tour events at Mid-Ohio and PittRace
  • Won the SCCA Ohio Valley Region FF Championship


  • Completed Basic Two-Day School with the Lucas Oil School of Racing
  • Competed in the inaugural Lucas Oil School of Racing Karts to Cars Scholarship program as the youngest driver


  • Began racing karts at age 5
  • Won the 2017 WKA Grand National Championship
  • Competed in The F Series shifter kart championship in  2017 with one win, three podium finishes and one pole position
  • Named Dayton Auto Race Fans Kart Driver of the Year in 2017
  • Won a total of 10 Ohio Valley Karting Championships