Santino Ferrucci

2012

North America karting champion.

2013

Made a mid-season debut in the F2000 Championship Series. Finished 5th place in the championship.

2014

Competed in German Formula 3 for EuroInternational, British Formula 3 for Fortec, and European Formula 3, again for EuroInternational. Ferrucci is the youngest winner in British Formula 3 history.

2015

Raced in Formula 3, and competed for Mücke Motorsport, finshing 11th overall.

2016

Became test driver for Haas Formula 1 Team for 2016, 2017, and 2018 seasons. Started GP3 season with Dams.

2017

Formula 2 debut in Hungary, racing for Trident. Moved up from GP3 to FIAF2 for the remainder of the season.

2018

Debuted in IndyCar Series at the Detroit Grand Prix. Ran four races in the NTT IndyCar series for DCR.

2019

Signed with Dale Coyne Racing for the 2019 IndyCar Series season. Earned Indy500 ROI honors after coming in 7th at Indy500 and earning three additional Top 5s.

2020

Moved to DCR/VS SealMaster No. 18 Honda. Placed in the Top 10 in 35% of races, and finished 4th at the Indianapolis 500.

2021

Signed with NASCAR’s Sam Hunt Racing and became Toyota Development Driver. Returned to IndyCar for four races with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing to place sixth in the Indianapolis 500.

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Santino Ferrucci

Santino Ferrucci is an American professional racing driver. As of 2021, Ferrucci races in NASCAR Xfinity Series for Sam Hunt Racing and in IndyCar part-time for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. Ferrucci’s professional career goes back to 2013, where he made his professional debut in the SBF2000 Winter Series. In the time since then, he has raced internationally in Formula 2 and Formula 3 before returning to the United States to race in IndyCar and NASCAR in 2018.

Santino Ferrucci

Santino Ferrucci is an American professional racing driver. As of 2021, Ferrucci races in NASCAR Xfinity Series for Sam Hunt Racing and in IndyCar part-time for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. Ferrucci’s professional career goes back to 2013, where he made his professional debut in the SBF2000 Winter Series. In the time since then, he has raced internationally in Formula 2 and Formula 3 before returning to the United States to race in IndyCar and NASCAR in 2018.