Who Is

Michael?

Getting his first taste of speed when he was only eight, Michael is one of the few offroad racers gone road.

Coming from a non-karting background, unlike most drivers, the art of road racing was a whole new experience to him. Michael learned the basics of road motorsport on a simulator.

In 2019, the Road to Indy Lucas Oil School of Racing was his starting grounds. Competing in the Lucas Oil Winter Series, he secured his first championship. Following the Winter Series, Michael competed in the Lucas Oil Championship Series and secured the Vice Champion title.

2020 sees Michael competing in the Road to Indy USF2000 series with Legacy Autosport.

Lives: Indiana, Unites States
DOB: December 16, 2001
Height: 5ft 6in
Interests: Web Development, GFX Design, Entrepreneurship

2020

Road to Indy
USF2000 Driver

After a successful season in 2019 with Lucas Oil School of Racing, Michael is now attending as many events as possible in his rookie season in the Road to Indy USF2000 series with Legacy Autosport.

Here is his story...

2019

RTI Lucas oil
Championship

The Lucas Oil championship Series was Michael's first full season in the road side of motorsports.

Michael first competed in the 2019 Lucas Oil Winter Series and secured a championship in the 6 race series. This was his first taste of road racing and it had him hooked looking for more.

After securing his first championship in the Winter Series, Michael was ready for the 2019 Lucas Oil Championship Series which hosted a total of eightteen races. The championship came down to the final race at Sebring where Michael ended up finishing second in the championship off by 4 points.

2018

After extensive simulator training with Kelly Jones from RaceCraft1 and Darren Manning from iAdvance Motorsports, Michael made the step into a real formula car with Lucas Oil School of Racing. Michael attending his first school in October of 2018 at Sebring International Raceway.

With positive feedback, Michael deided to compete in the upcoming championships to evaluate his skill level and simulator training.

2016 - 2017

Chasing his 2016 Grand National Cross Country championship, Michael suffered a broken femur after a racing accident involving a tree... This sparked a lot of off time during recovery. While he was couch-bound for 6 months, Michael gained an intreset for road racing and decided he was going to persue that path eventually.

In 2017, Michael was fully recovered and did competed in multiple off-road races, but didn't enjoy it like he used to. With the idea of road racing in mind still, Michael and his father, Mike Myers, found his way to Kelly Jones from RaceCraft1 to start training on a simulator. Kelly pointed Michael towards the Lucas Oil School of Racing and it all started.

2010 - 2015

Off-road
racing career

Michael has always loved speed and competition. When he was just 6 years old, he had his first ATV that he rode around the yard. Michael played tranditional sports like baseball and football until one day his father introduced him to off-road ATV racing.

Michael's first race was in 2010 and Michael totaled his ATV in his first race. With no injurys or fright, Michael was back racing in no time and started his off-road career.

Throughout the years, Michael racked up multiple local and national championships - racing every single weekend. On his way to the pinnacle, Michael hit a speed bump that haulted his career.

Born Dec 16, 2001