Quinlan Lall

#49


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Joining Momentum Motorsports in his early days of open wheel racing, F3 Americas Powered by Honda driver Quinlan Lall is looking to make a career in North American motorsports. Claiming multiple race wins throughout his career, the NYU Tandon School of Engineering student is on the top of his game. Balancing his schooling and race program, Lall has an edge on his competition with increased focus, organization and preparedness. Taking what he learns in the classroom and transitioning it to the track, Lall contributes a lot of his schooling to his multiple podiums in 2019.

Open wheel racing hasn’t been the only form of racing that Lall has been a part of. The young American competitor is a silver rated IMSA driver and has been behind the wheel of an LMPC car on multiple occasions including the Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta and a Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona test. Additionally, Lall gained experience in BRDC British Formula 3 as well as tested the FIA F3 Car. Prior to that, the Momentum Motorsports drivers was a victor in the F2000 Championship Series and a podium winner in Spanish F4.

Finding his home at Momentum Motorsports, Lall is determined to make a name for himself in the upper echelons of North American Motorsports. With the goals in place and a determination that is second to none, Quinlan Lall is name that you will be hearing about for years to come as he strives to be a full time driver in the NTT IndyCar Series.

Awards/Acknowledgements:

  • 2019 Multi-time podium winner in F3 Americas Powered by Honda
  • British Formula 3 Driver of the Weekend
    • Brands Hatch
    • Oulton Park
  • F2000 track record holder
    • Palm Beach International Raceway
  • LMPC track record holder
    • Putnam Park
  • FRCCA Champion

Kent Vaccaro

#16

Website: KentVaccaro.com


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Beginning his motorsports career in 2007 at the age of five, Kent Vaccaro got behind the wheel of a Kid Kart for the very first time. Driving on the street in front of his home and at Airborne Speedway, a local half-mile stock car track in New York, the passion for speed was apparent early. Continuing to develop and hone his skills for the next three years, Kent participated in events in Vermont at the age of six before beginning his national travel at seven years of age. Traveling up and down the East Coast of the United States, Vaccaro began to get more serious about his racing. Entering events in Vermont, New Hampshire, Florida and Quebec, Canada, the Burlington, Vermont native began to advance his way up the running order as he battled for race wins and podium results. Claiming his first karting championship in 2011 and adding additional titles in 2012 and 2013, Kent would have a year to remember in 2014 claiming the points championship in the Rotax Junior Sprint and Two-Cycle Sprint Championships in Loudon, New Hampshire but also garnering the Junior Enduro Light and Heavy Road Racing Championships in the World Karting Association. Continuing his karting prowess in 2016 and 2017, adding numerous race wins and championships along the way, Kent began to make the transition from karts to cars. Competing in the Sports Car Club of America Spec Miata SM2 category to gain experience, Vaccaro entered the F4 United States Championship Powered by Honda in 2017 with Momentum Motorsports. Using the year to develop his craft in an open wheel car, Kent took part in the 18 race series that included the final round at the world-class facility of the Circuit of the Americas in front of the teams, drivers and spectators of the Formula One World Championship.

Fast forward to 2018, Kent rejoined Momentum Motorsports and entered the season as one of the favorites in the championship. With experience in the series and at a majority of the tracks, the multi-time karting champion put his experience to work in his quest for race wins and podium results but racing luck was not on his side. Despite scoring several fat lap honors, multiple top five finishes and one pole position, Vaccaro had some bad luck due to no fault of his own and the teams.

In 2019, Kent resigned with Momentum Motorsports as he leveled up to the F3 Americas program. Scoring a podium result in the first event weekend of the season, Vaccaro hopes to challenge for the end of the year championship prize.