Born to be a champion
Myles Rowe has wanted to race cars since the age of 4, as he told his mom, “racing is my life." He began racing Karts indoors at the age of 12 in 2013, and that same year he entered his first race series, the Andretti Indoor Winter Karting Series, and he won the championship. Afterwards, he competed in his first national race series in 2014, the Go Pro Motorplex Karting Challenge, and claimed the 2014 Jr. TAG Championship. Often snagging “fastest lap”, Myles is currently racing nationally and consistently places in the top 3 position when he competes. In 2016, Myles managed to place in 3rd overall in the national WKA (World Karting Association) Bridgestone Man Cup Series and placing 5th overall in the USPKS (United States Pro Kart Series). His quest is to become an Indy Car Champion.
Myles also won the Search for a Champion Amateur Grand Prize in 2016 and is now converting from karts to cars.
Wish him luck!