Infinity Sports Management are excited to welcome American-born Hunter Yeany to their roster of talented drivers, as he takes his next steps in what is proving to be an exciting young career.
Having proven himself in karting at an early age, graduating to single-seaters was a coming of age for the Virginia based racer. Dominating the F4 United States Championship powered by Honda in 2020, the 15-year-old set a new world record as the youngest driver to earn an FIA-sanctioned Formula 4 championship title.
With eight wins, six additional podium finishes and five pole positions from 15 races, he sealed the title in sensational form. His efforts allowing him to sit out the final race and instead get a jump on his Formula Regional Americas campaign, where he scored a best finish of 4th place.
With confidence and talent on his side, Hunter will contest a dual campaign in both Formula Regional Americas and Indy Pro 2000 in 2021 with Velocity Racing Development.
Infinity Sports Management are delighted to partner with Hunter to help extract his full potential, as he makes the formative steps of his racing career.
Speaking of the announcement, director of Infinity Sports Management Harry said:
“We are thrilled to have Hunter join us at Infinity Sports Management, after such an impressive first season in cars last year which saw him become the youngest F4 champion, he definitely is one to watch for the future.”