Jackson Lee is an 18-year old HS senior from Avon, Indiana. He began on short ovals in USAC Quarter Midgets where he earned two championships before moving to karting & road course racing, which included 2nd & 3rd place championship finishes.
Beginning in late 2016, Jackson began testing formula cars with a Skip Barber 3-day school and lapping sessions with the Lucas Oil School of Racing. In December 2018, Jackson won a scholarship in the Cooper Tires Karting Shootout at Sebring with the Lucas Oil School of Racing.
In 2019, Jackson finished 4th in the Lucas Oil Formula Car Series championship with 2 wins, 6 podiums, fastest lap in 3 races & 1 pole. He led the championship through much of the 1st half and remained in contention until the final weekend. A one-off weekend in the FRP F1600 Championship for RiceRace included a pole and 2nd place finish.
2020 started with a 2nd place finish at Road America in the SCCA June Sprints & included plans for a full-season championship bid in FRP F1600 with RiceRace. Through 12 of 18 rounds , he had 2 wins, 7 podiums and 2 fastest laps and was 2nd in points. Winning the prestigious Team USA Scholarship meant an end to the F1600 season & 3 major events in England with Low Dempsey Racing, which included a podium in his heat in the Formula Ford Festival, 10th in the Final (out of 50 entered), 4th in a heat in the Walter Hayes Trophy, & reaching the Grand Final (out of 103 entries) before being collected in a crash.
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