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Driver of the #26 RePLAY XD


Full Name: Zach Veach
Birth Place: Stockdale, Ohio
Height: 5'5"
Weight: 105
Residence: Indianapolis, Indiana
No.: 26
Chassis: Van Diemen
Engine: Mazda



  • 2013
    - Completed rookie Firestone Indy Lights season in seventh place with one pole position, one podium, six top-five finishes and 56 laps led
    - Key Bank Community Leader Award for being the driver "who best displays a passion for community service and community outreach"
    - Named to Got Chocolate Milk's Team Refuel
    - Appeared on Larry King's 'King's Things' program after a nationwide hunt for inspirational people
  • 2012
    - Currently holds the unofficial Firestone Indy Lights record at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course, which he set during the Mazda Road to Indy's annual Open Test
    - Finished 10
    th in the Star Mazda Championship presented by Goodyear (now Pro Mazda presented by Cooper Tires) point standings
    - Had 11 top-10 finishes during his 2012 Star Mazda season

    - Won the Formula Car Challenge presented by Goodyear Winter Series championship, using four race wins and four pole positions to capture the title
  • 2011
    - Clinched the USF2000 Winterfest championship title with two wins and two podium finishes, as well as three pole awards
    - Voted "Most Popular Driver in USF2000" along with being named by ESPN The Magazine as a NEXT athlete in the motorsports
  • Released his first book in with an appearance on NBC's The Today Show
  • Indiana Karting Series New Castle Shifter Kart Champion
  • GLSS New Castle (Ohio) 80cc Shifter Kart Champion
  • Mid-State Ohio Karting Club Points Runner-Up Yamaha Jr. Class
  • Set Mid-State Ohio Karting Yamaha Jr. Track Record
  • Set Yamaha Jr. Sportsman Track Record at Circleville (Ohio) Raceway Park
  • Mid-state Ohio Karting Club Points Championship for Yamaha Jr. Sportsman Class 
  • Mid-State Ohio Karting Club "Rookie of the Year"
  • Commercial Point Grand Prix Champion (Ohio)
  • Scored 12 feature wins and 26 heat wins in the MSOKC circuit (Ohio)
  • Recorded eight top-five finishes throughout the 2010 USF2000 National Championship season, despite starting two races behind the rest of the field, as well as being a finalist for Sports Illustrated's "Sports Kid of the Year" award

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