The Best Way To Predict The Future Is To Create It!
The Wings + Wheels Foundation helps promising young drivers to advance to their careers’ next level of achievement.
We’re excited to share our current and alumni team’s successes as we follow their journey through the exciting world of open-wheel motorsports.
Last year’s team drivers were Ernie Francis, Jr. and Chloe Chambers.
Both TeamWWF drivers have passed through the ranks and advanced to the next level in their racing careers.
The knowledge and experience learned in their year with TeamWWF’s coaches and mentors, and both drivers’ dedication, hard work, and tenacity have all contributed to accelerating their success.
We are proud to be part of their ongoing success. That in a nutshell is what Wings + Wheels Foundation is all about.
Scroll below for TeamWWF success stories.
TeamWWF Driver | 2023
Aaron Jeansonne is a 23-year-old racing driver currently competing in the Idemitsu Mazda MX-5 Cup presented by BFGoodrich Tires. Growing up in rural southwest, Louisiana with a single father and no family ties to racing, Aaron’s rapid rise through the open-wheel and sports car ranks has been a very unlikely one.
FR Americas Driver | 2022
AVONDALE, LA. (April 9, 2022) – Mac Clark made his Formula Regional Americas Championship Powered by Honda (FR Americas) debut at NOLA Motorsports Park on Saturday afternoon, and he did it in winning fashion. The 18-year-old Canadian took the lead in his No. 25 Future Star Racing Ligier JS F3 on the first lap and led all the way to the checkered flag in a race that stayed green from start to finish.
Read his story at framericas.com
WWF Scholarship Recipients
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