RASMUS

LINDH

“He’s a prodigy, really. There’s only a few that come through every now and then that have extraordinary talent, so it’s exciting to see him develop to big cars from karting and he’s obviously done a fantastic job already so the future is very exciting.”

 

STEFAN JOHANSSON

Former F1, Indycar, LeMans racecar driver, Manager of Indy 500 Champion Scott Dixon

RASMUS

LINDH

“He’s a prodigy, really. There’s only a few that come through every now and then that have extraordinary talent, so it’s exciting to see him develop to big cars from karting and he’s obviously done a fantastic job already so the future is very exciting.”

 

STEFAN JOHANSSON

Former F1, Indycar, LeMans racecar driver, Manager of Indy 500 Champion Scott Dixon

RASMUS

LINDH

“He’s a prodigy, really. There’s only a few that come through every now and then that have extraordinary talent, so it’s exciting to see him develop to big cars from karting and he’s obviously done a fantastic job already so the future is very exciting.”

 

STEFAN JOHANSSON

Former F1, Indycar, LeMans racecar driver, Manager of Indy 500 Champion Scott Dixon

Biography

Rasmus Lindh burst onto the American racing scene in 2018 with an impressive European karting resume. From 2010 through 2017, the Swede captured two National championships, won the WSK Series in Mini 60 and finished fifth in the World OK Senior Championship.

In 2018, the teenager made the move to North America and his first season of open-wheel racing. In his debut USF2000 season, the youngster went on to score three pole positions and five podiums en route to second place in the championship. For 2019, the 17-year old aims to move up to the next rung on the Road to Indy ladder, Indy Pro 2000 (previously Pro Mazda).

  • LIVES IN GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN
  • VICE CHAMPION – USF2000 ROAD TO INDY 2018
  • SEVENTEEN YEARS OLD
  • PART OF THE SWEDISH MOTORSPORT JUNIOR TEAM

Biography

Rasmus Lindh burst onto the American racing scene in 2018 with an impressive European karting resume. From 2010 through 2017, the Swede captured two National championships, won the WSK Series in Mini 60 and finished fifth in the World OK Senior Championship.

In 2018, the teenager made the move to North America and his first season of open-wheel racing. In his debut USF2000 season, the youngster went on to score three pole positions and five podiums en route to second place in the championship. For 2019, the 17-year old aims to move up to the next rung on the Road to Indy ladder, Indy Pro 2000 (previously Pro Mazda).

  • LIVES IN GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN
  • VICE CHAMPION – USF2000 ROAD TO INDY 2018
  • SEVENTEEN YEARS OLD
  • PART OF THE SWEDISH MOTORSPORT JUNIOR TEAM

“With virtually no previous experience in cars or even track knowledge for that matter, Rasmus was able to immediately run comfortably within the top three, at every event throughout the 2018 season”

 

AUGIE PABST

President and Team Manager Pabst Racing