About Jackson Lee
About JACKSON LEE
20-year old driver working his way through the ladder system on the path to INDYCAR. Multi-race winner in FRP F1600 & the Lucas Oil Formula Car Series, a 2020 Team USA Scholarship winner & parts of two seasons in the USF2000 Championship presented by Coooper Tires. In 2023, Jackson will move up to USF Pro 2000 for Turn 3 Motorsport in the #47 IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center/Browning Chapman/Race for RP/Prime 47 Tatuus IP-22 car.
Jackson Lee is a Motorsports Engineering major at IUPUI and 2021 graduate of Avon High School in 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.
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 in favor of 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.
In 2021, Jackson moved to The Road to Indy and The Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship contesting 15 of 18 races for Jay Howard Driver Development with a season-high finish of 9th at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course and a best starting position of 5th. He had the fastest lap in one race and won the Tilton Hard Charger Award for most positions gained in 2 races.
The 2022 season was spent with Cape Motorsports in USF2000. Highlights included posting the 2nd fastest lap in the Fall ’21 test event at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, crossing the line a close 5th at Road America, a 7th place finish at St. Petersburg plus three more top 10 results. The season ended early with only 13 of 18 rounds completed after being collected in an extensive crash.
2023 preparations began in October of ’22 with testing in a Miller Vinatieri Motorsports USF Pro 2000 car (formerly Indy Pro 2000).