Mac Clark

Mac Clark



Twitter:    @_MacClark

Facebook:    Mac Clark Racing

Instagram:    @_macclark

Birthdate:    March 26, 2004

Birthplace:    Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Residence:    Milton, Ontario, Canada

Height/Weight:    5’9”/140 lbs.

Education:    Freshman at Ontario Tech University in Mechanical Engineering

HOBBIES: Football (NFL), engineering/car mechanic, skiing


RACING HEROES: James Hinchcliffe, Daniel Ricciardo

FAVORITE SPORT TO WATCH: Football, part of Bills Mafia (Buffalo Bills fanbase)

TRAINING PREFERENCES: Working out with friends, fitness program with Pearl Perform

FAVORITE SPORT TO PLAY: Football, hockey


BUCKET LIST ITEMS: Win the Indy 500, skydiving

ONE PERSON I WOULD LIKE TO MEET AND WHY:  Jack Harlow, my favorite music artist. Seeming a nice guy with an inspirational story and an amazing work ethic.

INTERESTING NOTE: I listen to a lot of music on race day. I find it helps get me in the zone.


2022: Won the inaugural USF Juniors Presented by Cooper Tires title with five race wins, 10 pole positions and four fastest race laps… made an impressive debut in the  final weekend of  the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship at Portland, earning a win and a fourth-place finish… also placed sixth in the Formula Regional Americas Championship powered by Honda with one win and two additional podium finishes. 2021: Finished second in the F4 US Championship Powered by Honda with six wins, three poles and 11 podiums in 18 races… won the YACademy F4 series at Sebring and Homestead with two wins and three podiums in six races… swept both races in the FRP F2000 series at Mid-Ohio… won the SCCA F2000 regional at VIR… competed in two TCR AUDI RS3 Sport Car Championship Canada Feldrives series events. 2020: Won the Toyo Tires F1600 Series Canada Championship with 16 wins and 17 podiums in 18 races… competed in the Sebring round of the F1600 SCCA Super Tour Hoosier, taking a win and three podiums in four races… made his ROK Shifter kart debut in Canada with podiums in two races. 2019: Competed in F1600 Canada and earned rookie of the year honors… captured a win at Sebring in the F1600 SCCA series… earned a victory in the SKUSA Winter Tour karting series… earned a podium in the ROK Winter Tour… named to the Ron Fellows Karting Championship podium, earned the Robert Wickens “Future Star” Award and was named an F4 Richard Mille Young Talent finalist in Le Mans, France against 18 drivers from around the world. 2018: Named to Team Canada in the Karting ROK Final South in Garda, Italy… won the Pfaff Kartsport in two stroke… highest scoring Canadian driver in the USPKS karting final… earned a top 10 finish in the SKUSA PRO TOUR… graduated from the Bertil Roos Car Racing School. 2017: Named to Team Canada for the ROK Final South in Garda, Italy… earned a top three finish in Rotax Jr. at the ECKC Championship… captured the Rotax Jr. CRFKC Class Championship… named the MIKA & TRAK Most Sportsmanlike Driver.