Liam Sceats

Liam Sceats



Instagram:             @liamsceatsmotorsport

Facebook:             Liam Sceats Motorsport

Birthdate:               September 20, 2005

Birthplace:             Auckland, New Zealand

Residence:            Auckland, New Zealand

Height/Weight:      6’1’’/170 lbs.

Education:             Online Student at Massey University (New Zealand) 

HOBBIES: Spending time with friends and family, golf, sim racing, physical training in the gym and mental work, watching a wide range of sports 

RACING GOAL:Become a professional racing car driver for a prestigious team, such as Chip Ganassi Racing, Penske or McLaren, and playing a part in winning championships 

RACING HERO: Scott Dixon 

FITNESS AND PREPARATION: I love looking at data and working on the simulator 

FAVORITE SPORTS TO WATCH: Apart from motorsport being the obvious, New Zealand Rugby, golf, tennis and the NBA 

FAVORITE SPORTS TO PLAY: Rugby, golf and tennis 

BUCKET LIST ITEMS:Travel throughout the USA and Europe, race in a 24-hour endurance event and help a young Kiwi make a career in motorsport 

FAVORITE PLACE TO VISIT: Queenstown in the South Island of New Zealand and Tokyo, Japan 

THE ONE PERSON I WOULD LIKE TO MEET: Michael Schumacher because he is one of the greats of all time from whom I take a lot of inspiration and learn a lot 

INTERESTING NOTE: I raced for a year in Japan in 2023.



2024: Finished second in the Castrol Toyota Formula Regional Oceania Championship, winning three of the final four races and scoring an additional five podium finishes… won the 68th New Zealand Grand Prix at Highlands Motorsport Park and the Lady Wigram Trophy at Euromarque Motorsport (Ruapuna) Park. 2023:Finished fourth in the Castrol Toyota Formula Regional Oceania Championship with three podium finishes… won the Formula Open New Zealand Series… finished second in the Formula Regional Japanese Championship with three wins and five additional podium finishes. 2022: Finished third in the New Zealand and North Island Formula Ford Championships… won Class 2 in the New Zealand Formula Ford Championship. 2020-2021: Represented New Zealand in the Australian National Karting Championship… finished fourth in rookie season of the North Island Formula Ford Championship… finished eighth in the New Zealand Formula Ford Championship. 2019: Finished second in the National (Karting) Sprint Championships in the Vortex Junior DVS category… finished second in the CIK Trophy of New Zealand… finished second in the National Schools Championship (Junior Rotax)… won the North Island Sprint Championship. 2018: Represented New Zealand in the Rok Cup Super Finals… won the Rok Cup New Zealand Championship in Vortex Junior DVS… National Schools Champion.