Though Grant Maiman grew up sharing a love of cars with his dad, he never sat in a racecar or a kart until he was 19. Even so, when he was 22, Maiman won the 2002 Formula Dodge National Championship in a particularly competitive year with talent running deep.
 
By 23, Maiman was driving for Red Bull, competing in Formula Renault German, Euro and select Italian championships, as well as F3 and F3000 testing. He sharpened his skills competing with Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, Vitaly Petrov, Davide Valsecchi, Giedo van der Garde, Pastor Maldonado, Esteban Guerrieri, Simon Pagenaud, and other world class drivers, and also worked with F1 driver coaches. At 24, however, Maiman was competing against younger drivers with endless funding and he found it increasingly difficult to continue on his Formula 1 path.
 
After moving back to the U.S., he met and married his wife Michelle and they live in Wisconsin with their two daughters. He continues to compete, develop racecars and drivers.

Series Involvement:

 

Grand Am, Tudor United Sportscar Championship, Nordschleife VLN and RCN, Ferrari Challenge, PCA, MX-5 Playboy Cup, Star Mazda, Euro F3000, British F3, Toyota Atlantics, Champ Car Atlantics, Infinity Pro Series, Firestone Indy Lights, IMSA Lites, IMSA GT3 Porsche Cup, Vintage Sports Car Drivers Association, Fran-Am 2000, Barber Dodge Pro Series, Formula Renault German Championship, Formula Renault Euro Championship, Formula Dodge National Championship, Formula Dodge Regional Championship, HSR, SCCA, NASA, NARRA, USF-2000, NASCAR Nationwide Series and more

 

 

Track Experience:

 

    - North American

 

Barber, BeaveRun, Blackhawk Farms, Brainerd International Raceway, Buttonwillow, California Speedway, Carolina Motorsports Park, Circuit of The Americas, Mont-Tremblant, Trois-Rivieres, Daytona, Gateway, Gratton, Hallett, Heartland Park, Homestead, Indianapolis Raceway Park, Infineon, Iowa Speedway, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Lime Rock Park, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Michigan International Speedway, Mid Ohio, Miller, Monticello, Moroso, Mosport, Motorsport Ranch, New Jersey Motorsports Park, Pocono, Portland International Raceway, Putnam Park, Road America, Road Atlanta, Roebling Road, Sebring, VIR, Watkins Glen, Waterford Hills, Willow Spring

 

    - European

 

A-1 Ring, Autodromo Brno, Bedford Autodrome, Donington Park, Eurospeedway Lausitz, Hockenheim Ring, Misano World Circuit, Nürburgring Grand Prix Circuit, Nürburgring Nordschleife, Oschersleben Motorsport Arena, Paul Ricard HTTT, Pembrey Race Circuit, Ricardo Tormo Valencia, Salzburg Ring, Spa Francorchamps, TT Circuit Assen

 

Related Positions:

 

Competition Driver, Development Driver, Test Driver, Demo Driver, Driver Coach, Race Strategist, Director of Driver Development, Skip Barber National Championship Core Coach, Skip Barber Racing Series Advanced Activities, Shop Manager, Mechanic, Ferrari Club of America Guest Judge, Auto Tactical Training (Local, State, Military and Secret Service), Public Relations, Various Motorsports Consulting, Sales, Spokesperson