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Kyle Evans a 17-year-old Australian racing car driver who gives it his all when competing in Motorsport events.
Kyle is currently competing in his Duratec powered Spectrum in the Australian Formula Ford Championships for 2022 race season.
Kyle Evans achieved a 2nd place podium at Morgan Park Raceway in Round 4 of the Motorsport Australia State Championships 19-21 November 2021.
In the QRDA Warwick 1000 event held at Morgan Park Raceway 27-29 August 2021. Kyle achieved 2nd place in his Formula Ford duratec powered Spectrum.
At the Qld State Championship round 26-27 March 2021 which was held at Morgan Park Raceway Kyle achieved a 1st place podium position to commence the 2021 race season.
In Kyle's debut Formula Ford event he achieved an outstanding 3rd place podium in the 1600 Kent powered Van Diemen on Sunday 30 August 2020 at the QRDA Warwick 1000 held at Morgan Park Raceway.
Kyle commenced competing car racing in his Black Hyundai Excel car 34 in late 2018 at the age of 14. Kyle achieved a lap record of 1:33.965 on Sunday 23 September 2018. In 2019 Kyle broke his personal lap record time to achieve a 1:338.21.
Kyle's Achievements & Awards
Since commencing car racing in September 2018 Kyle has achieved a lap record in his black Hyundai Excel no 34 in the 0-1600cc of 1:33.965 at Morgan Park Raceway on Sunday 23 September 2018.
Kyle was also announced the Quest Newspaper 2018 Runner Up “Young Sporting Spirit Individual” for the Redcliffe & Bayside Herald.
On Sunday 14 April 2019 Young Queenslander Kyle Evans was selected as one of three winners in the Velocity Motorsport Magazine Media Driver 2019 along-side Madeline Stewart competing in the Super 3 Series, and Tyler Everingham competing in Super 2 Series.
Speed, consistency and a level head secured a 3rd place podium position for Kyle Evans at CAMS Qld State Championship held at Morgan Park Raceway on Sunday 30 June 2019 in his Black Hyundai Excel 34.
We encourage you to follow Kyle Evans Motorsport and wish him all the best of luck in his Duratec powered Spectrum in the Formula Ford Championships alongside his partners EzyStone Benchtops, Velocity Motorsport Magazine and Aus Timing and look forward to following his career path throughout the year ahead.