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Ayden Ingratta (R)

#7 Jay Howard Driver Development


Birthdate: April 29, 2008
Hometown: Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Residence: Kingsville, Ontario, Canada
Instagram: @aydeningrattamotorsports
Facebook: Ayden Ingratta Motorsports




JHDD / CSU One Cure / Lucas Oil Products / LHI

Nationality: Canadian

Languages spoken: English

Height/weight: 5’8” / 145 lbs.

Education: Grade 9 completed

Hobbies: Racing cars, sim racing, hanging with friends, karting, soccer

Charity work: Hogs for Hospice

Favorite sports to watch: Football (Detroit Lions) and soccer (Real Madrid, Team Portugal and Manchester United)

Favorite sports to play: Racing, soccer and basketball

Best meal I can cook by myself: Scrambled eggs with bacon and toast

Talent I wish I had: Cooking

Driver training preference: Gym, simulator racing and vision improvement exercises

Racing goal: Becoming an F1 or NTT INDYCAR SERIES driver

Interesting notes about me: I spend  a lot of time on iRacing improving my skills and becoming a better driver

Career results:


  • Winner, Rotax RMC Winter Trophy Senior Max


  • Made USF Juniors Presented by Cooper Tires debut at Road America, claiming one pole position and starting among the top three for all three races
  • Finished third in the Canadian Karting Championship in the Briggs Sr. class
  • Finished second in the Rok Cup Vegas Rok GP Pro category


  • Finished third in the Canadian Open (Briggs Sr.)
  • Won the Kartstars Nationals in Rok Sr. and second in Briggs Pro Sr
  • Nominated for the Mazda MX-5 Cup Shootout


  • Highlights from a full karting program include wins in the Canadian Open (Briggs & Stratton and Rotax Max Jr.), the Ocala Gran Prix (Rok Jr.), ROK Vegas Championship (Rok Jr.) and the Canadian Karting Championship (Rok Jr.)
  • Finished second in the IAME Grand Nationals (X30 Jr.)
  • Represented Team Canada at the Rotax Grand Finals in Bahrain, finishing third overall
  • Earned an opportunity to represent USA in the 2022 Grand Nationals in France


  • Abbreviated karting campaign due to the Covid pandemic but scored a victory in the Canadian Open Championship (Rotax Jr.) and qualified for the Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals in Portugal


  • Won the MRFKC Summerfest (Briggs Jr.) and Canadian Karting Championships (Mini Rok and Briggs Jr. Lite)… qualified for the ROK Superfinals in Italy


  • Won the CRFKC Canadian Championship (Rotax Jr. and Briggs Cadet), and second in Mini Rok
  • Named Canadian Karting News Eastern Canadian Driver of the Year