Miles Hewitt is a 15-year-old karting sensation from the US who started his racing career at the age of four, inspired by his older brother’s karting success. Miles began participating in national racing at a young age and was a promising driver until he broke his arm at the age of eight, taking an extended break from racing. After losing interest in racing, Miles rediscovered his love for karting while helping record a friend’s documentary about his racing career. He convinced his father to let him try karting again and made his comeback in the Florida Winter Tour with RokCupUSA. Miles’ inspiring journey and love for racing make him a driver to watch out for in the future.
Max Hewitt, an emerging racing driver from the US, has been making waves in the racing world since the age of 5. After taking a three-year break from racing to focus on his studies at Baylor University, Max (21 years old) made a remarkable return to the track, debuting his first season in the highly competitive FR Americas Championship. Max’s impressive resume includes being a SKUSA Pro Tour Vice Champion, a multi-time Texas Pro Kart Challenge Champion, and representing Team USA karting twice in 2018 and 2019. He has also driven for renowned karting teams, where he has found most of his success, like Compkart, formerly J3 Competition, and CRG NordAM. Max’s remarkable skills and accomplishments make him a rising star to watch out for in the world of racing.