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Jack Harvey

2024 Driver


Birthdate: April 15, 1993

Birthplace: Bassingham, England

Residence: Indianapolis

Instagram: @jack_harvey93

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About Jack Harvey


  • Veteran driver from England returns to the NTT INDYCAR SERIES with Dale Coyne Racing in 2024.

  • Finished as INDY NXT by Firestone runner-up in both 2014 and 2015, winning six races over the two seasons.

  • Among the drivers who have won on the oval and road course at Indianapolis Motor Speedway - winning one of the Grand Prix of Indianapolis races and the Freedom 100 in INDY NXT in 2015.

  • Has won 10 racing championships in his career, including the 2012 British Formula 3 Championship.



  • Jack has lived in the United States and France but remains grounded in his sense of home - the small village of Bassingham near Lincolnshire, United Kingdom.

  • Enjoys movies, especially Star Wars, Harry Potter and Marvel. 

  • His interests away from the track extend to pickleball and clay pigeon shooting. 

  • Is a big fan both American and worldwide, football. He supports Liverpool, Blackburn Rovers and his hometown Lincoln City! Up the Imps!



Jack Harvey has been racing as long as he can remember, and has been winning Championships from the moment he took to a race track. He is one of Britain’s most talented racing drivers and has won eleven Championships since he started competing aged just eleven. His illustrious career has seen him race on some of the most iconic race tracks, from Spa to Silverstone to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.




Jack entered the world of racing through karting, racing in the WTP ‘O’ Plate karting Championship where he was crowned Champion in his very first year of competing. He then went on to win a further eight karting Championships over the next four years, firmly cementing his position as one of the hottest talents in British racing.


2009 and 2010 saw Jack graduate to single seaters and the Formula BMW European Series where he dominated his second season with seven wins and a further six podium finishes, and only missed out on the 2010 Championship by a handful of points.


His next move saw him take to the track for the British F3 Series. Despite facing stiff competition from the likes of Carlos Sainz Jnr and Jazeman Jaafar, Jack took the Championship in 2012.


The following year, Jack stepped up to GP3, one of the feeder series for Formula 1, which saw him race on the European Formula 1 circuits. A win at Monza and at his home race in Silverstone saw Jack finish the season as the top rookie driver in fifth place.




2014 marked a move to the States for Jack and the start of his journey to Indy Car. Jack proved he was one to watch from his first Indy Lights race, securing a podium finish and then going on to claim a staggering four wins and five further podium finishes. In a cruel twist of fate, despite winning four of the last five races and tying on Championship points with Gabby Chaves, Chaves took the Championship after clinching more second place finishes.


Jack had another impressive season in Indy Lights in 2015. Another hotly contested Championship saw Jack secure a run of wins and second place finishes to take second place in the Championship.


In 2017 Jack made his Indy Car debut, securing a three race deal, including the opportunity to fulfil a lifelong ambition – competing in the iconic Indy 500. 2018 saw Jack sign a multi-year IndyCar deal with Meyer Shank Racing which would see him contest a select number of races in the 2018 and 2019 Verizon IndyCar Series seasons.


The Indy Car series is the leading single-seater race series in America, and one of the leading racing series globally. It began life as the Indy Racing League (IRL) which was created by then Indianapolis Motor Speedway owner Tony George. In 2008, the Indy Car Series merged with the Champ Car World Series (formerly CART). Today, the Indy Car series encompasses 17 races at a combination of ovals, race tracks and street circuits, with drivers and teams competing from around the world. Perhaps the most famous Indy Car race is the Indy 500.


After a couple of seasons with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, Jack is moving to Dale Coyne Racing for the 2024 NTT INDYCAR SERIES season.




2023: Competed in 14 races… Had a best start of fourth at the Indy GP and a best finish of 13th at Long Beach


2022: Finished 22nd in NTT INDYCAR SERIES standings for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing despite missing the Texas race due to an incident in practice…Had a best finish of 10th at Nashville.


2021: Finished 13th in NTT INDYCAR SERIES standings for Meyer Shank Racing with a best finishe of fourth at St. Petersburg and Portland…Matched career-best start of second at St. Petersburg.


2020: Finished 15th in NTT INDYCAR SERIES standings in first full season with Meyer Shank Racing…Started a career-best second at GMR Grand Prix and matched it at Road America the following event…Finished a season-best sixth in second Harvest GP race…Recorded six top-10 finishes.


2019: Made 10 NTT INDYCAR SERIES starts for Meyer Shank Racing with Arrow SPM…Notched his career-best start and finish at the INDYCAR Grand Prix, starting and finishing third…Had four top-10 finishes.


2018: Competed in six NTT INDYCAR SERIES races for Meyer Shank Racing with Schmidt Peterson with a best finish of 12th at Long Beach…Qualified 31st for Indianapolis 500 and ran among the leaders late in the race before having to pit with three laps to go.


2017: Made three NTT INDYCAR SERIES starts with a best finish of 14th at Watkins Glen…Made series debut at Indianapolis 500 for Meyer Shank Racing with Andretti Autosport.


2015: Tested an INDYCAR SERIES car for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports at Sonoma.

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