- 09 February 2015
Abbottstown, PA – Spencer Brockman has signed with K-Hill Motorsports for the full 2015 F2000 Championship Series season. Brockman will make his debut in the Series’ winter event this coming weekend at Palm Beach International Raceway.
“I have every faith in Spencer to take the lead in our F2000 program. He’s a young eager to learn and coachable driver. Spencer shows the ability to stay focus and determined to follow in his father’s footsteps to become a successful leader,” said Kris Kaiser, team owner.
Brockman comes from Westport, Connecticut and started his career at the age of nine, racing a dirt oval track in karting.
His first year out he won the Novice Track Championship. Brockman continued the trend and scored many titles on the way, such as the Rotax Max Mini- Club Championship (2011), Rotax Max Mini- New York State Championship (2012), F One Boston- Fall Classic Championship (2014), Northeast Junior Tag (two wins) and set a track record in the Pacific series at Willow Springs in California.
Fifteen-year-old Brockman is a mature and dedicated driver like his dad, Michael Brockman. Racing is his family tradition.
His father won the 24-Hours at Daytona 10 years ago and the younger Brockman brings a wealth of knowledge from his father. Michael Brockman is by his son’s side every step of the way and that has contributed greatly to how Spencer is able to achieve and perform at such a high standard.
“I’m really happy that I am able to run with K-Hill Motorsports for my first season in cars. I love the team and think that we can do very well together. I hope to be competitive and be running for the top spot,” said Brockman.