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Sabré Cook

#31Team Benik

 

Birthdate: May 21, 1994
Hometown: Grand Junction, Colorado
Residence: Golden, Colorado
Website: SabreCookRacing.com
Twitter: @sabre_cook
Instagram: @SabreCook
YouTube: Sabré Cook
Facebook: Sabré Cook Racing
Team Website: Benik-Kart.com

 

Sponsors:

 

Apple Motorsports / Aspen Equity Group 

Nationality: American

Languages spoken: English and some French

Height/weight: 5’6” / 137 lbs.

Education: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Colorado School of Mines

Hobbies: Mechanical engineering (computational fluid dynamics), dogs, working out and running, skiing and camping, singing, basketball

Racing goal: To win a Verizon IndyCar Series or World Endurance Championship title

Racing hero: Alex Zanardi, Ayrton Senna, Lyn St. James

My fitness routine includes: Weight lifting, HIIT, cycling, running

Any pre-race rituals or superstitions: I always put my right shoe and right glove on first. I like to do some light exercise to warm up my mind and body

The one talent I wish I had: To play the piano well

An interesting note about me: I have purple on the side of my eye

Career results:

2017

  • Earned a Team USA Scholarship nomination
  • Competed in the SCCA June Sprints, the SCCA Majors and the SCCA Hoosier Super Tour in the FE class

2016

  • Earned the US Open National Shifter Senior karting championship
  • Won the Colorado Sprint Championship and finished sixth in the Grand Prix International Guadalajara in an S1 Pro Stock Moto

2015

  • Won the MAXSpeed Karts to Cars scholarship
  • Won the Rotax Challenge of the Americas DD2 International championship
  • Qualified to be part of Team USA at the Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals

2014

  • Competed in numerous karting championships, taking wins in the Rotax Can-Am Challenge and Rotax Challenge of the Americas races… won the Lonestar Grand Prix Scholarship
  • Named a Women in Sports Foundation Project Podium grant recipient

2013

  • Became the first woman to hold a Pro SKUSA license
  • Ranked third nationally in the Pro Shifter category

2012

  • Earned the SKUSA Pro Tour S2 National Championship, becoming the first woman to win a national SKUSA Pro event

2011

  • Competed in the Skip Barber Karting Scholarship Shootout

2010

  • Competed in numerous karting championships