Biography

McKenzy Cresswell is aiming for GB3 Championship success in 2023, having switched to Elite Motorsport for his second season in the single-seater category.

Surrey-based Cresswell, who celebrates his 17th birthday next month (16 January), finished 11th in his maiden GB3 season this year having scored a podium at Spa-Francorchamps.

McKenzy, who spent his early life in Texas, won more races (six) and scored more podiums (11) than any other driver in his first season in British F4 in 2021, finishing third in the final standings, just 26-points behind the title winner.

Renowned Ginetta specialists Elite joined the GB3 ranks in 2021, finishing fifth in the Teams’ championship and a notable third last year, scoring nine podiums including four race wins over the past two years.  

The eight-event, 24 race calendar features two international rounds for the first time, at Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium and Zandvoort in the Netherlands. It begins at Oulton Park (8-10 April) and concludes at Donington Park (21-22 October). 

Career Highlights

2021
British F4 – third overall with six wins, five additional podiums, three pole positions and six fastest laps

2020
British Kart Championships – Rotax Junior
Rotax Euro Trophy – Rotax Junior

2019                                                                                                                  
British Kart Championships – Rotax Junior

2018                                                                                                                  
LGM – X30 Mini

2017
SKUSA Pro Tour - Mini Swift

2016
Texas ProKart Challenge – Mini Swift

2015
Texas ProKart Challenge – Mini Swift