Bio

Hunter Schuerenberg is one of the best young talents in open-wheel racing. The 25-year-old Missouri native began in winged micro-sprints at the age of 10. He won six national and state championships by the time he was 14.

In 2006, Hunter came to Indiana to compete against the best dirt-track drivers in the nation. He won the National Sprint Car Rookie of the Year award. In 2008, Hunter was hired to drive Jeff Walker’s legendary number 11 car. Hunter responded with an 11-win season, including his first USAC National Sprint Car feature.

The 2010 season saw Hunter compete on the dirt tracks of the USAC National Sprint Car Series and various local shows. He earned a win in October at Lawrenceburg Speedway (IN).

In 2011, Hunter drove for car owner Hank Byram and competed in all 31 races in the USAC National Sprint Car Series, earning four victories, 11 top-five finishes and a third-place finish in the final point standings.

Hunter's 2012 Hunter% Tour was comprised of the full USAC National Sprint Car Series schedule as well as select local Dirt Sprint Car races in the state of Indiana.

For the 2014 season Hunter Schuererberg Motorsports teamed up with Nolen Racing to compete for the Amsoil USAC National Sprint Car Championship, as well as running different local events around the state of Indiana.

In 2015, he has turned his focus to winged racing, planning on racing at numerous tracks with various series throughout the Midwest in the #20n Roof Bolt Express/Nolen Racing 410ci sprint car.