2024 season planning is underway with Caleb contesting both karts and cars.
2023 was a season of change for Caleb. Some Karting was still on the calendar, but the addition of the Skip Barber Racing Series added 16 races of seat time in open wheel cars at many large venue tracks like Road America, Road Atlanta, Sebring, and Circuit of the Americas to name a few. Caleb started season off by getting podiums at his 3rd ever car race, then capturing 2 victories at Sebring. So, 16 races, 12 top 5, 2 wins, 2 dnf’s. 4th place in points for Season. Caleb also raced a Ford Mustang and a Porsche grabbing 2 podiums at Champcar events at Kershaw and VIR.
2022 was a banner year for Caleb as he was able to earn some of North America’s biggest karting wins, countless podiums, and multiple national championships. Making a name for himself as one of the drivers to beat, Caleb was a threat for race wins and podium results no matter which engine and tire package.
Late in 2021, Caleb G made the switch to Rolison Performance Group and the popular OTK Kosmic chassis scoring his first win with the team in his debut. Set to contend for race wins and championships in 2022, Caleb will use the last three months of the 2021 aiming for the top step of the podium as he builds towards a campaign in 2022 that will see him battle in both Europe and North America.
In 2019, he kicked off the year with his former team in PSL Karting / BirelArt North America as a team driver in the Mini classes. Scoring a lot of success in his debut season with the new team, new kart and new class, 2020 is where Caleb G shined! Claiming the 2020 ROK CUP USA Florida Winter Tour Championship. With wins in Mexico and the United States, despite the COVID pandemic, he continued to have a ton of success and became one of the bigger Junior names in North American karting.
The 2018 season was Caleb G’s last year in the Micro divisions of karting. Earning the ROK Cup USA Florida Winter Tour championship, finishing second in the Superkarts! USA (SKUSA) Pro Tour Championship and third in the United States Pro Kart Series (USPKS). A visit to Adria Racing Circuit in Italy to race in the Italian Championship proved to provide a valuable set of skills that he continues to use today. Finishing out the 2018 season with 24 starts, ten wins, three pole positions and ten top five results.
In just his third appearance at the SuperKarts USA (SKUSA) SuperNationals in Las Vegas in November of 2018, Caleb took home an impressive fifth place finish in the Micro Swift Class. After being a contender early on an issue in qualifying saw him mired back in the 39th starting position. By the end of the third heat race, he had passed 72 karts, and set his starting position on SuperSunday on the outside of row seven in P14. Gaining positions lap after lap, Caleb G was just shy of reaching the leaders to contest for the win and settled for the final podium position in fifth. It was a very impressive showing at the most prestigious US karting event of the year.
Caleb G’s racing story begins even before that with his first World Karting Association (WKA) National race in 2014, where he achieved the pole position, a big feat for the five-year-old, competing with kids older and with more experience than him.
Caleb G scored his first WKA National win at his home track, GoPro Motorplex, Mooresville, North Carolina, in April 2015. Success continued in yet another series, where Caleb won a Screaming Eagle pole award and Duffy at the IKF Grand Nationals in Riverside, California in July 2015. Caleb finished out 2015 with two third place finishes in points and the WKA Family of the Year award.
The 2016 season kicked off at Daytona International Speedway at the end of December 2015. Caleb moved up to the Mini Swift/Micro Swift class racing kids ages 7-10 years old. He scored his first WKA Grand National Win in 2016 in New Castle, Indiana. He had 33 starts, eight wins, eight pole positions, 15 top five results and five top ten finishes. The 2017 season wrapped up with him adding to his resume a two-time WKA Grand National Champion with 36 starts and 12 wins taking home the championship in the WKA Manufacturers Cup.