Sage learned his craft from arguably the best in the business, the Andretti family
- March 5, 1995
Sage Karam is a superstar in the making. With All-American looks and incredible natural talent on the track, this up-and-coming racecar driver is a native of Nazareth, Pennsylvania. Racing experts might say that Sage learned his craft from the best in the business, having grown up across the street from Mario, Michael and the rest of the legendary Andretti Family.
Karam is a Pro Mazda “Road to Indy” scholarship winner, having dominated the 2010 USF2000 National Championship with Andretti Autosport, recording nine race wins and 11 pole positions in 12 starts. In 2011, he moved up to the Star Mazda Championship and won “Rookie of the Year” honors with two wins. Voted the Most Popular Driver in the Pro Mazda Series, Karam became the youngest driver to ever win a race in the championship. Previously Sage competed in various karting series, eventually becoming a 35-time World Karting Association and IRL Stars of Karting National champion. At the age of 13, he was the youngest driver to win the annual Skip Barber Karting Scholarship Shoot-out. In addition, he was the only American driver to compete in both a national karting championship and an open-wheel professional series full time in 2009.