We're not sure what you were into at 17, but if you're anything like us, odds are it wasn't bombing around Infineon Raceway in a Renesis-powered race car. This would be the primary difference between young hot-shot driver Zach Veach and the rest of us goons. Despite his tender young age, Veach has made a name for himself as one of the more talented personalities in the current Formula Car Challenge. The series pits cars in multiple classes against one another as drivers vie for their respective wins. Veach campaigns in the Pro Formula Mazda class, and took home wins during both races at Infineon last year.

Now the team has partnered with our friends at Replay XD to work up a quick video of the young racer's exploits. Veach doesn't mess around on track, and his clean passes and tidy lines make short work of the competition. Hit the jump to check out the action for yourself. Just make sure you've got a hand on the volume as the screaming rotaries can be a bit much.



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      summazooma
      • 2 Years Ago
      Likes me some high revving racing rotary action... very nice, though I'd have liked a little less of the shots out over the rear diff (which sounds like an overgrown RC car) and more domination by the actual engine note. Hmmm-hmmm, good...
      Kyle Potter
      • 2 Years Ago
      What a rich little dick.
      TrippulG3
      • 2 Years Ago
      Would've liked to have seen a full lap from the driver's perspective, but still...cool vid nonetheless.
      KaiserWilhelm
      • 2 Years Ago
      One of my all time favorite GranTurismo tracks!
        Redline
        • 2 Years Ago
        @KaiserWilhelm
        Nice to see the video and then being able to place yourself on the track.