About Caleb Gafrarar
AKA: Caleb G
Born on Date: June 12, 2008
Hometown: Midland, NC
Hobbies: Basketball, Riding His Hover Board, Telling Great Stories, Socializing and Spending Time with Friends
Midland, North Carolina’s Caleb Gafrarar, Caleb G for short, is in his 4th season of full time go-kart racing.
The 2018 season is in full swing and Caleb has achieved two wins at the ROK Cup USA events in Palm Beach & Ocala, Florida as well as 2 third place finishes and a second place finish in the SKUSA Winter Series in Homestead & Ocala, Florida. Those finishes secured a third place finish in the SKUSA Winter Series points.
In just his 2nd appearance at the SuperKarts USA SuperNats in Las Vegas in November 2017, Caleb took home the 4th place finish in the Micro Swift Class. He won the biggest race of his career at the SKUSA ProTour Summernationals on August 12 in New Castle, Indiana. Caleb also swept the WKA Grand National Weekend at GoPro Motorplex in Mooresville, NC - October 13-15 after winning the first race of the year at Daytona International Speedway, which helped seal his first National Championship in the Mini Swift Class for 2017. In addition, he won his local club race championship at GoPro Motorplex in Mooresville, NC.
However, the racing story begins with his first WKA National race in 2014, he achieved the pole position. A big feat for the 5 year old, competing with kids older and with more experience than him.
Caleb 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 3rd 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 7-9 years old. He scored his first WKA Grand National Win in 2016 in New Castle, Indiana.
Make sure to catch him at your local track, online or on the Race Monitor, RaceHero or ROK Cup USA apps. He will be competing in the SKUSA and USPKS Micro Swift Class and the ROK Cup USA Micro ROK Class.