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Brendon Leitch (born 28 November 1996) is a Toyota Racing Series driver from New Zealand who finished a career best 3rd in the 2016 Toyota Racing Series for Victory Racing. Leitch was born and raised in Invercargill, New Zealand's southernmost city. Leitch and his elder brother, Damon, raced karts for many years, before setting out driving father Barry's Formula Atlantic Ralt RT4 and the EH Ball Formula Ford at club days at local track, Teretonga Park, which is also the southernmost circuit in the world.
After four years in the Toyota Racing Series, Leitch flew to America to compete in the United States Formula 4 Championship on some of North America's most iconic circuits like Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Canadian Tire Motorsport Park and Virginia International Raceway. The final two rounds of the championship were held at Circuit of the Americas in Austin Texas, as support for both the FIA World Endurance Championship and Formula 1 races. After a character building season, Leitch finished 4th overall, in a field of 30 competitors.
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