|File:Graham Loughead at race track.jpg|
Loughead at Blackhawk Farms Raceway in 2018
|Born||Graham Russell Loughead|
February 24, 2000
|Related to||Jeff Loughead (father)|
|Current team||Crown Racing|
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Graham Loughead is an American racing driver with the Crown Racing team currently racing in the SCCA. Loughead currently races in the SCCA in a Formula Vee. He also will be a rookie in the Hoosier Racing Tire Formula First Championship Series. He is also a member of Indiana University's Conduct Board.
Graham Loughead started racing a Yamaha KT100 in the Kart Racers of America Series (KRA) at New Castle Motorsports Park in 2014 where he reached the podium multiple times.   He then moved to a Formula Vee in 2018 in SCCA regional competition. In three races he won every race at Blackhawk Farms Raceway and Gingerman Raceway.   In 2019, his team announced he will be racing in SCCA U.S. Majors Tour competition at tracks such as Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course and Road America. It was also announced he will be racing a Formula First at Road America and Grattan Raceway in the Hoosier Racing Tire Formula First Championship Series.
SCCA U.S. Majors Tour
|2019||Crown Racing||Vortech CR04||Volkswagen||MO
Hoosier Racing Tire Formula First Championship Series
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