Autobahn Country Club is extremely pleased to welcome Britt Casey, Jr. to the Autobahn Driver Development Team as Chief Instructor of Driver Development.  Britt brings an impressive resume and skill set to the Club that will help members improve their driving and racing skills, including advanced racing instruction, video and data analysis, vehicle setups, and technical support.

Britt began his racing career here at Autobahn, starting in our member kart racing series in 2008 and quickly progressing to the Miata series at age 13.  A short 3 years later, at age 16, Britt started his professional career with IMSA.

Below is a list of Britt’s professional motorsports experience, which is indicative of the skills he’ll be bringing to Club members and guests:

IMSA SportsCar Racing Driver Champion:  7 years, 45 race starts in IMPC

– 5 poles, 5 wins, 12 podiums; 2018 IMSA TCR Champion; 2020 Gorsline Scholarship Driver
– 2019 Porsche Young Driver Academy Graduate

OEM Manufacturer Representative:  Mazda, 4 years; Audi Sport, 3 years

Race Shop Employee/Apprentice:  Kettler Motor Werks Sport & Logistik, 3 years; extensive experience with GT3, GT4, TCR, GT, and LMP race cars  

Race Team Fly-In Crew Member:  Team Hardpoint EBM Tire Manager/Pit Lane Coordinator for IMSA GTD Porsche

Endurance Sportscar Racing Spotter:  Mazda Team Joest – 2018 Sebring 12 Hour; 2018 Long Beach Grand Prix; 2018 Six Hours of The Glen

Professional Driver Coach:  5 years

Pre-Production Race Car Test Driver:  Long Road Racing Global MX-5 Cup sequential gearbox, Michelin Proving Grounds 2019

Motorsport Sponsorship Activation:  5 years; Over 300 sponsor guests at IMSA races; McLaren Chicago Promotional Event Driver

Sponsorship Event Coordination5 years

Britt will be taking an active role to further develop Autobahn’s Driver Development ladder system to Club members and guests, so stay tuned.  Please welcome Britt to the Autobahn team!