TJ Fischer

#82 Project 02

 

Birthdate: August 13, 1993
Hometown: Vacaville, California
Residence: Los Angeles, California
Website: TJFischerRacing.com
Twitter: @travisjfischer
Facebook: TJ Fischer Racing
Team Website: Team-Pelfrey.com
Sponsors:

 

Project O2

Onnit, Molecule, Rathbun Associates, Minus 273, OMP, Bell Helmets

 

Nationality: American

Languages spoken: English

Height/weight:  6’3” / 185 lbs.

Current sports played: Rock climbing, football, training, shooting, running and basketball

Hobbies: Hiking, skeet shooting

Snapshot: I’m interested in many different sports and at one point was a three-sport athlete.

Racing goal: To race in the Indianapolis 500 and compete in the Verizon IndyCar Series

Racing hero: Michael Schumacher

My fitness routine includes: Weight Training 4-5 days a week, mixed with cardio circuits and running

Any pre-race rituals or superstitions: Enter car on the left side

An interesting note about me: I speak sarcasm. I have an irreverent motorsports podcast named none other than ‘I hate racing radio’, which of course is sarcasm. I started a non-profit called Project O2 centered on asthma awareness.   I am a former collegiate football player, I have asthma and more of a “wirey” build.

Career results:

2016

  • Began the season in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda, where he earned four top-10 finishes in six races
  • Moved mid-season to the Pro Mazda Championship Presented by Cooper Tires, taking seven top-six finishes in nine races to earn seventh place in the championship

2015

  • Finished eighth in the Formula Renault 2.0 ALPS Championship, the highest-placing rookie in the championship

2014

  • Finished sixth in the Formula Renault BARC Championship in England, driving for Cliff Dempsey Racing

2013

  • Won the Formula Mazda NASA National Championship
  • Won the SCCA Majors Western Championship
  • Earned the Formula Car Challenge Western Conference Championship with 17 of 18 races, including 10 in a row
  • Named a Mazda Shootout Finalist

2012

  • Finished fourth in the Formula Car Challenge National Championship

2011

  • Named the NorCal Senior Karting Driver of the Year
  • Gatorz Challenge of the Americas Race Winner
  • Finished second in the TaG Senior Pro Kart Challenge North Championship and third in the Rotax Grand Nationals in the DD2 class

2010

  • Earned the IKF Region 11 TaG Senior Championship

2008

  • Began karting at the age of 10