Pro Mazda - Anders Krohn

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Anders Krohn
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Anders Krohn
Biography of Anders Krohn

Also known as “The Viking,” Krohn hails from Stavangar, Norway. Krohn received his first go-kart at the young age of three and a half and started his racing career quickly after. Due to the Norwegian racing age limit being 11, he had to go to England to debut in racing at the age of eight.


After spending time in the karting circuit, Krohn moved to the Intercontinental A Juniors series in 2001. Eventually he would move up to Formula-car racing, noting his breakout year as 2008 where he won nine out of 14 races. He would be named “Rookie of the Year” for the U.S. Formula 2000 Championship, along with becoming the champion of the series.


In 2009 Krohn made the move to open-wheel racing in the Star Mazda Championship presented by Goodyear with the Mundill team where he was third in the Rookie Championship series and had seven top-six results. The following year he would continue on the ladder up to the Firestone Indy Lights Series as a member of the Anderson Racing team, but returned to Star Mazda Championship for 2010 before settling into Firestone Indy Lights. He spent the full 2011 season with Belardi Auto Racing, where he had nine top-10 finishes and two top-fives.

• Finished seventh in Firestone Indy Lights for Belardi Auto Racing with a best finish of fifth at St. Petersburg and Toronto.
• Led laps at Indianapolis (7) and Baltimore (3).

• Finished second in Star Mazda Championship for Andersen Racing with six podiums and 13 top-fives in 13 starts.
• Made Firestone Indy Lights debut for Andersen Racing at Watkins Glen.

• Finished sixth in Star Mazda Championship for Mundill recording a win at Milwaukee in his first-ever oval race. Had seven top-six results

• Won the F2000 Championship for Andersen Racing with nine wins and seven pole positions in 14 races.
• Won series’ Rookie of the Year Award
• Named Autosport Driver of the Year by Norwegian Autosport Federation

• Finished second in Benelux Formula Ford for Vuik Racing
• Finished second in Dutch Formula Ford for Vuik Racing
• Finished 11th Formula Ford World Finals
• Recorded six wins and 11 podiums in 15 races.

• Competed in go-kart races internationally winning numerous championships.

Early Career
• Began karting in 1996, winning races and championships in Norway, England and Sweden as well as several
Scandanavian championships
Year Series Starts Wins Poles** Top 5 Top 10 Laps Led RAF
Year Series Starts Wins Poles** Top 5 Top 10 Laps Led RAF
2012 Indy Lights 2 0 0 0 1 0 1
2011 Indy Lights 14 0 0 2 9 10 9
2010 Indy Lights 1 0 0 0 1 0 1
Total 17 0 0 2 11 10 11
2014 Pro Mazda 1 0 0 1 1 0 1
2013 Pro Mazda 2 0 0 2 2 0 0
Total 3 0 0 3 3 0 1
* Under INDYCAR sanction RAF = Running at Finish
** Includes all poles, including those awarded based on entrant points
Team Pelfrey

Team Pelfrey, the 2011 rebirth of memorable IndyCar operation Team Pelfrey, ventures back into professional open-wheel racing with an important goal in mind: help and develop new talent. The Star Mazda Championship presented by Goodyear as part of the Mazda Road to Indy ladder system proves to be a perfect medium for owner Dale Pelfrey to showcase his latest foray into the world of professional motorsports and the business model is to not cut any corners in doing so.

Pelfrey’s formula for molding a team is no different to that of the company he founded and led for over 30 years, Enginetics Aerospace who specialized in the design and manufacturing of jet engine components for the international market—hire the best, acquire the best, and demand the best in order to achieve the most.   Team Pelfrey is no different and has already proven it thus far with the decisions that Pelfrey has made in setting up his new venture.

Pelfrey’s last stint as a team owner was in the IZOD IndyCar Series from 1998-2000 which had such drivers as Danny Ongais, Memo Gidley, Bryan Tyler, Billy Boat, Robby Unser and John Paul Jr., who led 39 laps of the 1998 Indianapolis 500. Pelfrey also gave current IndyCar Series owner and successful female driver Sarah Fisher her first ride in an IndyCar race at Texas Motor Speedway in 1999.

In addition to his business ventures and IndyCar past, Pelfrey himself has also raced competitively. From flat-track motorcycles in his teens, to karts, Skip Barber, and a P2 car in the Grand-Am Rolex Series, Pelfrey has always had a passion for the competitiveness that motorsports provides. This above all else is what’s pushing Team Pelfrey’s re-entry into professional open-wheel racing, with its sights set firmly on immediately challenging for top honors.