Victor Franzoni

Victor  Franzoni

Juncos Hollinger Racing | Jennil Salazar


Victor Franzoni grew up in Sao Paolo, Brazil, in a family that was all about racing. From watching F1 on television to racing karts with his father, the young Franzoni thought of little else. Racing in the micro series at age 4 (against kids much older), Franzoni honed both his race craft and his ability to smile in the face of adversity. The youngest driver to win the Brazilian Karting Championship at age 14, Franzoni moved to Europe the following year to compete in Formula Renault before moving to the U.S. in 2015. He finished third in USF2000 in 2016 and captured a hard-fought Pro Mazda title last season to become the #SoulRed Mazda Scholarship Driver in Indy Lights.

Hobbies: Go-karting, gym, mini-golf, tennis, music

Racing goal: To be an NTT INDYCAR SERIES driver

Racing hero: Ayrton Senna

My fitness routine includes: Reflex training, cardio training and muscle training

Snapshot: I like to do everything, to know new things, new sports, new places,new cultures. I like house music and my favorite DJs are Avicii, Calvin Harris and Sebastian Ingrosso. I´m still new in the U.S. but my favorite football team is the Dallas Cowboys.


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Juncos Hollinger Racing is a championship-winning team fielding multiple cars in INDY NXT by Firestone and the NTT INDYCAR SERIES.

Ricardo Juncos announced in 2021 the formation of Juncos Hollinger Racing with co-owner Brad Hollinger. The partnership between Juncos and Hollinger brings an expansive future for the race team and their state-of-the-art headquarters located just a half-mile from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

The mission of Juncos Hollinger Racing is to develop drivers from around the world into the next level of their careers through its Driver Development Program. Through this program, the team not only works with drivers on track to improve their skills behind the wheel but also gives them the tools needed to understand
the engineering and mechanics of the car. Drivers who have participated in this program and have gone on to compete in the next level include Connor de Phillippi, Nicolas Dapero, Tatiana Calderon, Peter Dempsey, Conor Daly, Spencer Pigot, Victor Franzoni, Kyle Kaiser, Rinus VeeKay, Rasmus Lindh, Dalton Kellett
and Sting Ray Robb.

Along with focusing on driver development, Juncos Hollinger Racing expanded into a multi-year full-time NTT INDYCAR SERIES program beginning in 2022.
The team grows to a two-car NTT INDYCAR SERIES operation for the first time in 2023, with Argentine touring car champion Agustin Canapino joining Callum Ilott in the driver lineup.