Alan Rudolph

I’m Alan Rudolph, President/Co-Owner of Speedsportz Racing Park and the Alan Rudolph Racing Academy. As a multi-time national karting champion, I also have experience in open wheel formula cars, sports cars, and an LMP2 at Petite Le Mans. I’d say I’m best known for my dominance in shifter karts, and by winning the Rock Islands “King of the Streets” title an unprecedented five times. In 2009, I took on the position of President of Stars of Karting and then in 2011, I became Superkarts! USA’s (SKUSA) Director of Competition.

Racing Accomplishments:

  • Five Time SKUSA “King of the Streets” Winner
  • 2014 Challenge of the America DD2 Masters Champion
  • 2013 Challenge of the America DD2 Masters Champion
  • 2013 Rotax Max National Champion
  • 2013 Pan Am DD2 Master Champion
  • 2012 Florida Winter Tour DD2 Masters Champion
  • 2012 Rotax Max National Champion
  • 2012 Team USA member, and Team Captain
  • #1 Ranked Shifter Kart Driver, by SuperKart Illustrated
  • SKUSA 125cc Super Pro Champion & multi time race winner
  • WKA National & Grand National Champion
  • WKA Multi Champion at Daytona International Speedway
  • 250cc SuperKarts/All time lap record @ Road America
  • Multi time PKA Karting Champion
  • LMP 2 American LeMans Series driver @ Petite LeMans
  • Star Mazda Rookie of the year
  • Skip Barber Scholarship Winner
  • SCCA Sports 2000 Champion
  • ASA Speed Truck Driver

Having spent nearly 16 years at The Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving, I’m continuously working with racers on advanced techniques, as well as sharing the sport of karting with people who just like to have fun. Additionally, I’ve had the honor of working with various charitable organizations such as United Cerebral Palsy, United Technical Institute Foundation, the Lynn St. James Foundation and the Rotary Club of Arizona on many different karting centered events and fundraisers.

My real passion is traveling the world to driver coach children and adults, such as Austin Versteeg, Chase Elliot (son of Bill Elliot), Sabre Cook, Cole Glasson, and many others. Coaching is where I get true satisfaction of giving back to karting. My dream as a child was to become a professional racecar driver. However, this path has given me the opportunity to daily encourage and enrich the lives of those who share the same dream.