Hannah Grisham is a 19 year old race car driver from Glendora, California, and currently attends San Diego State University as a business major.
Hannah began driving at age 3, riding motorcycles at age 4, racing karts at age 6 and racing Spec Miata at age 16, and is now in her fourth year in the platform. She has over 800 competitive starts across more than 300 races including club and national levels. Hannah holds multiple karting class championships, including two national championships that have earned her the International Karting Federation Expert (IKF) designation. Hannah is the second female to win the prestigious IKF Lake Speed Achievement of Excellence in Karting award, and has earned the So-Cal Sprinters Driver of the Year and High Point Eagle awards.
Racing with NASA So-Cal, Hannah is currently leading the points in Spec Miata and Teen Mazda Challenge, earning top 10 finishes at the NASA Western States Championships in both 2016 and 2017. Hannah earned a Teen Mazda Challenge podium at the 2018 NASA National Championships at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, as well as 16th overall and was one of four finalists in the 2018 Mazda Road to 24 Shootout.