Blake Mount is no stranger to the world of motorsports. Born in Glendale, Arizona, now a Denver Resident, Blake realized early his passion and ambition for racing.  He took to it early and began racing karts competitively at age 9.  Blake is a writer, digital artist and works part time as a video editor when he’s not racing. Most days you will find him in the gym preparing his body to follow his dream of a successful racing career.

Blake further developed his skill during 2015 attending the Bertil Roos Race School he wrapped up his pro stats with 1st First and 2nd Place finishes in his first two School races, including first place wins in the rookie run-off camp. He finished the year with time in the Le Mans inspired Radical SR3, the F1600 and the Formula 3 at the Sims Racing School in Sonoma.

Blake is no stranger to the track or the podium, most recently competing in the F2000, most recently claiming 2nd in the 2016 F2000 US Majors Tour at Road Atlanta. Other recent race accolades include claiming the top step of the podium in the Atlantic Series Winter Exhibition at PBIR in Palm Beach and strong P2 at Sebring International Raceway.

Blake plans to leverage his opportunities by creating awareness and focus on reducing teenage mental illness stigmas or stereo types; supporting care and access; workplace health; and research for treatments and cures. As Blake stated “Many teenagers and young adults need know to seek help and know that there are treatments and cures that can help them lead productive and happy lives.”

Mount Joins K-Hill Motorsports

Blake Mount has signed on with K-Hill Motorsports for the 2018 FRP Formula Atlantic Championship season.  Mount has enjoyed a great start to the season with podium finishes at every event to include two 2nd place finishes at...

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Mount Takes 2nd At Road Atlanta

Out of a field of veteran drivers, Mount worked his way through the pack to take 2nd Place at the 2016 U.S. Majors Tour@ Road Atlanta.  Mount once again brings the 2012 No. 7 Van Diemen in for a podium finish this afternoon.  Mount with the help from the team at...

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2018 Atlantic Championship

Race #1 – Road Atlanta – April 21 -21

Race #2 – Watkins Glen International – May 11 – 13

Race #3 – Virginia International Raceway – May 31 – June 3

Race #4 – Mid Ohio Sports Car Course  – June 29 – July 1 (Columbus/Lexington, OH)

Race #5 –  Pittsburgh Internationsl Race Complex – August 3 – 5 

Race #6 – Summit Point, Virginia – August 24 – 26   (1 hour outside DC)

Race #7 – New Jersey Motorsport Park – September 14-16 

Atlantic Championship Series