Driver: Cameron Tuttle
Division: Novice Sportsman/Ransomville Speedway
Lowdown: Despite his young age, Tuttle, a junior at Wilson High School, is a seasoned racing veteran who began his career racing dirt flat track motorcycles in Medina at age 4. He soon graduated to the Go-Karts at age 9 in the Novice class at Ransomville, where he won his first three races and as a result had to move up to the Junior 1 competition. Following a season in Junior 1, Tuttle moved up to Junior 2 in 2012. In 2014, he advanced to the Junior Clone grouping. In 2015 Tuttle took a one year sabbatical from driving to get his Sportsman car ready for competition. He made his debut in Novice Sportsman at Ransomville last season, competing in the last seven races of the year. Tuttle is competing full time at Ransomville in 2017. Tuttle is grateful to his parents, Kirk and Holly Tuttle, as well as his uncle Don Anderson for their full support of his racing career. During this past offseason, Kirk Tuttle obtained and totally prepared a new Sportsman car for his son for this season.
Accomplishments: In 2013 at Ransomville, Tuttle earned nine wins and the Junior 2 Go-Kart season point championship. He has enjoyed a banner 2017 Novice Sportsman campaign to date driving as part of the Chris Burek Racing team, winning four times at Ransomville and twice at Canandaigua Motorsports Park. Tuttle currently leads the Ransomville Novice Sportsman point standing, 434-426 over Robbie Johnston.
Favorite Food: Tacos
Favorite Music: Country, especially Florida Georgia Line.
Hobbies: Tuttle plays lacrosse for his school. He also is assisting in the development of the Ransomville Go-Kart racing career of 5-year-old Wyatt Sherman.