It’s hard to imagine a savvy veteran in motorsports at 23 years old, but Trevor Sanborn is just that. Trevor’s need for speed came early. The Sanborns have owned cars competing at Beech Ridge and Oxford Plains Speedways in Maine for 30 years. Trevor’s exposure to racing at a young age fuelled his desire to get behind the wheel. His wish came true when Trevor went kart racing when he was just 10 years old. Trevor excelled immediately racing karts.
Numerous wins and championships later he went from karts straight to Super Late Models at the age of 15. Once again he proved quickly he belonged. He found victory lane in his rookie season at that time becoming the tracks youngest winner. Trevor’s racing resume is a source of great pride for the Maine talent. He lists three impressive wins in the Pro All Star Series (PASS) Super Late Models as his career highlights, as well as many weekly series Super Late Model wins, and hundreds of Go-kart wins, but there’s no doubt the accolades will continue to come.
Trevor’s passion to better himself was recognized by racing program RACE 101, Trevor attended classes in North Carolina as a scholarship recipient. After the conclusion of the Race 101 program Trevor relocated to North Carolina to work as a driver coach to younger drivers. The benchmarks Trevor uses for success in racing are Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch. While he admires Busch’s ability as a wheelman he realizes Johnson’s ability to speak is equally as valuable.
When not racing or tuning the race car, Trevor works at his family’s scrap business. He takes a hands‐on approach to his work, and there’s no telling what a day at work will find Trevor doing. Trevor Sanborn is a well‐balanced young man who finds a way to succeed, polished, humble and most of all truly determined.