Josh first tasted the thrill of motorsports driving indoor karts at Grand Prix New York in 2015. Josh quickly moved into outdoor karting at Oakland Valley Raceway Park in Cuddebackville, NY, running in club and regional events in 2016. Over the next two years, he dedicated himself to the craft and began running against stiffer competition in regional and national events, posting impressive results including winning the IAME X30 Junior championship in the 2018 WKA Manufacturers Cup and and was invited to race in the IAME International Final at Le Mans, France.
In 2019, Josh added a formula car racing program to his karting schedule, and immediately showed his natural abilities running in the FRP F1600 Championship Series. Green won eight races and finished on the podium in 18 of the 21 races, finishing second overall in the championship battle. This season-long performance caught the eye of Team USA Scholarship’s Jeremy Shaw who invited Josh to the program’s shootout at Road America last September. Green rose to the challenge and was one of the two drivers selected to join Team USA at the Formula Ford Festival and Walter Hayes Trophy events in the UK. Josh finished in the top-10 at the Festival and was the top qualifier in the wet for the WHT at Silverstone. He then made his Road to Indy debut at Portland in September, finishing in the top-10 in the second race of the USF2000 doubleheader in his first weekend in the Tatuus USF-17
In 2020, Josh piloted the No. 2 Cape Motorsports Tatuus USF-17 in the 2020 Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tire USF2000 Championship. He joined the nine-time series champions having developed his skills over the last four years competing in national level karting and the F1600 Championship Series. He finished sixth in the championship with three podiums and 12 top 10 finishes.
In 2021, Josh joined Turn 3 Motorsport for his sophomore year in the USF 2000 Championship. In preparation, Green and Turn 3 Motorsport completed three successful tests together at Barber Motorsports Park, Homestead-Miami Speedway, and Sebring International Raceway, gelling together well and setting the foundation for a strong 2021 campaign.
In 2022, Josh will advance to the Indy Pro 2000 Championship and pilot the #3 with Turn 3 Motorsport.
Josh is a free agent for the IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship. FiA Driver Categorization - Silver.
Finished 6th in the Championship Standings with 1 win and 3 podiums.
6 top 5 finishes
7 top 10 finishes
Pilot No.33 Turn 3 Motorsports in the 2021 Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tire USF2000 Championship.
Finished 5th in the Championship Standings with 2 podiums and 1 win.
8 top 5 finishes
14 top 10 finishes
Pilot No. 2 Cape Motorsports Tatuus USF-17 in the 2020 Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tire USF2000 Championship.
Finished 6th in the Championship Standings with 3 podiums and a Tilton Hard Charger award.
6 top 5 finishes
7 top 10 finishes
Ran 2 out of 3 rounds of the US Pro Karting Series Championship
Won 1 race and 3 podiums of 4 races before missing final round
Vice-champion F1600 Championship Series with Team Pelfrey
21 races: 18 podiums, 8 wins and 7 poles
Won the Team USA Scholarship
Top 10 at BRSCC Formula Ford Festival
Overall Pole in the wet at Silverstone in the Walter Hayes Trophy
(got involved in an incident fighting for 2nd in the Semi-Final, taking me out of the final)
Debuted in the USF2000 Championship at Portland International Raceway
Finished in the top 10 and awarded the Tilton Hard Charger Award
World Karting Association Manufactures Cup in X30 Junior CHAMPION
Oakland Valley Race Park Championship in X30 Senior CHAMPION
New York State Championship CHAMPION
Finished 5th in Rotax Grand Nationals in Rotax Senior
Participated in the X30 World Finals, Le Mans, France
Moved to Mike Doty Racing
Moved onto an OTK Chassis and began running X30 Junior
North East Super Series of Karting Junior CHAMPION
First national event (World Karting Association Margay Sprint Nationals)
Finished 5th on day 2
Moved to outdoor karting at my local kart track, Oakland Valley Race Park with Stevan McAleer’s team
Began running regional and club Rotax events
Finished 2nd in Oakland Valley Race Park Club Championship
First year in racing
Began indoor karting at Grand Prix New York
Formed in 1986 as the American Racing Series and rebranded as Indy Lights in 1991, the Penske Entertainment-owned training category has undergone another name change and will be called Indy NXT by Firestone moving forward.
Taking a page from the WWE’s popular NXT pro wrestling developmental league, Indy NXT — an abbreviated and capitalized variation of the word ‘next’ — will hold 14 races next season at the same tracks it visited in 2022 and host three doubleheaders.
“We look forward to being part of the journey as Indy NXT enters a new era and expands our partnership with IndyCar,” said Bridgestone Americas director of motorsports Lisa Boggs. “Having been in the series previously, we know how important it is for the development of the next generation of drivers, and we are proud to support them again. Indy NXT provides opportunities for Firestone to engage with new audiences and develop and showcase our technology.”
All races will be streamed on NBC’s Peacock platform.