Jack William Miller got his start in karting at age 3. Among his many accomplishments in karting was winning at the Florida Winter Tour and winning a spot for the World Finals. Jack William Miller moved into car racing via the F4 U.S. Championship Series in 2017. Although he was ineligible for the championship due to his age, he competed in all of the events except for the one on the IMS road course, gaining valuable experience. He had one fifth-place finish at Homestead, and four other top-10 finishes in 2017. Son of former IndyCar driver Dr. Jack Miller, he is also very active in Boy Scouts. He attends Park Tudor School in Indianapolis.
Dylan Tavella started his karting career in 2008. Dylan earned back-to-back Pan American championships in the Micro MAX category, a U.S. Rotax MAX National Championship, and was a Rotax MAX Grand National champion. In 2015 Dylan advanced to Juniors and won at the FWT, USPKS, and the U.S. Open in New Orleans. Dylan was also selected to represent Team USA at the Rotax MAX Grand nationals in Italy. In 2017 he captured the SKUSA X30 Junior Championship to cap off his outstanding karting career. The 2018 F4 season will be his rookie year in formula cars.