A Fedler Racing Story...

Four generations of racing, all about Family.

Four generations of racing, all about Family.


My Story...

Summit “Max” Fedler is born to race.  As part of the fourth generation of a racing family, Max traces his roots in the sport back to his great-grandfather.  At the age of 15, Max received his SCCA Pro License and debuted professionally in the Pirelli World Challenge racing a BMW M235iR in the Touring Car class.  Max has won numerous racing events including the prestigious June Sprints, multiple SCCA Super Tour events, and two, 24 hour endurance races with the Vess Energy team.  He is also the track record holder at Laguna Seca and Pueblo Motorsports Park. His racing resume is impressive:

Endurance Racing:

  • Creventic 24H Circuit of the Americas Champion

  • World Racing League 24 @ 5280 Overall Winner

Pirelli World Challenge:

  • Touring Car - Top 10 in every race

  • Utah Grand Prix - 4th place

SCCA Super Tour:

  • 62nd Annual Weathertech Chicago Region SCCA June Sprints Champion

  • SCCA Hoosier Super Tour - Three outright wins and Podium in 14 of 18 races

SKUSA and Rotax Karting:

  • Rotax Challenge of the Americas - Top 10 & Fiske Wheel SKUSA Pro Tour - Top 10

  • Rotax Racing the Rockies Champion - Junior Max

  • SKUSA ProKart Challenge Champion – Junior Max

  • IKF Region 4A Junior 1 Novice Champion

In 2019, Max will continue with BMW Motorsport racing the M235iR & M4 GT4 in professional sprint and endurance series in North America and Europe.   He is fortunate to retain the support of BMW Motorsport, BMW of Denver Downtown, Summit of Everest Group, FreeM, H&R Special Springs, Little Man Ice Cream, Design Wright Studios, along with professional and personal mentors.  

Outside of racing, Max is an Honor Athlete, a member of Student Senate at Denver South High School, and is a member of the National Honor Society.  He is ranked in the top 5% of his class for GPA and is a two sport varsity athlete competing in Cross Country and Lacrosse. Max is committed to serving his community through the Denver Rescue Mission and other organizations. Max will be attending the University of California Santa Barbara in the Fall of 2019 studying Economics and Communications.