2023 Team Canada Scholarship Winners

We are excited to announce the 2023 Team Canada Scholarship Winners, who will represent Canada at the Formula Ford Festival and the Walter Hayes Trophy Race in England in October.

Please join us in wishing these two exceptional young drivers All the Best in representing our country in England.


Alex Berg

Alex started his racing career in 2015, following in the footsteps of his father, who made a career in racing as a driver for over 25 years, and raced for a brief period in Formula 1. He raced regionally in Alberta winning a club and Provincial Championship before moving up to National Kart racing in Canada and the USA in 2018.

Alex was selected by Mazda Motorsports to compete in the 2020 Mazda Spec MX-5 “Karts to Cars” Shootout and won the shootout being the youngest driver at age 14.

In 2021 Alex finished P2 in the championship with 3 race wins, 3 pole positions and 5 podiums. It was a very successful season for his debut in cars.

In 2022 he raced in both the Spec MX-5 Challenge and the F4 US Championship with great success, finishing 3rd overall in the National Championship for Spec MX-5 Challenge and finishing 5th in the F4 US Championship.

In 2023, Alex has been racing in the F4 US Championship and is currently 4th in the standings.  He has a large variety of experience racing in various types of cars such as Mazda MX-5 Cup Cars, Elan DP-02 Prototype, 2001 Lola T97/20 Indy Lights, BMW M2 CS, Piper F1600 and Spectrum F1600.

In his spare time, he also is a paid test driver for Ligier Automotive and is currently focusing on the development work for the much-anticipated Ligier JSF4-22, which will race in the F4 US Championship in 2024 and beyond.

Alexander Berg

Logan Pacza

Logan’s racing career began in go-karts at the age of 9 at Erbsville Kart summer camp, before moving on the next year, coming 2nd overall in an Arrive and Drive series.

Between the ages of 11 and 15, Logan began his reign of winning and won the HRKC Club Championship, the 2020 Ron Fellows Karting Championship in Briggs Junior, was the 2021 Ron Fellows Karting Vice-Champion in ROK Junior and at age of 15, obtained 3 podium finishes in Briggs Senior in the Ron Fellows Series.

In 2023, Logan ran in the Toyo F1600 Championship and solidified his Championship, having the most poles and breaking the qualifying track record at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.

Academically, Logan is in grade 12 at Galt Collegiate in Cambridge and looking to study psychology at University in the future.  To balance his busy schedule Logan is a Lifeguard and Swimming instructor at his local pool as well. 

Logan Pacza

“It is a race like no other and is a fantastic learning experience for any young driver.”

Team Canada Scholarship 3034 Winners
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Congratulations to 2023 alumni Alex Berg Racing

We couldn’t be more proud of you!We're very happy to welcome Canadian Alex Berg Racing to the team, our third driver in ROKiT British F4 this season! 👋

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Best of luck from a fellow Canadian. Find it interesting how many sons of North American racers skip UsF4 in favor of the euro series equivalent 😀

Thank you!

If you are at the show - check them out!The Canadian Motorsport Academy is excited to share we will have a booth at this year’s Motorama - Custom Cars and Motorsports Expo at The International Centre from March 8-10th 2024!

📍We will be in booth #3302 from open to close each day!

Come meet some of our team and find out more about the Academy! Think you have what it takes? Interested in a career in motorsports? You could be our next Academy Member!

Registration is open and will be open all throughout the show! Link in bio and below 🔗


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