Brett Smrz Racing

Brett Smrz was born on February 28, 1991 in Bordentown, NJ. He started racing go-karts professionally at the age of 12, where he won multiple national championships throughout the years. At the age of 16, Brett moved into car racing in the Mazda Mx-5 Cup Series. Shortly after that, Brett had an accident that set him back a few months, but it didn’t break his spirits. On April 29, 2007, Brett severely broke his leg on a trampoline and cut the artery. After 10 surgeries, the result ended in his left leg being amputated below the knee. This didn’t stop Brett from his career path or dreams though, as he came back to racing with a bang. The first race weekend back, Brett won a triple header in a Formula Ford 1600, and set a track record in the process. He continued his success throughout the years by winning the Jim Russell championship a few times in a Formula 3, and by winning the Team USA Scholarship. Brett got into stunts at the age of 9, but started work as a stunt driver at the age of 18. His father Gregg Smrz is a stunt coordinator in films, and his uncle Brian Smrz is a second unit director in films.

  • Hair: Brown
  • Eyes: Blue
  • Height: 5′ 9″
  • Weight: 160
  • Waist: 32/30
  • Shoe: 12
  • Shirt: Large/40R
  • Neck: 15 ½
  • Glove: 8 ½
  • SAG
  • SCCA
  • FIA C
  • IMSA
TrainingSpecial Skills
  • Dirtfish Rally School
  • Jim Russell Racing Drivers School (Formula 3)
  • Skip Barber Racing Drivers School
  • Formula BMW Racing Drivers School (Spain)
  • Hitting Marks (Cars)
  • Stunt Driving
  • Multiple Time National Go-Kart Champion
  • Left Leg Below Knee Amputee