Cole Peschang, age 15, started racing at age 10 in the Junior Clone Class at Sugar River Raceway in Brodhead, WI, where he became the 2012 Track Champion and Track Record Holder. The following year, he moved up to the Honda GX200 Class where once again he was the 2013 Track Champion and Track Record Holder. For 2014, Cole moved onto Regional racing in the Midwest in the Mid-American Sprint Series. He was the LO206 Jr. Champion in 2014 and 2015.
In 2016, Cole joined the World Karting Association (WKA ) and tried his luck with Road Racing. He finished the 2016 season as the World Karting Association's Grand National Champion in the Animal Jr. Lite Class and the 2016 World Karting Association's National Champion in the Animal Jr. Heavy Class.
For 2017, Cole is racing in the WKA Manufacturer's Cup Series, RT66 Sprint Series and locally at the Badger Kart Club in Dousman, WI., all in the Yamaha Jr. classes racing a TopKart Twister and a Haase chassis'd Team kart with the tried and true KT100 engine.
Cole's biggest achievement was winning the 2016 World Karting Association's Daytona Kart Week where he won in two classes: Animal Jr. Lite and Animal Jr. Heavy and cruising around the World Famous Track at close to 100 mph.