IndyCar: Who Is David Malukas? Young Lithuanian-American Racing Driver Details To Know

David Malukas is a Lithuanian-American race car driver for Dale Coyne Racing in the IndyCar Series.

With seven victories, seven poles, and a series-leading 16 podiums in 20 races, David finished second in Indy Lights, Presented by Cooper Tires.

Set two new track records in 2021, at St. Pete (qualifying) and Detroit (race).

Following the Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires suspension due to the global pandemic, finished second in the Formula Regional Americas Championship powered by Honda in 2020, with two victories, 15 podiums, one pole, one fastest race lap, and top-five finishes in all 17 races.

Who Is David Malukas?

In 2015, he won the X30 Junior IAME (karting) International Final and finished fourth in Junior ROK on the Florida Winter Tour.

He also finished fourth in Junior Max at the Rotax Grand Nationals USA.

He came in fourth place at the SKUSA Super Nationals TaG Junior.

He also won the SKUSA TaG Junior Championship, the Florida Winter Tour TaG Junior Championship, the USPKS Pro Leopard Junior Championship. He came in second place in the SKUSA SuperNationals TaG Junior.

David Malukas Girlfriend: Who Is She?

David does not appear to have a girlfriend.

He has tightened his lips in revealing his relationship in public.

He looks to be more interested in his profession than in his personal relationships.

David Malukas Net Worth

According to CelebsAgeWiki, his net worth in 2021 will range between $1 million and $5 million.

David’s net worth has increased dramatically between 2021 and 2022.

David Malukas makes the most of his money as a professional race car driver.

David Malukas Bio: Who Are His Parents?

David Malukas was born in Chicago, Illinois, to parents Henry and Davia Malukas.

This explains why he competes under both the American and Lithuanian flags.

David is a first-generation American, but his parents are Lithuanians who fled the nation when the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991.

Henry and Daiva Malukas regarded the United States as a chance to live a better life and provide better prospects for their children than they had growing up under Communist control.