In 2023, Gresham is entering his 5th season in the IMSA Idemitsu Mazda MX-5 Cup with Spark Performance, and is taking on the challenge of the inaugural Toyota GR Cup with TechSport Racing.
Gresham began his racing career at the age of 5, racing karts at Langley Speedway. Once he was 9, Gresham made his national karting debut, competing in the 2007 World Karting Association (WKA) Manufacturer’s Cup with MRP-Birel America. In 2013, after many successful years and championships with the MRP team, he joined Kartsport North America. Gresham continued competing in karts, both in the United States Pro Kart Series (USPKS), WKA, and Superkarts USA (SKUSA). During his time in karting, Gresham also competed in the STARS of Karting, BRDC Stars of Tomorrow, and WSK North American series. In 2017, Gresham advanced into car racing, joining Sick Sideways Racing. After a season in the SCCA Majors Tour, he made his full-season debut in the 2019 MX-5 Cup Championship. Since 2020, Gresham has continued in the series with Spark Performance, earning numerous poles, podiums, wins, and a championship. In 2022, he earned the drivers’ championship in his debut season in the TCA class of Touring Car America, driving the new BRZ TCA for TechSport Racing. He also helped bring TechSport Racing the teams’ championship in 2022.
Off the racetrack, Gresham is a recent graduate of Christopher Newport University with B.S. in Business Administration and a minor in communications. His father Kevin and mother Lauren help manage his racing and have been a fundamental part of his career since it began.