TylerReddick

Hometown: Mitchell, Indiana
Birthdate: December 15, 1994

Born into a legendary Sprint Car family. Chase Briscoe made a name for himself In the last race of his rookie season in a 410 Sprint Car, where he visited Victory Lane for the first time, at the age of 13, breaking NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon’s record (14) as the youngest winner ever. In 2013, Briscoe was invited to compete in the Michael Waltrip Stock Car Dream Challenge, which was followed by the opportunity to make his NASCAR debut in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. In 2015, Briscoe began volunteering his time with Cunningham Motorsports, and the hard work paid off when they offered him a test at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville. He shined in his test session, and Cunningham Motorsports gave him a shot in two ARCA Racing Series events later that season. Demonstrating all the qualities of a championship-caliber driver, Cunningham Motorsports hired Briscoe full time in 2016 to pilot the No. 77 Ford machine in ARCA. The young driver made the most of his opportunity, earning six poles and six wins on his way to claiming the ARCA Racing Series championship in his first full-time season. At the beginning of 2017, Briscoe was selected as the first driver in the Ford Performance Driver Development Program, which granted him a full-time ride in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, driving the No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford F-150 for Brad Keselowski Racing.

Career Highlights

  •  First driver selected for the inaugural season of the Ford Performance driver development program
  • Earned his first full-time stock car racing opportunity at Cunningham Motorsports by volunteering in the team’s shop
  • Won 2016 ARCA Racing Series championship in his first full-time season in the series (six wins, six poles)
  • Stock car racing career boosted by competing in Michael Waltrip’s Stock Car Dream Challenge in 2013
  • Ran three races in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2013 for car owner Bill McAnally
  • Youngest 410 cubic-inch Sprint Car winner in history at age 13 – breaking the record previously held by Jeff Gordon
  • Racing career began in 2001 driving quarter midgets – won his first heat and feature race
  • Father Kevin Briscoe is an accomplished sprint car driver and USAC winner and grandfather Richard is a legendary Sprint Car owner