After a successful podium-winning weekend at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, 17-year-old Texan Parker Chase will be joined by Ryan Dalziel at the famed Virginia International Raceway. Piloting the #19 Vertical Bridge / New Braunfels Convention and Visitors Bureau / ProBalance Protein Water / Music Movement Audi R8 GT3 LMS, the duo will enter the Pirelli World Challenge SprintX Pro/Am division in their hunt for the top step of the podium.
After a podium finish with Pirelli World Challenge SprintX co-driver Ryan Dalziel at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, New Braunfels resident Parker Chase hit the streets of California for the Toyota Long Beach Grand Prix in an impressive debut this past weekend. Chase, driver of the #19 Vertical Bridge / New Braunfels Convention and Visitors Bureau / ProBalance Protein Water / Music Movement Audi R8 GT3 LMS, was able to capture another podium result for his TruSpeed AutoSport outfit all while gaining good points for the overall series championship.
After a successful weekend in his hometown race scoring a podium finish in Pirelli World Challenge SprintX competition, Parker Chase is ready to hit the track again for the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. Taking place this coming weekend, April 13-15, Chase will visit the famed temporary Long Beach circuit for the first time and he is aiming for his first victory of the season after a podium finish at the Circuit of the Americas only two weeks ago.
On a warm and sunny weekend in Texas, 17-year-old Parker Chase and co-driver Ryan Dalziel, drivers of the #19 Vertical Bridge / New Braunfels Convention and Visitors Bureau / ProBalance Protein Water / Music Movement Audi R8 showed persistence at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. Taking on the Pirelli World Challenge SprintX GT Pro/Am program, Chase and Dalziel overcame an unfortunate shunt on the final lap during Saturday’s event to stand on the podium on Sunday.
Pirelli World Challenge driver Parker Chase has positioned himself to promote and assist a charity that is close to his heart and family. Aligning himself with Music Movement, a 501(c)3 nonprofit foundation that develops and funds music centric programs to improve and enrich the lives of children, young adults and their families that suffer with autism and other learning differences, Chase is ready to launch his representation of the organization.