Parker Chase will be kicking off the 2018 season with TruSpeed AutoSport in the first Pirelli World Challenge (PWC) race of the year on the Streets of St. Petersburg. Taking place over the March 9-11 weekend, Chase will be piloting the #19 Vertical Bridge / New Braunfels Convention and Visitors Bureau / ProBalance Protein Water Audi R8. The talented 17-year-old has been preparing for the season by testing on the West Coast and will return to St. Petersburg, with his sights set on the top step of the podium.
A new year and a new car team for Parker Chase aren’t the only changes in 2018. With a growing brand and impressive results, several new marketing partners have hopped on board to support the sensational teenager. Kicking off his season in early March at the St. Pete Grand Prix, Chase will debut with TruSpeed AutoSport behind the wheel of a potent Audi R8 LMS.
It is a new year and a new program for a pair of drivers in 2018 as Parker Chase and Ryan Dalziel partner to join TruSpeed AutoSport for the upcoming Pirelli World Challenge program. Rumored earlier this week and now confirmed by team officials, Chase and Dalziel will pilot an Audi R8 GT3 machine as Chase will compete in the PWC GTA Sprint races while he and Dalziel will partner for the SprintX format of the series.
With the program coming together early last week, Parker Chase and Ginetta Cars put on a spectacular performance at the famed Circuit of the Americas (COTA) this past weekend in their Trans Am Series debut.
From entering the off season to once again being back behind the wheel of his Ginetta G55 machine, Parker Chase will join Ginetta factory driver Charlie Robertson as the duo will enter the Trans Am Championship event at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) this coming weekend.