With his 2017 Pirelli World Challenge (PWC) season complete, Texan Parker Chase will travel to Georgia for the IMSA Continental Sports Car Challenge Motul Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta. Accepting an invitation to join friend and fellow PWC driver Nate Stacy in KohR Motorsport program, the duo will compete in the Continental Sports Car Challenge two-hour endurance race that takes place on Friday, October 6.
After a pair of podium results two weeks ago in his home state of Texas, Performance Motorsports Group driver and 16-year-old Parker Chase would travel to California for the final round of the Pirelli World Challenge GTS program.
After claiming a pair of podiums less than two weeks ago at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas, 16-year-old Parker Chase is set to travel to Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma, California for the second time in as many years.
Ginetta Young Development Driver Parker Chase is rapidly becoming tipped as a rising motorsport star across paddocks in the UK and USA. The Texan native has been making headlines once again thanks to his success behind the wheel of his Ginetta G55 GT4 car.
Competing in his home state of Texas and at one of his favorite facilities, the Circuit of the Americas, 16-year-old Parker Chase stole the show in the Pirelli World Challenge GTS division.