Motivational NASCAR Speaker Chase Elliot

Chase Elliott

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Biography:

As the son of former Winston Cup champion Bill Elliott, Motivational NASCAR Speaker Chase knows a thing or two about turning left and driving really, really fast. Chase is a driver on the rise coming up in the ranks for powerhouse Hendrick Motorsports team. This talented driver had an unforgettable rookie year in the NASCAR Nationwide Series in 2014. He got his first win holding off two Sprint Cup Series regulars in Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick to win the O’Reilly Auto Parts 300. He was named Rookie of the Year, Nationwide Series Most Popular Driver and took home the Nationwide Series Championship to cap his first full season in the series. To date, no other rookie in the history of NASCAR has ever won the Nationwide Series Championship.

As the son of a NASCAR legend, Chase knows he has some big shoes to fill.

In 2016, Motivational NASCAR Speaker Chase will take over the #24 Chevrolet car full-time for NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon.

He is scheduled to race at least 5 Sprint Cup races in 2015 in addition to his Nationwide schedule. Chase is already getting behind the camera as a celebrity spokesperson for his sponsors as well. He appeared in an ad spot for NAPA Auto Parts with fellow NAPA driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. airing in 2014.

After signing a three year driver development contract with Hendrick Motorsports in 2011, Chase became the youngest Snowball Derby winner at the age of 16. In December of that year, Chase was voted as ESPN the Magazines “NEXT” racer by fans. In 2012, he was named as one of NASCAR’s Under 25 Top Drivers to Watch by FOX Sports. In 2013, while racing in the ARCA Series, he won at Pocono Raceway becoming the youngest to ever do so. A few months later, Chase won the All American 400 becoming the first driver to win all four of the country’s largest short-track races. When he joins the Spring Cup Series full time in 2016 he may be young, but his impressive 2014 season in the Nationwide Series proves he’s got what it takes to outrun NASCAR’s best on the track.