Chase Briscoe Career Highlights


  • Earned seventh career NASCAR Xfinity Series win July 4 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course. With the victory the week prior at Pocono (Pa.) Raceway, it marked the first time Briscoe had scored back-to-back wins.
  • Earned sixth career Xfinity Series win June 28 at Pocono Raceway.
  • Earned fifth career Xfinity Series win June 14 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
  • Earned fourth career Xfinity Series win May 21 at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway.
  • Earned third career Xfinity Series win Feb. 23 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.


  • Made NASCAR Playoffs in first full Xfinity Series season, advancing to the Round of 8 and finishing fifth in the championship standings.
  • Earned second career Xfinity Series win July 27 at Iowa Speedway in Newton.
  • Scored first career Xfinity Series pole Sept. 28 at the Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway Roval and earned second career Xfinity Series pole Oct. 5 at Dover (Del.) International Speedway.


  • Competed in 17 NASCAR Xfinity Series races, scoring a win and four top-10 finishes.
  • Made Xfinity Series debut Feb. 24 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
  • Earned first career NASCAR Xfinity Series victory Sept. 29 at the Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway Roval.
  • Won NASCAR Truck Series race July 18 at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, in lone Truck Series start of 2018.
  • Won Midwest Open Wheel Association (MOWA) feature July 14 at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, Indiana.
  • Competed in select IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge Series races.


  • Finished sixth in NASCAR Truck Series point standings in rookie season. Scored a win, four poles, 10 top-fives, 14 top-10s and led 288 laps.
  • Made Truck Series debut Feb. 24 at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.
  • Earned first career Truck Series victory Nov. 17 in season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
  • Captured first career Truck Series pole June 2 at Dover (Del.) International Speedway. Three other poles came June 17 at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, Illinois; Oct. 28 at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway; and Nov. 17 at Homestead.
  • Awarded Truck Series Rookie of the Year and Most Popular Driver titles.


  • Earned ARCA Racing Series championship in rookie season with a commanding 535-point lead. Scored six wins, six poles, 14 top-fives, 18 top-10s and led 949 laps.
  • Earned first career ARCA victory June 26 at Winchester (Ind.) Speedway. Five other wins came July 9 at Iowa Speedway in Newton; July 22 at Lucas Oil Raceway in Clermont, Indiana; July 29 at Pocono (Pa.) Raceway; Sept. 15 at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Illinois; and Oct. 14 at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City.
  • Earned first career ARCA pole April 9 at Fairgrounds Speedway in Nashville, Tennessee. Five other poles came April 24 at Salem (Ind.) Speedway; May 22 at Toledo (Ohio) Speedway; June 19 at Madison International Speedway in Oregon, Wisconsin; June 26 at Winchester; and Sept. 23 at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta.
  • Named to Ford Performance driver development program.


  • Made ARCA debut July 24 at Lucas Oil Raceway.
  • Earned first top-five finish in second career ARCA start at Salem.


  • Ran three NASCAR K&N Pro Series West races, debuting Sept. 28 at NAPA Speedway in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Competed in Michael Waltrip’s Stock Car Dream Challenge, placing first in all but one discipline. Finished second overall.

2008 – 2014

  • Competed in various sprint car races.


  • Began racing sprint cars.
  • In 37 starts, earned eight top-fives and 17 top-10s, including a win in final race of season.
  • Became youngest person to win a 410 sprint car race, breaking previous record (14 years old) held by NASCAR Hall of Famer and four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon.


  • Competed in mini sprints.

2001 – 2005

  • Competed in quarter midgets.