Chase Briscoe

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Chase Briscoe
Chase Briscoe Driver Introductions Sonoma 2022.jpg
Briscoe at Sonoma Raceway in 2022
BornChase David Wayne Briscoe
(1994-12-15) December 15, 1994 (age 27)
Mitchell, Indiana
Height6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Achievements2016 ARCA Racing Series Champion2019 U.S. Cellular 250 winner
Awards2016 Bill France Four Crown
2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Rookie of the Year
2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Most Popular Driver
2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series Rookie of the Year
2021 NASCAR Cup Series Rookie of the Year
NASCAR Cup Series career
54 races run over 2 years
Car no., teamNo. 14 (Stewart-Haas Racing)
2021 position23rd
Best finish23rd (2021)
First race2021 Daytona 500 (Daytona)
Last race2022 YellaWood 500 (Talladega)
First win2022 Ruoff Mortgage 500 (Phoenix)
Wins Top tens Poles
1 9 1
NASCAR Xfinity Series career
85 races run over 4 years
Car no., teamNo. 07 (SS-Green Light Racing)
2021 position83rd
Best finish4th (2020)
First race2018 Rinnai 250 (Atlanta)
Last race2021 Wawa 250 (Daytona)
First win2018 Drive for the Cure 200 (Charlotte Roval)
Last win2020 Kansas Lottery 300 (Kansas)
Wins Top tens Poles
11 54 2
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career
28 races run over 4 years
2021 position98th
Best finish6th (2017)
First race2017 NextEra Energy Resources 250 (Daytona)
Last race2021 Corn Belt 150 (Knoxville)
First win2017 Ford EcoBoost 200 (Homestead)
Last win2018 Eldora Dirt Derby (Eldora)
Wins Top tens Poles
2 17 5
Statistics current as of February 27, 2022.

Chase David Wayne Briscoe (born December 15, 1994) is an American professional stock car racing driver. He competes full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 14 Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing and part-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the No. 07 Mustang for SS-Green Light Racing. He also owns a World of Outlaws sprint car racing team, Chase Briscoe Racing. He won the 2016 ARCA Racing Series championship.

Racing career[edit]

Early career[edit]

Briscoe's father, Kevin, initially did not allow Briscoe to race. He later relented, letting Chase race as a way of spending family time.[1] Five years later, he returned to racing, driving 410 sprint cars at the age of 13. That year, he recorded 17 top-ten finishes and a win at the final race of the season; he became the youngest driver to win a 410 sprint car race, beating NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon's record by one year despite racing with an engine from 1993.[1]

In 2013, Briscoe applied for the Peak Stock Car Dream Challenge, a contest rewarding the winner with a ride at Michael Waltrip Racing.[2] Despite winning the majority of on-track races, he finished second behind Patrick Staropoli in the challenge.[3] Then-Michael Waltrip Racing executive Ty Norris told Briscoe after the fact that even though he did not win the challenge, Briscoe should still pursue a racing career.[1] Later in the year, he made his NASCAR K&N Pro Series West debut at NAPA Speedway where he finished eighth.[4] He ran two more races in the series that season, finishing 13th and 27th at Kern County Raceway Park and Phoenix International Raceway, respectively.[5] Briscoe moved from Indiana to Charlotte, North Carolina in 2014 in hopes of making connections in the racing world.[1]

2015–2017[edit]

In 2015, Briscoe was contacted by friend and driver Christopher Bell regarding a contract with Roush Fenway Racing, which resulted in a test session with ARCA Racing Series team Cunningham Motorsports.[6] Team owner Kerry Scherer called Briscoe about the tests while Briscoe was driving back to Indiana from Charlotte, having given up on his racing career.[1] After two tests at Mobile International Speedway and Fairgrounds Speedway, he made his ARCA debut at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis where he finished tenth.[7] In his second ARCA start at Salem Speedway, he qualified seventh and later finished fifth.[8] Briscoe struck up a personal friendship with Briggs Cunningham III near the end of the 2015 season and was offered a full-season ride for 2016, which Briscoe accepted.[1] He won six races throughout the course of the season and won the 2016 championship by 535 points over runner-up Tom Hessert.[9][1]

Briscoe's 2017 No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford F-150 at Brad Keselowski Racing shop.

In 2017, Briscoe joined the newly formed Ford Performance NASCAR Driver Development Program and the Camping World Truck Series team Brad Keselowski Racing, driving the No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford F-150 full-time.[10] Briscoe finished third at Daytona in his Truck Series debut by avoiding a tremendous wreck on the final lap after running top ten almost all day. Briscoe earned his first-career Truck Series pole award at Dover International Speedway and finished 12th in the event. Later in the season, Briscoe earned his first career win at Homestead-Miami Speedway. He was named the Truck Series' Most Popular Driver in 2017.[11] BKR shut down after the season, leaving Briscoe without a ride.[1] Before the 2017 season, Briscoe was offered a ride by Hendrick Motorsports but did not bring enough sponsorship to take advantage of the offer.[1]

2018–2020[edit]

In 2018, Briscoe ran a part-time schedule in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Briscoe ran races in both the No. 60 Ford of Roush Fenway Racing[12] and the No. 98 Ford of Stewart-Haas Racing.[13] Later that year, Briscoe won the inaugural Xfinity race on the Charlotte Roval race after holding off Justin Marks and Austin Cindric. Briscoe also returned to the Truck Series for 1 race in 2018, driving the No. 27 truck for ThorSport Racing in the race at Eldora Speedway, which he won in a photo finish over teammate Grant Enfinger. He would return to the same truck and team for the same race the following year and would finish 7th.[14]

Briscoe's 2019 Xfinity car at Road America

Briscoe committed to a full-time Xfinity schedule in SHR's No. 98 in 2019.[15] In July, Briscoe earned his second career Xfinity Series win at Iowa Speedway. He qualified for the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs, on the back of posting 10 straight top 10 finishes. Briscoe finished the 2019 season fifth in points after finishing third at Homestead.[16]

After sponsorship troubles threatened to take Briscoe out of the seat, he secured enough funding to run the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series season.[1] Briscoe won the rain-delayed Boyd Gaming 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway; he led 27 of 50 laps before weather forced the remainder of the race to be postponed, followed by 62 laps on Sunday for a race-high 89 laps led en route to the victory.[17] At Darlington, after his wife suffered a miscarriage, Briscoe earned his fourth career Xfinity Series win after holding off Kyle Busch.[18] He recorded additional victories at Homestead, Pocono Raceway, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Dover International Speedway, Bristol, Las Vegas in the fall, and Kansas;[19] the Indianapolis win came in the inaugural race on the track's infield road course.[20] In the final race at Phoenix, he fell behind the other three championship drivers due to a poor-handling car and spun with two laps remaining. Briscoe finished the race in ninth to conclude the season with a fourth-place points finish. His nine wins led all drivers in 2020, were the most by a Ford driver in the series, and the second highest by a non-Cup driver since Sam Ard in 1983.[19]

2021[edit]

Briscoe in the No. 14 at Daytona International Speedway in 2021

On October 20, 2020, Stewart-Haas Racing announced that Briscoe would be promoted to the Cup Series in 2021, replacing Clint Bowyer in the No. 14 Ford Mustang. HighPoint.com, which sponsored Briscoe's Xfinity car, followed him to the Cup team.[21] He recorded his first top ten at Circuit of the Americas as he finished sixth.[22]

In March, Briscoe returned to the Truck Series to compete in the inaugural Bristol dirt race, where he drove the No. 04 for Roper Racing.[23] He would return to the team for the races at Kansas[24] and Knoxville. In May, Briscoe returned to the Xfinity Series and drove the No. 99 for B. J. McLeod Motorsports in a collaboration with Stewart-Haas Racing at Charlotte.[25] In June, Briscoe returned to the West Series (now the ARCA Menards Series West) for the first time since 2013 when he drove in the race at Sonoma Raceway in preparation for his first Cup Series start at the track the next day. Briscoe's entry was for the same team (Stewart-Haas Racing) with the same car number (the No. 14) and crew chief (Johnny Klausmeier) as in the Cup Series. The car that Briscoe drove was a leftover Ford from Chad Bryant's closed team, and as part of the agreement to use the car, Bryant was the listed owner. He went on to lead every single lap in that race en route to the win. Briscoe then entered the main ARCA Series race at Watkins Glen. According to a pre-race TV interview with Briscoe, his No. 14 ARCA car was brought to Sonoma and Watkins Glen on the Cup Series No. 14 team's hauler instead of a Cup Series backup car. Briscoe would lead nine laps in the Watkins Glen race before exiting the race from the lead with a suspension issue and finishing 23rd.

Briscoe had a breakout race in the inaugural Verizon 200 at the Brickyard, leading most of the early stage and running in the top five. After the final restart, Briscoe was forced off the track by Denny Hamlin in turn one but rejoined, earning a penalty. Briscoe spun Hamlin out later that same lap, leading to controversy as Briscoe possibly did not know he was penalized. Briscoe finished 26th after being parked by NASCAR. He finished 23rd in the final standings and won Rookie of the Year honors.

2022[edit]

Briscoe and the No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing team earned a sponsorship from Mahindra Tractors for the majority of the season.[26] Briscoe began the 2022 season with a 22nd place finish at the 2022 Busch Light Clash at The Coliseum. He placed third at the 2022 Daytona 500, missing out on the win by 0.091 seconds to Bubba Wallace and winner Austin Cindric.[27] Briscoe won his first Cup Series race at Phoenix on March 13. He led 101 out of 312 laps enroute to his maiden victory, becoming the 200th different driver in series history to have won a race in the Cup Series.[28]

Personal life[edit]

Briscoe's father Kevin and grandfather Richard are both involved in sprint car racing, Kevin being a former Truck Series driver and a five-time track champion at Tri-State Speedway and Bloomington Speedway, while Richard has worked as a car owner for drivers like Rich Vogler and Dave Blaney. He met and became friends with fellow driver Christopher Bell on iRacing.[29]

Briscoe is an active user of Reddit and frequently interacts with fans on the NASCAR subreddit.[30]

He is married to his wife Marissa.[31] They were expecting their first child in 2020, but Marissa suffered a miscarriage in May of that year. Almost a year later on March 25, 2021, Marissa announced on Twitter that she was pregnant with a boy. On October 2, 2021, Marissa gave birth to their son, Brooks Briscoe.[32]

Briscoe is a Christian.[33]

He is not related to fellow racing driver Ryan Briscoe nor to Ryan's wife Nicole Briscoe.

Motorsports career results[edit]

NASCAR[edit]

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led. ** – All laps led.)

Cup Series[edit]

NASCAR Cup Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 NCSC Pts Ref
2021 Stewart-Haas Racing 14 Ford DAY
19
DRC
32
HOM
18
LVS
21
PHO
22
ATL
23
BRD
20
MAR
27
RCH
22
TAL
11
KAN
20
DAR
11
DOV
35
COA
6
CLT
23
SON
17
NSH
31
POC
24
POC
21
ROA
6
ATL
15
NHA
27
GLN
9
IRC
26
MCH
11
DAY
21
DAR
19
RCH
16
BRI
13
LVS
14
TAL
14
ROV
22
TEX
15
KAN
19
MAR
22
PHO
34
23rd 655 [34]
2022 DAY
3
CAL
16
LVS
35
PHO
1
ATL
15
COA
30
RCH
11
MAR
9
BRD
22
TAL
37
DOV
13
DAR
20
KAN
24
CLT
4
GTW
24
SON
13
NSH
34
ROA
14
ATL
16
NHA
15
POC
15
IRC
23
MCH
20
RCH
23
GLN
25
DAY
31
DAR
27
KAN
13
BRI
14
TEX
5
TAL
10
ROV LVS HOM MAR PHO -* -* [35]
Daytona 500[edit]
Year Team Manufacturer Start Finish
2021 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford 30 19
2022 9 3

Xfinity Series[edit]

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 NXSC Pts Ref
2018 Roush Fenway Racing 60 Ford DAY ATL
15
LVS PHO CAL TEX
11
RCH
26
POC
38
MCH IOW CHI
9
DAY KEN NHA IOW
10
GLN MOH
14
BRI
34
ROA DAR IND
9
LVS
31
RCH DOV
19
HOM
13
24th 334 [36]
Stewart-Haas Racing with Biagi-DenBeste 98 Ford BRI
23
TAL
16
DOV CLT
11
ROV
1*
KAN
30
TEX PHO
2019 DAY
12
ATL
15
LVS
8
PHO
6
CAL
5
TEX
4
BRI
4
RCH
8
TAL
4
DOV
5
CLT
19
POC
3
MCH
7
IOW
7
CHI
15
DAY
35
KEN
5
NHA
6
IOW
1
GLN
6
MOH
7
BRI
2
ROA
7
DAR
6
IND
8
LVS
11
RCH
5
ROV
9*
DOV
5*
KAN
3
TEX
22
PHO
8
HOM
3
5th 2302 [37]
2020 DAY
5
LVS
1*
CAL
19
PHO
6
DAR
1
CLT
20
BRI
2
ATL
9
HOM
7
HOM
1
TAL
18
POC
1
IRC
1*
KEN
4
KEN
2
TEX
2
KAN
14
ROA
3
DRC
29*
DOV
10
DOV
1*
DAY
3
DAR
11*
RCH
11
RCH
16
BRI
1
LVS
1*
TAL
19*
ROV
18*
KAN
1*
TEX
24
MAR
7
PHO
9
4th 4028 [38]
2021 B. J. McLeod Motorsports 99 Ford DAY DRC HOM LVS PHO ATL MAR TAL DAR DOV COA CLT
6
MOH TEX NSH POC ROA ATL NHA GLN IRC MCH DAY
19
DAR RCH BRI LVS TAL ROV TEX KAN MAR PHO 83rd 01 [39]
2022 SS-Green Light Racing 07 Ford DAY CAL LVS PHO ATL COA RCH MAR TAL DOV DAR TEX CLT PIR NSH ROA ATL NHA POC IRC
5
MCH GLN DAY DAR KAN BRI TEX TAL ROV LVS HOM MAR PHO -* -*

Camping World Truck Series[edit]

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 NCWTC Pts Ref
2017 Brad Keselowski Racing 29 Ford DAY
3
ATL
25
MAR
11
KAN
5
CLT
11
DOV
12
TEX
2
GTW
2*
IOW
7
KEN
11
ELD
3
POC
9
MCH
9
BRI
12
MSP
7
CHI
2
NHA
11
LVS
3
TAL
22
MAR
19
TEX
4
PHO
4
HOM
1*
6th 2248 [40]
2018 ThorSport Racing 27 Ford DAY ATL LVS MAR DOV KAN CLT TEX IOW GTW CHI KEN ELD
1*
POC MCH BRI MSP LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM 91st 01 [41]
2019 DAY ATL LVS MAR TEX DOV KAN CLT TEX IOW GTW CHI KEN POC ELD
7*
MCH BRI MSP LVS TAL MAR PHO HOM 100th 01 [42]
2021 Roper Racing 04 Ford DAY DRC LVS ATL BRD
5
RCH KAN
19
DAR COA CLT TEX NSH POC KNX
36
GLN GTW DAR BRI LVS TAL MAR PHO 98th 01 [43]

ARCA Menards Series[edit]

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

ARCA Menards Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ARSC Pts Ref
2015 Cunningham Motorsports 72 Dodge DAY MOB NSH SLM TAL TOL NJE POC MCH CHI WIN IOW IRP
10
POC BLN ISF DSF SLM
5
KEN KAN 64th 385 [44]
2016 77 DAY
4
TAL
3
NJE
4
1st 4795 [45]
Ford NSH
9
SLM
16
TOL
4*
POC
10
MCH
2
MAD
6
WIN
1*
IOW
1*
IRP
1*
POC
1*
BLN
2
ISF
5*
DSF
4
SLM
6*
CHI
1
KEN
22
KAN
1*
2021 Stewart-Haas Racing 14 Ford DAY PHO TAL KAN TOL CLT MOH POC ELK BLN IOW WIN GLN
23
MCH ISF MLW DSF BRI SLM KAN 109th 22 [46]

ARCA Menards Series West[edit]

ARCA Menards Series West results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 AMSWC Pts Ref
2013 Bill McAnally Racing 20 Toyota PHO S99 BIR IOW L44 SON CNS IOW EVG SPO MMP SMP
8
AAS 31st 84 [47]
99 KCR
13
PHO
27
2021 Stewart-Haas Racing 14 Ford PHO SON
1**
IRW CNS IRW PIR LVS AAS PHO 34th 48 [48]

* Season still in progress
1 Ineligible for series points

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