Dueck came up through karting and the Jim Russell Racing School. He finished fourth in Formula Russell in 2006 and made two Skip Barber National Championship starts in 2007. He then turned his career to Europe where he raced in the Italian Formula Renault Championship in 2008 and 2009, finishing 27th and 5th in points in his two seasons, capturing the 2009 season opener at Monza. In 2010 he made six starts in the Italian Formula Three Championship for BVM – Target Racing with a best finish of tenth in the second race at Hockenheimring, good enough for 1 point and 22nd in the championship. He also made his Le Mans Series debut in the 2010 8 Hours of Castellet for the Swiss Race Performance outfit. Dueck qualified the car 18th overall (10th in class) but the entry was knocked out after 66 laps.
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