• Taylor Hagler 1 TCR
    • FIA License Rating: Silver
    • Nationality: American
    • Date of Birth: October 4, 1995
    • Languages: English
    Taylor joined Bryan Herta Autosport in 2021 and campaigned the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge with teammate Michael Lewis in the #77 Hyundai Veloster N TCR. With five podium finishes and one victory, Taylor became the first woman ever to win the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge title. New for 2022, Taylor and Michael move to the Elantra N TCR and will campaign, for the first time in IMPC history, the #1 in honor of their historic season. Born from a shared love of sports car racing with her father, Taylor Hagler’s started her racing career with Rookie of the Year honors by the NASA Texas region in her first year of racing. These strong performances caught the eye of X-Factor Racing team owner Chris Haldeman who expressed interest in having Taylor join his team. Taylor finished a successful SRO TC America Series season in fifth overall out of 20 drivers, scoring a pole position and two podium finishes. In 2020, Taylor joined LA Honda World Racing capturing a pole position and podium at Mid- Ohio and three top 5 finishes. Off the racetrack, Taylor holds a BBA from The University of Texas at San Antonio and intends to complete her MBA while progressing her professional racing career.
  • RACING HIGHLIGHTS
    2021

    CHAMPION

    1 Victory – Lime Rock Park

    5 Podium Finishes

    Became the first woman ever to win the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge title.

    2020

    IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge Rookie season, pole position at Mid-Ohio, and four top-five finishes

    2019

    NASA Texas MSR Houston Race Winner

    NASA Texas MSR Cresson Race Winner

    TC America Pole Position Watkins Glen

    TC America Watkins Glen 3rd Place

    2019 TC America COTA 3rd Place

    2018

    NASA Texas Rookie of the Year

    American Road Race of Champions ECR Race Winner

    • Michael Lewis 1 TCR
    • FIA License Rating: Gold
    • Nationality: American
    • Date of Birth: December 24, 1990
    • Languages: English & Italian
    Michael became the first 2x TCR Champion when he won the 2021 IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge driving alongside Taylor Hagler. In 2022 Lewis and Hagler will drive the #1 Elantra N TCR in honor of their title. A resident of Laguna Beach, California, Michael graduated From California State University, Fullerton with a bachelor’s degree in American Studies. He enjoys simulator racing, mountain biking and ocean swimming when he is not racing. For 2021 Lewis has a new teammate, Taylor Hagler.
  • RACING HIGHLIGHTS
    2021

    CHAMPION with teammate Taylor Hagler in the #77 Veloster N TCR

    1 Victory at Lime Rock Park

    5 Podium Finishes

    2020
    • IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge: Bryan Herta Autosport Hyundai Veloster N TCR
    • Two victories with co-driver Mason Filippi
    • Third in Drivers Championship with co-driver Mason Filippi
    2019
    • IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge: Bryan Herta Autosport Hyundai Veloster N TCR
    • Drivers Champion
    • Team Champions
    • Three Victories and Four Pole Positions
    2018
    • Pirelli World Challenge: Bryan Herta Autosport Hyundai i30 N TCR
    • Team and Manufacturer Champions
    • 2nd in Drivers Championship: Four Wins and Six Pole Positions
    2017
    • Pirelli World Challenge, SprintX Pro-Pro and Pro-Am GT Class
    • K-PAX Racing McLaren 650S GT3
    2016
    • Pirelli World Challenge GT Class:
    • EFFORT Racing/Curb-Agajanian
    • Calvert Dynamics/Curb-Agajanian Porsche 911 GT3 R
    • Two Wins and Six Pole Positions
    • Porsche Motorsport North America’s “Young Driver”
    2015
    • Pirelli World Challenge GT: Effort Racing/Curb-Agajanian Porsche 911 GT3R
    • First “Pro” Season
    • Porsche Motorsport North America’s “Young Driver”
    Other Hightlights
    • American Karting and Quarter Midget Championships, FBMW, Italian F3, F1 Test, European F3, Oval Racing. Full career history available at www.mjlracing.com.
    • AJ Muss 2 TCR
    • FIA License Rating: Bronze
    • Nationality: USA
  • RACING HIGHLIGHTS
    2021
    • Ryan Norman 2 TCR
    • FIA License Rating: March 19, 1998
    • Nationality: American
    • Date of Birth: March 19, 1998
    • Languages: English
    Norman joined BHA in 2020 to compete full-time in the #33 Hyundai Veloster N TCR, and won the drivers championship alongside co-driver Gabby Chaves. In 2021 he scored the first win in the Elantra N TCR in North America alongside teammate Parker Chase at his home race at Mid-Ohio. Ryan also made his INDYCAR debut at Mid-Ohio in 2021. New for 2022, Ryan will co-drive alongside Olympian AJ Muss in the #2 Elantra N TCR with BHA. Ryan started his racing career on two wheels in his native Ohio, he was a successful motocross racer. He transitioned to cars in 2015 and found success, winning in multiple classes while competing in the SCCA. Norman moved to the competitive Indy Lights Series in 2017 where he drove for Andretti Autosport scored podiums and victories over four season. An avid watch collector, Ryan enjoys scuba diving, basketball and video games. He resides in Fort Meyers, Florida.
  • RACING HIGHLIGHTS
    2021

    #98 Elantra N TCR with Parker Chase

    1 Pole Position – Road America

    1 Victory – Mid Ohio

    2nd – Watkins Glen

    3rd – Road America

    2nd – Laguna Seca

    Ryan finished the season ranked 8th in points as he missed the 2nd round at Watkins Glen to make his successful IndyCar debut at Mid-Ohio.

    2020
    • IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge TCR Champion with co-driver Gabby Chavez
    • Three race wins
    2019
    • Indy Lights (Andretti) 1 Win and 4th in Points
    2018
    • Indy Lights (Andretti) 1 Win and 4th in Points
    2017
    • Indy Lights (Andretti)
    2016
    • Atlantic and Indy Lights Multiple Race Wins
    2015
    • SCCA Formula Enterprises Multiple Race Wins
    2010
    • AMA Motocross
    Early Career

    Norman started in motocross when he obtained an AMA at the age of twelve. When turning sixteen Norman’s father invited Ryan for a three-day course at the Skip Barber Racing School. Norman joined the Skip Barber Winter Series for the first two rounds of the championship. In November 2015 the Ohio native finished seventh in his debut race, at Road Atlanta.
    American Open Wheel Racing
    Ryan Norman transitioned to cars and joined the SCCA Formula Enterprises class in 2015. In his debut season, Norman won the second race at Sebring International Raceway in the U.S. Majors Tour Southeastern Conference. After winning more races at Road Atlanta and Virginia International Raceway securing the second place in the championship.  Also in 2015, he raced for Comprent Motorsports and finished second at the prestigious June Sprints, behind multiple class champion Scott Rettich. Norman again finished second to Rettich at the prestigious SCCA National Championship Runoffs at Daytona International Speedway. At the end of the season Norman made his debut in a Formula Atlantic Swift 016.a. racing in the Historic Sportscar Racing organization. At Sebring, the Ryan Norman won his class.
    For the 2016 season, Norman stepped up to the Atlantic Championship joining K-Hill Motorsports coached by former Champ Car driver Tanis Kasemets. Norman won both exhibition events at Palm Beach and Sebring. Yearning for as much seat-time and experience as possible, Norman raced with the SVRA organization at selected events. At Mid-Ohio Norman made his debut in a 2007 Dallara Indy Lights racing car and won the race.
    For 2017 Norman stepped up to the Indy Lights Championship driving for Andretti Autosport. Norman continued with Andretti Autosport racing in the ultra-competitive Indy Lights Series where he earned race wins, multiple podium finishes and two top five finishes in the Indy Lights Championship in 2018 and 2019. Norman had his first IndyCar test with Andretti at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on June 25, 2019.

    • Robert Wickens 33
    • FIA License Rating: Gold
    • Nationality: Canada
    • Date of Birth: March 13, 1989
    Wickens returns to racing in 2022 as the co-driver of the #33 Elantra N TCR alongside fellow Canadian, Mark Wilkins. Wickens, a former Formula One test driver, took the American IndyCar scene by storm as a rookie in 2018. He won the pole position and led all but two laps in his first IndyCar race, went on to score four podium finishes and earned the Indy 500 Rookie of the Year honor, all in his first 12 IndyCar races in 2018. Race number 13 of his stellar rookie IndyCar season changed his life forever. Wickens was involved in an accident on lap 7 at Pocono Raceway, where he suffered a thoracic spinal fracture, spinal cord injury, neck fracture, tibia and fibula fractures to both legs, fractures in both hands, a fractured right forearm, fractured elbow, a concussion, four fractured ribs and a pulmonary contusion. Since the accident, Wickens’ perseverance and persistence has led to triumphant breakthroughs in his relentless regimes of physical rehabilitation and therapy that continues daily. Wickens and his team of therapists and trainers have become trailblazers in developing innovative technology and treatment methods for the spinal cord injury community.
  • RACING HIGHLIGHTS
    2018

    #6 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports INDYCAR

    • 4 Podiums
    • 1 Pole Position
    • Indy 500 Rookie of the Year
    2017 -2013

    DTM – HWA Team: Mercedes-AMG Motorsport Mercedes

    6 Wins

    9 Podiums

    5 Pole Positions

    2012

    DTM Mucke Motorsport

    2011

    Formula One

    Marussia Virgin Racing Test Driver

    Formula Renault 3.5 Series  – CHAMPION

    Carlin Motorsport

    5 Wins

    10 Podiums

    7 Pole Positions

    2010

    GP3 Series – Status Grand Prix – 2nd in Championship

    3 Wins

    7 Podiums

    1 Pole Position

    British Formula 3 – Carlin Motorsports

    1 podium in 3 races

    Atlantic Championship

    1 race

    2009

    FIA Formula 2 Championship

    2 Wins

    6 Podiums

    5 Pole Positions

    2008

    Formula Renault 3.5 Series- Carlin Motorsports

    1 Win

    4 Podiums

    1 Pole Position

    Formula 3 Euro Series

    Signature-Plus

    1 Win

    2 Podiums

    2008-2007

    A1 Grand Prix – Team Canada

    1 Win

    4 Podiums

    2 Pole Positions

     

    2007

    Champ Car Atlantic – Red Bull/Team Forsythe

    3rd in Championship

    1 Win

    4 Podiums

    1 Pole Position

    2006

    Formula BMW USA – Team APEX Racing USA – CHAMPION

    1 Win

    7 Podiums

    3 Pole Positions

    2005

    Formula BMW USA – Team APEX Racing USA

    3rd in Championship

    2 Wins

    5 Podiums

    1 Pole Position

    • Mark Wilkins 33 TCR
    • FIA License Rating: Gold
    • Nationality: Canadian
    • Date of Birth: May 9, 1983
    Wilkins joined BHA and Hyundai in 2018 and has won races every season since. He is the 2019 TCR Co-Champion (with teammate Michael Lewis). A fan favorite in Canada Mark resides just outside of his native Toronto with his wife Leah and two boys Levi (3) and Breen (born 10/2019). Mark is veteran of open wheel and sports car racing, having won at all levels. He is also the brother-in-law of Porsche factory driver Patrick Long! Wilkins returns to BHA in 2021 for his fourth season. This year he and teammate Harry Gottsacker drive the formidable new #Elantra N TCR, all-new to Hyundai's line-up.
  • RACING HIGHLIGHTS
    2021

    IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge #33 Elantra N TCR alongside co-driver Harry Gottsacker.

    Won Hyundai’s home race, the Hyundai Monterey Sport Car Championship at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca.

    3rd Place at V.I.R.

    5th in Series Championship

     

    2020
    • IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge: Bryan Herta Autosport Hyundai Veloster N TCR
    • Second in Drivers Championship with co-driver Harry Gottsacker
    • Two race victories, both at Sebring
    2019
    • IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge: Bryan Herta Autosport Hyundai Veloster N TCR
    • Drivers Champion
    • Team Champions
    • Four Victories, Four Pole Positions
    2018
    • Pirelli World Challenge: Bryan Herta Autosport Hyundai i30 N
    • Team and Manufacturer Champions
    • 3rd in Drivers Championship, Three Wins
    2017
    • IMSA WeatherTech GTD Championship: Factory Acura Driver
    2016
    • IMSA North American Endurance Cup: CORE Autosport Prototype
    • Winner of 12 Hours of Sebring
    2011
    • Pirelli World Challenge: Factory KIA Driver
    • 2014 Manufacturers Champions
    2010
    • IMSA Prototype Challenge: Level 5 Motorsports
    • Team Champions
    • Winner of the 12 Hours of Sebring
    • Michael Johnson 54 TCR
    • Nationality: American
    • Date of Birth: October 2, 1992
    • Languages: English
    Michael Johnson, co-drives the #54 Universal Coating Hyundai Veloster N TCR with Stephen Simpson. Michael was the first and only paralyzed driver licensed by INDYCAR, before making the switch to sportscar racing beginning in 2016. Johnson joined BHA alongside Simpson in 2021 and opened the season with Hyundai's first podium finish at the famed Daytona International Raceway. In 2005, Johnson went from a pro motorcyclist, with 14 national titles to his name, to then cart driver and eventually to the Continental series due to an extensive injury that paralyzed the rider. Michael Johnson's story is one of perseverance and determination. Paralyzed at the age of 12 in a motorcycle race, Michael has overcome all obstacles to make a name for himself in the sport car racing world. At the heart of Michael's pursuits and passion is his family. Their unfailing support fuels his drive for racing success. Michigan born and raised, Michael also has provided inspiration to many worldwide with his persistent attitude and positive message.
  • RACING HIGHLIGHTS
    2022:

    Johnson returns to BHA to co-drive the #33 Elantra N TCR with Stephen Simpson.

    2021:

    #54 Universal Coating Hyundai Veloster N TCR

    Opened the season 3rd at Daytona, scoring Hyundai’s first ever podium at the historic Speedway with co-driver Stephen Simpson.  Johnson and Simpson scored another podium finish at VIR in second place.

    2020:

    #54 Universal Coating Audi – JDC-Miller Motorsports

    Competed in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge, TCR Class

    Earned two podium finishes in abbreviated season, placing third at the BMW Endurance Challenge at Daytona and at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.

    2019:

    #54 Universal Coating Audi – JDC-Miller Motorsports

    Competed in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge, TCR Class

    In qualifying for the BMW Endurance Challenge at Daytona International Speedway, Johnson broke the TCR course record and secured the pole position.

    Finished second at the Lime Rock Park 120, just 3.325 seconds off the winning pace. 

    Placed third at the Virginia Is For Racing Lovers Grand Prix

    2018:

    Raced in the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge, TCR Class

    Provided one of the most memorable and emotional moments in IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge history at Lime Rock Park in Lakeville, Conn. when Johnson won his first professional race.  

    Also posted four runner-up finishes, two third-place showings and two fourths, placing fifth in the points standings for the championship.

    2017

    Competed in 10 races in the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge (ST Class), placing 13th in the point standings

    2016

    Raced in the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge, ST class

    Received the 2016 “Accepting the Challenge” award from the Michigan Governor’s Council

    2015

    Signed with JDC Miller Motorsports to compete in the 2016 IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge in the ST Class

    Competed in an abbreviated Pro Mazda season that included four events, following a practice crash that sidelined Johnson for four months.

    Closed the season with a top-10 result at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca

    2014

     

    Featured as part of NASDAQ’s “Ignite Your Ambition” holiday campaign in NYC’s Times Square

    Awarded a scholarship by Disabled Sports USA to train with members of the U.S. Paralympics Alpine Skiing National Team

    Finished 13th of 32 entries in the Pro Mazda Championship presented by Cooper Tires

    2002 - 2014

    2013 Finished 19th of 28 entries in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda

    Claimed his best results of 12th in the season-ending pair of races at Houston

    Advanced 13 positions on the street of St. Petersburg to finish 14th after starting 27th

    2012 Finished 15th of 22 entries in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda in his rookie season

    Recorded his best finish of 10th at Road America, earning the Tilton Hard Charger Award for advancing 18 positions

    Was the recipient of the inaugural USF2000 Spirit Award

    2007-2012 Mulitiple karting and skip barber podiums.

    Pre-injury motorcycle racing history (incurred on August 13, 2005 in a dirt-track motorcycle race at Hiawatha Horse Park in Sarnia, Ontario)

    Contested the Kawasaki 65cc and CR85cc classes

    On his 12th birthday, finished third in the Junior Red Riders Supermoto Challenge in Reno, Nevada

    Finished ninth in the national Red Riders Challenge Final at Las Vegas

    Finished first in the Canadian Supermoto Series 85cc

    NasMoto Series champion (450cc)

    North East Regional national champion in 85cc and 250cc

    • Stephen Simpson #54 TCR
    • FIA License Rating: Silver
    • Nationality: South African
    • Date of Birth: January 8, 1984
    Stephen Simpson co-drives the #54 Hyundai Veloster N TCR with long-time teammate Michael Johnson. Victorious at the highest levels of American Sports Car racing, Simpson enters his 10th season as teammate to with Michael Johnson.
  • RACING HIGHLIGHTS
    2021

    Stephen joined Bryan Herta Autosport in 2021 alongside long-time co-driver Michael Johnson. The duo opened the season on the podium, finishing third at Daytona. The result brought Hyundai their first podium finish at Daytona International Speedway.  Simpson and Johnson earned their best finish, 2nd at  VIR.

    2 Podiums

    6th in Series Championship

    2020:

    #54 Universal Coating Audi – IMPC JDC-Miller MotorSports

    • Fastest Race Lap
    • One Win
    • One pole position

    WeatherTech Championship – JDC-Miller MotorSports

    #84 Cadillac DPi – V.R

    2019:

    #54 Universal Coating Audi – IMPC JDC-Miller MotorSports

    • Two podium finishes
    • Three fastest race laps

     

    WeatherTech Championship – JDC-Miller MotorSports

    #84 Cadillac DPi – V.R

    2018:

    #54 Universal Coating Audi – IMPC JDC-Miller MotorSports

    • Winner at Lime Rock Park
    • 5 podium finishes

    WeatherTech Championship – JDC-Miller MotorSports

    #99 GAINSCO/Oreca

    • 4th in WeatherTech Championship
    • Winner of the Sahlens Six Hours at The Glen
    • Two podium finishes
    2017:

    IMSA Prototype Challenge – JDC-Miller Motorsports

    • 4th in the Championship
    • 2 Podium Finishes
    • 2 Fastest Laps
    2016:

    IMSA Prototype Challenge – JDC-Miller MotorSports

    • 3rd in the Championship
    • Winner of the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona
    • Two race wins, three podiums
    • Mason Filippi 77 TCR
    • FIA License Rating: Silver
    • Nationality: American
    • Date of Birth: April 23, 1998
    • Languages: English
    A multi-time winner in TCR, Mason will co-drive with young-gun Tyler Maxson in the #77 Elantra N TCR in 2022. A native of Alamo, California, Mason is working on his bachelor’s degree in communications through Arizona State University. When Mason is not racing or studying, he enjoys go karting, working on cars and photography.
  • RACING HIGHLIGHTS
    2021

    Factory driver for Hyundai, raced under the Copeland Motorsports banner in the #51 Hyundai Veloster N TCR with Olympian AJ Muss. Finished fifth at the season opener at Daytona and led laps at Laguna Seca.

    2020
    • IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge: Bryan Herta Autosport Hyundai Veloster N TCR
    • Two victories in the 2020 IMPC Championship
    • Third in Drivers Championship with co-driver Michael Lewis
    2019
    • IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge: Bryan Herta Autosport Hyundai Veloster N TCR
    • Second in Drivers and Team Championship
    • One victory in his rookie IMSA season
    • SRO – World Challenge: Copeland Motorsports Hyundai Veloster N TCA
    • Six Victories, Partials season, finished third in the championship
    • Represented the USA in the FIA World Games in Italy
    2018
    • Pirelli World Challenge TCR: Real-Time Racing Honda Civic
    • Two podiums, six top-five finishes
    • Raced with Bryan Herta Autosport in California 8 Hour
    2017
    • Pirelli World Challenge TC: TFB Performance BMW M235ir
    • Victory at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park
    • Fifth in the championship – rookie season
    2016
    • Pirelli World Challenge GT and Global MX5 Championship
    • Two-time NASA 25 Hours of Thunder Hill winner E1
    2015
    • Teen Mazda Challenge Champion: Champion
    • NASA Western States Championship: Second
    • Selected to the Mazda Road to 24 program
    Early Career

    Mason started racing dirt bikes at the age of four. He transitioned to four wheels, racing go karts at the age of 11 and moved to cars at 14. 2014 SCCA SFR Rookie of the Year.

    • Tyler Maxson 77 TCR
    • FIA License Rating: Silver
    • Nationality: USA
    • Date of Birth: October 13, 2004
    • Height: 5'11
    • Weight: 150
    Began karting at age of six and often seen competing at the front of the field in North America, the ultra-fast and aggressive Georgia resident took on drivers from around the world in Europe late in 2018. While continuing to compete at several high-profile events in North America, Tyler Maxson joined the CRG Racing program as a CRG Factory Driver. Crisscrossing his way around the globe, the multi-time champion took on karting’s best as he built the foundation for his climb up the motorsports ladder. As the youngest driver in the series, Maxson competed with the potent Copeland Motorsports squad for his rookie campaign. Looking to continue the success in 2020, the Georgia resident levelled up in classes and competed in the premier TC America division of TCR. Piloting a Hyundai Veloster N, Maxson took the season to learn the car and program as he built for the future. Making the move to the IMSA program in 2021, Maxson partnered with Copeland Motorsports and Tyler Gonzalez in the Michelin Pilot Challenge as the youngest driver combination in IMSA history. Earning a handful of pole positions, fast race laps, and podium results, Maxson turned heads which have opened doors for the 2022 season.
  • RACING HIGHLIGHTS
    2021
    • IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge License holder and competing in full season of TCR competition with Copeland Motorsports
    • Pole Position Winner – Michelin Pilot Challenge – VIR
    • Podium Winner – Michelin Pilot Challenge – VIR
    • Raced with Samantha Tan Racing in GT4 America at Road America
    2020
    • 2nd Place finish in IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge debut at Road Atlanta
    • SRO Motorsports Group TCR class Champion – Most wins in series history with eleven
    • Youngest in series history to compete in the TCR Class
    • INDYCAR license holder
    • Multiple track records
    • Winner of the Crowd Strike Most Fast Lap Awards in the season
    2019
    • SRO Motorsports Group – TCA Rookie of the year
    • SRO Motorsports Group – TCA Class Champion
    • Youngest in series history to compete in the TCA Class along with youngest driver to claim series title and Rookie of the Year honors
    • Competed in select Global MX5-Cup events
    2018
    • Competed in the highest level of karting in North America and Europe
    • Multi-time National race winner in the junior classes of karting
    • Began to make the transition from karts to cars
    2017
    •  Signed as a factory driver for CRG North America
    • Multi-time National winner in junior classes for sanctioning bodies WKA, SKUSA & ROK
    • ROK Midwest and National Champion
    • Chosen by IAME to represent Team USA at the IAME World Final in Le Mans, France
    2016
    • SKUSA Mini Swift National Champion
    • ROK Cup USA Mini ROK National Champion
    • ROK Cup USA Florida Champion
    • Multiple National Wins: WKA, SKUSA, ROK Cup USA
    • Ticket Winner to represent Team USA for the ROK International Final
    • WKA Champion Mini ROK
    • Parker Chase 98 TCR
    • FIA License Rating: Silver
    • Nationality: American
    • Date of Birth: February 23, 2001
    • Languages: English
    At just 19 years old, American sports car driver Parker Chase is one of North America’s up and coming sports car drivers. Already a champion in professional auto racing by age 17, Chase is quickly setting a name for himself as a driver to watch. In 2018, just seven years after beginning his racing career at age 10, Chase clinched the Pirelli World Challenge GT SprintX Pro/Am Championship with co-driver Ryan Dalziel, piloting an Audi R8 GT3. The successful duo of Chase and Dalziel stepped up to race in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship’s GTD class in the North American Endurance Cup and select sprint races in 2019. Parker began 2020 by capturing a top ten finish in the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona and turned his sights on the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge championship with Bryan Herta Autosport, where he captured four podium finishes in nine races. Parker and his 2021 teammate Ryan Norman scored the first North American victory in the all-new Hyundai Elantra N TCR with their win at Mid-Ohio. They went on to finish on the podium three additional times at battle for the championship until the final round. Parker finished 2nd in the 2021 IMPC championship.
  • RACING HIGHLIGHTS
    2021

    2nd in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge Championship co-driving with Ryan Norman in the #98 Elantra N TCR

    Victory at Mid-Ohio – This was the first victory in North America for the all-new Hyundai Elantra N TCR.

    2nd – Watkins Glen 4 hr

    3rd – Road America

    2nd – Laguna Seca

    2020

    Paired with lifelong friend Spencer Brockman, Chase joined Bryan Herta Autosport one race into the 2020 IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge.  Driving the#29 Vertical Bridge Hyundai Veloster N TCR Chase and Brockman, the pair earned three podium finishes and finished sixth in the championship.

    2nd Road America

    3rd V.I.R.

    2nd Road Atlanta

    2019

    IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship – Competed in all the 2019 Michelin Endurance Cup races as well as select Sprint races with Starworks Motorsports.

    2018

    Pirelli World Challenge GT SprintX – Pro/Am Champion with Ryan Dalziel scoring nine podiums and five race wins while finishing in the top five in every race.

    2017

    Multi-time podium winner and fast lap honors in Pirelli World Challenge GTS competition. Continued as Ginetta Factory Development Driver and worked with the factory and other North American racing organizations to allow the Ginetta brand to compete in their series.

    Competed internationally at select British GT Championship events as well as in PWC and IMSA competition in North America.

    2016

    Pirelli World Challenge Rookie of the Year

    2015

    Became one of the youngest drivers granted an SCCA Pro License. Raced partial season of Formula 1600 and raced Spec Miata and substantial testing in sports cars.

    2014

    Texas ProKart Challenge Rotax Junior Champion

    2013

    Texas ProKart Challenge Rotax Mini Max Champion
    Rotax Grand Finals Mini Max invitational

    • Harry Gottsacker 98 TCR
    • FIA License Rating: Silver
    • Nationality: American
    • Date of Birth: July 28, 1999
    New for 2022, Harry will co-drive with long-time friend and fellow Texan Parker Chase. They will race the #98 Hyundai Elantra N TCR. A native of Alamo Heights, Texas, Harry was born to race as his father and grandfather were involved in IndyCar and NHRA racing.  After spending his younger years as a pitcher in baseball, Harry moved to karting at age 13.  Harry competed on national and international levels in shifter kart racing and moved to sports car racing at age 16. Finishing second in the 2019 and 2020 IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge Championships, Harry joins 2019 Champion Mark Wilkins in the all-new Elantra N TCR for 2021.
  • RACING HIGHLIGHTS
    2021

    #33 Hyundai Elantra N TCR with Mark Wilkins

    • One Victory at Hyundai’s home race, the Monterey Sports Car Championship
    • Harry tied the series all-time record for pole positions with his fifth career TCR pole Position at Virginia International Raceway
    • 3rd at V.I.R
    • 5th in Drivers and Team Championship
    2020
    • IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge: Bryan Herta Autosport Hyundai Veloster N TCR
    • Second in Drivers Championship with co-driver Mark Wilkins
    • Two race wins
    • Harry scored more pole positions than any other driver in the 2020 championship
    2019
    • IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge: Bryan Herta Autosport Hyundai Veloster N TCR
    • Second in Drivers and Team Championship
    • One victory in rookie IMSA season
    • SRO – World Challenge GT4 America Sprint X West Championship:
    • Sprint X Champion with ST Racing in the BMW M4 GT4
    • Six wins and three podium finishes
    2018
    • Pirelli World Challenge GTS Sprint and GTS Sprint X: Racers Edge Motorsports
    • Second in the GTS Overall and GTS Sprint X Championships
    • Two wins and five podium finishes
    2017
    • British GT: Century Motorsport – Ginetta G55 GT3
    • Silver Class Win – Oulton Park
    • Pirelli World Challenge GTS: Performance Motorsport Group – Ginetta G55 GT4
    • Two Podium Finishes – Mid Ohio
    2016
    • Pirelli World Challenge GTS and Red Bull Global Rallycross
    • Fifth at Laguna Seca in the Ginetta G55 GT4
    • Two top-five finishes in the Olsbergs MSE Rallycross Lites car
    Early Career
    • Harry won back-to-back world championship races at Daytona International Raceway at the ages of 13 and 14.  He was a factory driver for the Intrepid Driver program at 14 and represented the USA in the KZ2 World Championships in Italy.
    • Marco Andretti 98
    • FIA License Rating: Gold
    • Nationality: American
    • Date of Birth: March 13, 1987
    • Languages: English
    Marco Andretti is an American race car driver. His Father Michael and Grandfather Mario were both highly successful racing drivers in various categories of racing. In 2006, Marco joined IndyCar as the youngest full-time driver in series history. In his rookie year, he became the youngest winner in IndyCar history and won 2006 Bombardier Rookie of the Year. He has also competed in Formula E, V8 Supercars, A1 Grand Prix, Star Mazda, Infiniti Pro Series, American Lemans and has tested for Honda Racing Formula One.