Bryan Herta

Since winning the Barber Saab Pro Series Championship in 1991, Bryan Herta has been a mainstay in American open-wheel racing. Herta earned the Indy Lights Championship in 1993 and made his IndyCar debut in 1994 with A.J. Foyt. Enterprises. Throughout his CART career, he raced for other racing legends, Team Rahal, Chip Ganassi Racing, Walker Racing, Mo Nunn Racing, Forsythe Championship Racing and PK racing with two wins and 18 podium finishes.

Between 2003 and 2006, Herta was a member of the Andretti Green Autosport team in the Indy Racing League, finding success by winning two races and finishing third in the 2005 Indianapolis 500.

In 2007 and 2008, Herta drove for Andretti Autosport in the Acura LMP2 in Sportscar competition, notching a memorable win in the 2006 Sebring 12 Hours with teammates and friends, Dario Franchitti and Tony Kanaan.

In 2009, Bryan turned his attention to the business side of racing and car ownership. He co-founded Bryan Herta Autosport in the Firestone Indy Lights Series and the team found victory lane quickly in its first year of competition. In 2010, the team debuted in the Indianapolis 500 and a year later, Herta reunited with Wheldon for a one-off shot at the Indianapolis 500. Wheldon won the 100th anniversary of the Indy 500 leading only the final lap of the 200 lap race. Just five years later, BHA would become a two-time winning Indianapolis 500 winner with Alexander Rossi.

  • Favorite Food: Indian
  • Favorite Vacation Spot: Anyplace warm with a beach
  • Favorite Movie or TV Show: True Romance
  • What I’d be if I wasn’t in racing: Glad I don’t have to find out.


Sean Jones

Sean Jones began his professional racing career at the age of 19 in Europe junior formula. Jones raced in multiple open-wheel categories before deciding to pursue a different path as a motorsport driver manager. Jones has independently managed the likes of former Indycar drivers Townsend Bell and Tony Renna, Porsche Motorsport factory driver and two time 24 hour of Le Mans winner Patrick Long, and former Champ Car and IMSA GT driver Jan Heylen. Jones also founded an event company called 7R Inc. that has been employed by manufacturers such as Ford and Chrysler. Jones entered a partnership with Bryan Herta leading up to Bryan Herta Rallysport’s 2015 debut season.


Eric Chase

Eric Chase, CEO of TAC Enertech Holdings, LLC – Eric has over 25 years of experience in the telecommunications industry. In addition to founding Enertech Resources, one of the country’s largest wireless telecommunications development companies, Eric has also founded and operated several real-estate development firms including his current endeavor developing tower assets and retail commercial shopping centers. In 2010, Eric’s son, Parker Chase, pointed the duo towards racing. After many years of involvement in the racing world as a hobbyist, Eric formed Chase Racing, LLC in 2015. Chase Racing operates in the Pirelli World Challenge and has had entrants in the GT4 and GT3 categories. Eric’s experience and expertise in business development, project management and motorsports makes him an asset to our organization.

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