Parker Chase Ranked 9th in the Country in Rotax Mini Max

Texan will now make the move to Rotax Junior and utilize 2014 to gain experience

Parker Chase ranked 9th in Rotax Mini Max in 2013 (

Parker Chase ranked 9th in Rotax Mini Max in 2013 (

Capping off a successful 2013 season, Texan karter Parker Chase is set for his new challenge in 2014. Moving to the ultra-competitive Rotax Junior division, Chase will look to utilize the knowledge, skills and experience gained by finishing ninth in the nation in the Rotax Mini Max United States Rotax Driver Rankings.

“2013 was a great season for me,” explained Parker Chase. “I was able to win a championship as well as compete at the Rotax Micro & Mini Invitational during the week of the Grand Finals. What a great experience!”

Competing at the Burger King Rotax Max Challenge program, Chase secured several race wins and podium results en route to the Rotax Mini Max championship in the Texas Pro Kart Challenge. Solidifying his spot as one of the top drivers in the country, Chase battled hard during the 2013 United States Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals and came home with an impressive ninth place effort in the overall rankings.

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Chase continued, “2014 is going to be a little different for me. I will be moving to the Rotax Junior class, a more powerful engine, full size kart and bigger tires. I am looking to have a strong rookie season and learn as much as I can.”

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