Chloe Chambers (16) – Bringing Inspiration to Many through Her Talent, Character and Commitment.
Started Karting and Racing Aged 8.
Guinness World Record Holder – Production Car Slalom Porsche 718 Spyder 47.45 August 2020.
Multiple National Wins and Championships across the United States and Canada.
Massive global media appeal that transcends generations and gender.
Potential to bring credibility and not just attention to women in motorsports.
Ambassador for Gift of Adoption Fund.
Awarded PMH Powering Diversity Scholarship for US F4 Championship.
Founding driver of the Wings and Wheels Foundation and for Future Star Racing.
Highly Accomplished Academically and Athletically.
National Honor Society member
High honor roll since grade 6.
Black Belt Tae Kwon Do.
Varsity swim team athlete.
Plays violin and piano.
For 2021, Chloe will be embarking on an immersive learning year as she transitions from karts to cars. She will be racing with newly formed, Future Star Racing, and will be an ambassador for Gift of Adoption Fund. Chloe will be racing in regional events and the FIA-sanctioned and prestigious United States F4 Series. As part of her driving with Future Star Racing, Chloe will be coached by Al Unser Jr. and Sarah Fisher.
“I am super excited to race in the F4 Championship with Future Star Racing. This is an amazing opportunity. I am incredibly grateful to Mark and Alora McAlister of Future Star Racing for this opportunity, along with Tony Parella of Parella Motorsports Holdings for awarding me the PMH Powering Diversity Scholarship. It is an honor to represent the Gift of Adoption Fund, a cause that closely aligns with something so dear to my family and I. This has all come together so quickly and I would like to thank Ralph Hansen and Pegasus Marketing Group for bringing this all together.”
“The Future Star Racing team is fantastic. We have a few days of initial testing and everyone has worked really hard, and we quickly established a great team environment, we have made a lot of progress with my driving and car setups. I have already learned so much from Al Jr. and Sarah, it’s amazing to be coached by them and supported by everyone in this amazing team.”
Having grown up watching Formula 1 and spending weekends watching her Dad participate in autocross and track days with a car club, it seemed only natural that Chloe Chambers would ask her father to take her karting. On an unseasonably warm November day in the northeastern U.S., seven-year-old Chloe had her first kart lesson and was bitten by the racing bug.
It would be the spring of 2012, when Chloe would officially begin racing karts, and in her first-year racing was Oakland Valley Race Park Kid Kart Champion.
Kart-racing became a family sport for Chloe, her parents, Matt & Shannon, and her two younger siblings, Oliver & Emma Claire. The family traveled to Chloe’s kart races in their RV to cheer her on and Chloe’s father worked as her tuner.
Chloe was given a firm foundation in the fundamentals of karting and racing. In 2014, Chloe expanded her race calendar to compete in the highly competitive Eastern Canadian Karting Championship and national-level U.S. races. Within her karting career, she has been coached by three-time world champion, Ben Cooper, and Mike Doty. Beyond being the driver, Chloe was also unafraid to get her hands dirty. She worked with her Dad cleaning and prepping her karts prior to race weekends. She can tune carburetors and change axles and tires. Chloe has earned the respect of her team.
Chloe has racked up numerous wins and championships at every level of her karting career. The eyes of the karting world turned to Chloe in 2019, after she racked up numerous high-profile wins and championships. Her most notable performance of that year was at the biggest karting race in the world, SKUSA Super Nationals in Las Vegas, where she placed 3rd out of 80 of the world’s best drivers. Fantastic performances in the heat races culminated in a hard-fought battle that came down to the last corner on the last lap. The frenzied commentary and euphoric crowd certified Chloe as the crowd favorite.
In 2020, although on a very restricted race program and budget, her final race in the junior class at the prestigious Florida Winter Tour, she finished on the podium. Next, she moved up to the top class in karting, and won her first national race in the senior class making her the WKA Grand National Champion in ROK Senior.
In the summer of 2020, Chloe was approached by Porsche Cars and asked to attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for fastest vehicle slalom. She took the challenge and worked professionally with the team. Driving a completely stock Porsche 718 Spyder, Chloe beat the existing world record by over half a second with a time of 47.45 seconds. The achievement was evidently found inspiring, with media reach going viral globally.
Chloe has set her goals to achieve wins in IndyCar, Formula 1, and sports cars. She continues to build a team of fantastic individuals, brands, and partners who share in their commitment to excellence, teamwork, and continual improvement in being the best they can be. When asked what if she does not achieve her goals, Chloe replies “realistically, I am not sure what I will achieve in motorsports and I won’t know without working hard to find opportunities and making the most of them when I do. I am not naïve about how high the goals I set are, but so long as I give 100% effort and be the best I can be, then I will be happy”.
Chloe’s individuality, aspirations and accomplishments are highly appealing and attract significant media attention. Her marketing appeal transcends generations and gender. Chloe’s inspiring story has been seen by millions of viewers globally. She has been featured on the season 2 episode about Multiple Formula 1 World Champion, Lewis Hamilton, on the Netflix series “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman”, the viral videos of her setting the Guinness World Record and her performance at SKUSA SuperNats, on NBC’s “Proving Grounds”, on regional and local news channels and in countless automotive magazines and journals.
Along with her dedication to racing, Chloe excels academically, taking honors classes and as a high honor roll student. In 2021, Chloe was selected for the National Honor Society. She also swims on the high school varsity swim team, plays piano and violin, and is a black belt in Tae Kwon Do.
Despite Chloe’s attention and accomplishments, her most refreshing attribute remains her humility.
Coaches (Cars): Al Unser Jr. and Sarah Fisher.
Coaches (Karting): Initially coached by her Father Matt Chambers and subsequently by Ben Cooper and Mike Doty.
Experience Driving: Karts from 50cc Kid Kart, through cadet classes, Junior and Senior IAME/Rotax/ROK. Chloe has tested and shown great potential in F1600 and F4.
Tracks: In 2021 Chloe will compete on tracks across the US. Road America, Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, Sebring VIR, Mid-Ohio, Brainerd, Miami Homestead and Circuit of The Americas
Bio / Accomplishments
• Future Star Racing Team Driver F4 US Championship
• Winner Parella Motorsports Holdings Powering Diversity Scholarship
• Guinness World Record Holder for Vehicle Slalom (47.45 seconds)
• Florida Winter Tour - 4th in 100cc junior championship & 5th in ROK GP junior
• Supernats 23 - 3rd place in x30 Junior out of 77 drivers
• GearUp Champion in x30 Junior
• ROK Festival Biloxi – 100cc Winner
• WKA Manufacturer Cup Go Pro Motorplex X30 Junior Winner
• Florida Winter Tour 100cc Vice-Champion
• 3rd place in GearUp Championship in Junior
• OVRP Club Champion Junior
• 3rd place in GearUp Championship in Mini Rok
• Northeast Rotax Champion
• New York State Champion
• GoRotax.com Driver of the Month presented by EKartingNews.com
• Vice-Champion Oakland Valley Race Park Micro Max Club Championship
• Vice-Champion Oakland Valley Race Park Micro Max Club Championship
• Vice-Champion US Rotax Max Challenge North East
• Oakland Valley Race Park Kid Kart Champion