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High Limit Racing Names Announcer For 2024 Season

High Limit Racing Names Announcer For 2024 Season

High Limit Racing announced Tuesday that Chase Raudman will serve as the series announcer for the 2024 season.

Dec 5, 2023 by FloRacing Staff

With an expanding national footprint and a vastly growing brand, finding the right voice to lead High Limit Racing into the future was a crucial decision heading into the 2024 season. On Tuesday, High Limit Racing announced that they have found that announcer.

Chase Raudman, a 29-year-old native of California, will be the High Limit Racing play-by-play voice guiding fans through the inaugural national season - which features 60 dates and a coast-to-coast slate. You’ll get your first taste of Raudman behind the mic when the 2024 campaign begins on Monday & Tuesday, February 12-13 at East Bay Raceway Park.

“This is the opportunity of a lifetime for me, so first and foremost, I owe a huge thank you to Brad [Sweet], Kyle [Larson], and everybody at FloSports for trusting me enough to take this leap,” said Raudman. “I feel like the potential for High Limit is endless, and I look forward to growing as an announcer as the brand does.”

Spending the last three years in a prominent role as pit reporter for the World of Outlaws, Raudman honed his craft, studied the sport, and became a key industry figure while building relationships with drivers, teams, sponsors, and fans. Prior to that, he garnered plenty of experience in play-by-play lead announcing while calling outlaw kart and micro sprint racing for Fast 4 Media. 

“We knew that we needed our announcer to be someone young, passionate and promising, someone that could not only elevate our brand but grow alongside it,” said High Limit co-owner, Brad Sweet. “We think Chase fits that mold perfectly and we’re thrilled to welcome him to the team. It will be exciting to see how he makes this role his own and helps us guide High Limit Racing into the future.”

Fans unable to attend the track next year will be able to hear Raudman behind the mic for all 60 High Limit Racing events streamed live on FloRacing.