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Chase Briscoe Announces Plans To Start His Own Sprint Car Team Again

Chase Briscoe Announces Plans To Start His Own Sprint Car Team Again

NASCAR Cup Series driver Chase Briscoe has announced that he will be starting his own Sprint Car team for the 2024 season.

Mar 22, 2024 by Tyler Burnett

NASCAR Cup Series driver Chase Briscoe will once again be dipping his toes in the dirt this racing season. Partnering with Mahindra Tractors and Dorsett Automotive, the Stewart Haas Racing driver will house a 410 Winged Sprint Car under the Chase Briscoe Racing banner.

Briscoe will drive the car on a part-time basis, racing half of the 35-race schedule the team has planned. The other half of the schedule will go to rising Midget racing standout Karter Sarff, who has competed well in Briscoe's Midgets in recent years. 

"I’m super excited this year to have Karter Sarff try winged Sprint Car racing. He did an amazing job in our Midget at Chili Bowl and he has a bright future ahead.," Briscoe said. "It will be a lot of fun for me to be able to race a few races this year with my dad again and then watch him and Karter go run as well.”

Chase's father, Kevin Briscoe, a standout driver and mechanic in Indiana, will take over crew chief duties. 

 “Sprint Car racing was really my first love," Briscoe stated. "My grandpa (Richard Briscoe) started owning them in 1976 and had many legends in the sport drive his number five car and then my dad (Kevin Briscoe) took over and raced for 22 years until I jumped in at the age of 13, so it’s really been there for me since the beginning.

"Once I started the NASCAR journey I always knew I wanted to stay a part of the sport as an owner, give back to drivers I felt like deserved opportunities because I wouldn’t be where I am today without the same thing."

Briscoe competed in the first High Limit Racing event at Lincoln Park Speedway in 2022 and made another national start with the All Star Circuit of Champions at Outlaw Speedway in 2023, while also sprinkling in regional races. He competes in the Chili Bowl annually and even drove a Dirt Late Model in 2022. 

Currently, Briscoe competes in the NASCAR Cup Series driving for Tony Stewart and Gene Haas at Stewart Haas Racing. He earned his first career Cup series victory in 2022 at Phoenix and this season has scored top 10 finishes in both the Daytona 500 and at Phoenix Raceway. 

Karter Sarff made his first Chili Bowl A-Main appearance this year driving for Briscoe. He also claimed the 2023 POWRi National Midget championship and wins with the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series.