#666 - PRYDE Black
São Paulo, Brazil
My racing career started in the 90’s and I’ve raced in all kinds of events from karting to Stock Cars in Brazil.
I moved to the U.S. in 2012 and restarted my karting career at ROK Cup USA finishing in 2nd in 2016 at Master Class and in 2017 getting the first South Florida LO206 Briggs & Stratton Champion. In 2018 I won the last SKUSA Winter Series round at LO206 Master Class in Miami. I’m also a Motorsports Broadcaster for Brazilian TV, Radio, and Digital Streaming on ESPN, Bandsports and DAZN.
Owner of @autovideos_oficial channel on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram with 2M followers.
Follow me on Instagram and Twitter: @andreduek
São Paulo, Brazil
I started karting at 5 years old! I’m getting old, but still loving it
Chris is from Dallas, TX, but spent most of the last 20 years in Los Angeles. He got into kart racing eight years ago and has been competing ever since. Chris has taken part in six team endurance races at Calspeed (The 12hrs of Machismo) and taken podiums in the Sport class the last three years: 1st Place 2020, 2nd Place 2021, 3rd Place 2019.
Chance’s passion for motorsports started late in life when he purchased his first motorcycle at age 19. From there, track days turned into racing turned into winning! Chance has experience in racing motorcycles, karts, sports cars, and open wheel cars. The most fun is racing wheel to wheel in a pack and weekend after weekend, karting offers that the most. For 2022, Chance is focused to compete in the big karting events throughout the country to add those trophies to his collection!
1 part Creative Director, 1 part Entrepreneur, 2 parts Driver. Is that too many parts? Racing has been in his blood since before he was born. He was introduced into Drag Racing at a young age and instantly loved it; over the years his passion for motorsports has morphed towards kart racing as it has given him an opportunity to join both of his passions - Racing and Design. As the owner of Pryde Apparel and Reklaw Design, his free time is limited - but any free time he does have, you'll find him at a track - whether it be straight or curved.