Shift Up Now Athlete Chloe Chambers announced her plans to race for Future Star Racing (FSR) in the 2021 F4 United States Championship Powerd by Honda.
Sixteen-year-old Chambers, who began racing at age eight, will be coached at FSR by two-time Indianapolis 500 winner, Al Unser, Jr., and Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Development co-owner, Sarah Fisher. FSR was launched in 2020 by Mark and Alora McAlister. The team’s mission is to support talented drivers in need of financial backing.
“I am super excited to race in the F4 Championship with Future Star Racing,” Chambers said. “I am incredibly grateful to Mark and Alora McAlister for this opportunity, along with Tony Parella of Motorsports Holdings for awarding me the PMH Powering Diversity Scholarship. It is an honor to represent Gift of Adoption Fund – a cause that is so dear to my family.”
Chambers has garnered numerous wins and championships at every level of her karting career. Most notably, her performance at the SKUSA Super Nationals in Las Vegas, where she placed third out of 80 of the world’s best drivers. In 2020, she finished on the podium at the Florida Winter Tour and moved up to the top class in karting.
She won her first national race in the senior class, making her the WKA Grand National Champion in ROK Senior. That same year, she became a Guinness World Record Holder, when she broke the previous record for fastest vehicle slalom, in a completely stock Porsche 718 Spyder.
The F4 United States Championship Powered by Honda pre-season testing begins March 8-9, 2021, at Virginia International Raceway. The racing season begins March 26-28, 2021, at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta.
For more information, visit www.ChloeChambers.com.