Chase Briscoe1994-12-15 (age 26)
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Chase Briscoe hopes another round of double duty this weekend will produce another top-10 finish in the NASCAR Cup Series.
Chase Briscoe had no illusions that a move to the NASCAR Cup Series would be easy, but nothing like this.
For the last two seasons, Chase Briscoe has been one of most consistent performers in the NASCAR Xfinity Series – a perennial contender for race victories.
Chase Briscoe set lofty goals for himself entering the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series season and there’s no reason to stop now.
Chase Briscoe has revealed how Tony Stewart pranked him with hidden cameras when he was told he’d be racing in the NASCAR Cup Series in 2021 – and for a hero that Briscoe used to dress up as to play the NASCAR video game.
Chase Briscoe’s NASCAR journey has been anything but easy but despite the struggles it continues to be highly rewarding.
The most prolific winner in the NASCAR Xfinity Series this season is now the first one locked in to compete for the 2020 championship.
Chase Briscoe set an ambitious goal before the season of winning at least eight races in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and Saturday he reached it in style.
Patience powered Chase Briscoe’s victory Friday night as he ended the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series regular season with his seventh win.
Chase Briscoe went from the back to the front to earn his NASCAR Xfinity Series-leading sixth victory of the 2020 season.
It was shaping up to be a big week for Chase Briscoe. It ended up one clouded with personal tragedy but ultimately lightened by victory.
A week of heartbreak and rain delays ended up with a trip to Victory Lane for Chase Briscoe.
Chase Briscoe held off a charging William Byron to win the NBC Esports Short Track Challenge title at Martinsville Speedway.
Chase Briscoe said he needed to win “eight to 10 races” this season to contend for the NASCAR Xfinity Series championship wasted no time in picking up his first.
Chase Briscoe has high expectations for his second fulltime season in the NASCAR Xfinity Series but he believes they are necessary.
The “Big 3” of Christopher Bell, Cole Custer and Tyler Reddick have dominated most of the NASCAR Xfinity Series this season but Chase Briscoe would like to make it four.
Chase Briscoe will return to full-time competition in NASCAR next season.
Our NASCAR team dissects the chaos that ensued at the Charlotte Roval and takes a look at the recent silly season news.
Chase Briscoe was finally able to salvage something good out of a difficult NASCAR season.
Chase Briscoe picked up his first NASCAR victory of the 2018 season in dramatic fashion.
Chase Briscoe has added another race to this 2018 NASCAR schedule and this one should make him feel right at home.
Chase Briscoe is a NASCAR driver with many homes this season and that has been a difficult transition to make.
Stewart-Haas Racing, in association with Biagi-DenBeste Racing, will field the No. 98 Ford Mustang for Chase Briscoe in the NASCAR Xfinity Series later this year.
Roush Fenway Racing drivers Ty Majeski and Chase Briscoe got their first taste of Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway in Xfinity Series cars this week.
Neither Cole Custer, Chase Briscoe nor Ty Majeski were born when Dan Jansen won the gold medal in the Men’s 1000-meter speed skating competition in the 1994 Winter Olympics at Hamar, Norway.
Ford Performance will throw its young talent pool into the deep end for the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge at Daytona International Speedway on Jan. 26.
Christmas came early for Chase Briscoe and Austin Cindric.
Chase Briscoe never imagined he would rise through the NASCAR ranks so quickly.
NASCAR's 2017 season saw a grand total of 15 first-time winners across its three national divisions. As several star names step aside, these drivers are stepping up to carry the torch into the future.
Roush Fenway Racing will field a Xfinity Series program for Chase Briscoe, Austin Cindric and Ty Majeski in 2018.
In the swan song for Brad Keselowski Racing, Chase Briscoe earned the pole for the Ford EcoBoost 200 and led 81 laps en route to his first career win at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Chase Briscoe played spoiler in Friday’s qualifying for the Ford EcoBoost 200 with a pole-winning speed of 167.499mph.
Austin Cindric advances his No. 19 Draw-Tite/Reese Brands Ford F-150 and Brad Keselowski Racing teammates to the Championship 4.
While Brad Keselowski Racing is focused on getting Austin Cindric into the Championship 4 next weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Brad Keselowski Racing and the Brad Keselowski’s Checkered Flag Foundation are making time to give back.
Brad Keselowski Racing General Manager Jeremy Thompson returns to his home state this weekend with one of his team’s trucks still alive in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoffs as the team enters the weekend of its 300th start.
The first round of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoffs draws to a close with Saturday’s Fred’s 250 at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway.
Success in NASCAR racing can be measured by championships and races won, awards you have accumulated throughout your career or contributions made to the sport.
The 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoffs begin this week at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with Saturday’s UNOH 175.
Rookies Chase Briscoe and Austin Cindric want nothing more than to bring home a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship in Brad Keselowski Racing’s final season.
In the weekend theme of NASCAR Throwback paint schemes, team owner Brad Keselowski decided to honor his father and uncle when Brad Keselowski Racing competes at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park on Sunday afternoon.
Ford Performance is hoping to move Truck series competitor Chase Briscoe to the NASCAR Xfinity Series next season.
As part of regular content from Brad Keselowski Racing at Motorsport.com, this week's article highlights the long-standing partnership between the team and two if its major partners.
Rookie teammates Chase Briscoe and Austin Cindric are ready for their first visit to Pocono Raceway for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race.
Third generation dirt racer finally gets to race on his dream track in the annual visit by the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series to the mecca of dirt tracks in the U.S.
The NASCAR Camping World Trucks Series returns to action on Friday night at Iowa Speedway for the M&Ms 200, the series’ ninth race of the 2017 season.
The Motorsport.com NASCAR team weighs in on the hottest topics in stock car racing this week.
Former racers Tommy Ellis and Robert Huffman help prepare Ford F-150s for Austin Cindric and Chase Briscoe and their ability to relate to what a driver needs is making a difference for their young drivers.
The Huntsman Shootout and the Gateway NCWTS race highlight a busy week for Brad Keselowski’s Checkered Flag Foundation.
Like most spectators, Brad Keselowski believed that Chase Briscoe had won Friday night’s truck race at Texas Motor Speedway.
Although Christopher Bell was declared the race winner, many initially believed Chase Briscoe was actually ahead at the time of the race-ending caution.
Kyle Busch and Chase Briscoe will race sans crew chiefs, tire changers and tire carrier for the next four races.
Rookie driver at Brad Keselowski Racing uses iRacing technology, simulators to get ahead of the game in Truck Series competition.
As part of Motorsport.com’s content partnership with Brad Keselowski Racing, we’ll provide fans with exclusive content before each NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race.
Ford Performance came tantalizingly close to its best start to a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup season in 25 years, and despite a late-race disappointment in Sin City, the trend line for Ford remains sharply positive.
As part of Motorsport.com’s content partnership with Brad Keselowski Racing, we’ll provide fans with exclusive content each week from the organization’s drivers, crew members and staff to readers throughout the 2017 season.
Motorsport.com to feature BKR drivers in a new agreement with the team.