Fast Facts: Chase Cabre

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NASCAR Next member Chase Cabre is following in his brother Collin’s footsteps, not just as a driver, but also as a NASCAR Next member and a member of NASCAR’s Drive for Diversity program. Learn more about his young talent in this week’s Fast Facts.
  • Chase Thomas Cabre was for Feb. 7, 1997 in Thonotosassa, FL. He got his first PW-50 motorcycle for Christmas when he was 3, and learned how to ride it with training wheels.
  • At age 6, Chase qualified for and finished sixth in the national championship on his bike, but one year later, his father Lou pulled the plug on the family team after injuries stacked up on the track.
  • In 2006, both Collin and Chase began racing dirt go karts, learning the sport over the next few years until Chase began racing 600cc micro sprints in 2011. From 2011-2013, Chase ran 600 mini sprints in two series, earning 12 wins and 18 top five finishes in 21 starts.
  • In 2016, Chase raced a Late Model in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series, picking up eight top 10s in eight starts. In 2017, he joined Collin at Rev Racing, becoming the first siblings to race together in the NASCAR Drive for Diversity program. Chase currently competes in the K&N Pro Series East.
  • Learn more about Chase Cabre at his website,

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