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Chase Elliott
Had it not been for a phone call from James Finch, Chase Elliott might not be making his Sprint Cup debut as a fulltime driver in the No. 24 Chevrolet of four-time champion and recently retired-from-driving Jeff Gordon in NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series this season because it was Finch, the former team owner, who brought Elliott, son of 1988 series champion and NASCAR Hall of Fame member Bill Elliott, to the attention of one Rick Hendrick.
"Then when I met (Chase) and talked to him, I was just super impressed."
Gordon's departure from the driver's seat opened the door for Elliott, who will join teammates Jimmie Johnson, Earnhardt Jr. and Kasey Kahne this season.
For Elliott, the comparisons to Gordon are inevitable.
What to know about Elliott: He's 20, and not only has a driver's license but a pilot's license as well. At JRM, he won the 2014 XFINITY Series championship and finished second last season. His father won 44 premier series races in addition to the '88 crown.
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Elliott has enjoyed success in each series as his career progressed, the various stops helping to shape his driving style as he honed his talents. The journey also taught him perspective.
"No matter what's happened in the past or how things have gone for you, that's no guarantee that things are going to be good for you moving forward," Elliott said. "I expect a lot of challenges."
He got a taste of those challenges last season, making five starts for Hendrick Motorsports while continuing to compete full time in the XFINITY Series. The starts came at Martinsville (in March), Richmond (in April), Charlotte (in May), Indianapolis (in July) and Darlington (in September). Elliott finished 16th at Richmond, and inside the top 20 at Charlotte (18th) and Indy (18th) as well.
"They definitely didn't go as well as I would have wanted them to," he said. "We had our struggles and I'll be the first one to take the blame for all of them. I made a lot of mistakes, they were just dumb and (ones) I shouldn't have made, that I should know better as this point than to do."
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Elliott will be paired with crew chief Alan Gustafson, who helped guide Gordon to the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup last season.
Hendrick expects Elliott to be "one of the flag bearers for the sport" within the next decade.
"That Elliott name, his status with the fans - he's already popular - his talent and the way he handles himself," he said.
If Elliott is sometimes too quick to shoulder all the blame for miscues, mishaps and less-than-expected results, he's been just as quick to praise those around him for his success and his continued progression.
"Growing up I've had such good people around me, whether it was go-kart days, short-track Late Model racing days, to the XFINITY side and being amongst this great organization and great team," he said.
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NASCAR's Chase Elliott visits North Mississippi
NASCAR's Chase Elliott visits North Mississippi
Chase Elliott, driver of the No. 9 NAPA Auto Parts car in the XFINITY series, had a meet and greet at the Tupelo Country Club.
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Chase Elliott Finishes Second at Lanier; Moves into GAS Points Lead DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (August 17, 2009) Chase Elliott moved up to a Late Model stockcar this spring and looked to gain experience and seat time in various LM divisions this summer. Fast forward almost five months and 13-year-old Elliott finds himself with his first win in the competitive ASA Southeast Asphalt Tour and leading the Georgia Asphalt Series (GAS) championship standings after eight of 13 events. Saturday's second-place finish, Elliott's fifth top-three in the Pro Late Model series including two wins, moved Elliott back into the lead with a series average finish of 3.75 and furthered the wave of momentum Elliott has been riding. Read more 0 Comments Posted on 17 Aug 2009 by cindy Roderick looks to defend trophy over teammate Elliott
Chase Elliott Builds Momentum with Top-Three at Lanier DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (August 3, 2009) Chase Elliott and the No. 9 Aaron's Dream Machine recorded another top-three finish in Saturday's Georgia Asphalt Series Pro Late Model race at Lanier National Speedway (Braselton, Ga.). After qualifying fourth, thirteen-year-old Elliott benefited from the random inversion to start from the pole and went on to finish third in a rain-shortened race that saw only 88 of 100 laps complete. Read more 0 Comments
DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (July 27, 2009) Chase Elliott's record in the ASA Southeast Asphalt Tour has seen highs and lows. With strong runs against many experienced drivers, including three top-10's, the 13-year-old Dawsonville, Ga., native also suffered his only career DNF in the competitive series, and his run Saturday night at Montgomery (Ala.) Motor Speedway encompassed the high and the low. After moving the No. 9 Aaron's Dream Machine into the lead on lap 81 of the Gateway 100, Elliott looked to be on his way to his third career win with one of the strongest cars in the field. Unfortunately, that run was cut short when another competitor took him out and handed Elliott his second career DNF. Read more 0 Comments
DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (July 20, 2009) Chase Elliott and the No. 9 Aaron's Lucky Dog Dream Machine traveled to Cordele, Ga.'s Watermelon Capital Speedway over the weekend to make their sixth start in the Georgia Asphalt Series (GAS).
BER teammate Chase Elliott won the 100-lap Pro Late Model race. Read more 0 Comments
DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (July 9, 2009) Chase Elliott and the No. 9 Aaron's Lucky Dog Dream Machine are heading to "America's Fastest 3/8ths Track," Orange County Speedway (Rougemont, N.C.), for Elliott's fifth start in the ASA Southeast Asphalt Tour this Saturday, July 11.
Thirteen-year-old Elliott, the youngest driver to ever start a ASA SAT race, will make his first career start at OCS during the RC Cola / Moon Pie 100.
"I'm excited to get on the track at Orange County," Elliott said about his upcoming race.
Chase Elliott Featured in Sports Illustrated's 2009 "Where Will They Be" Issue DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (July 7, 2009) Each year, the staff at Sports Illustrated chooses a handful of young athletes they believe will hit the national scene and excel into adulthood in their chosen sports. This year, the writers at SI have chosen 13-year-old Chase Elliott of Dawsonville, Ga., to represent auto racing in the 2009 "Where Will They Be" special issue, which hits newsstands this Wednesday, July 8. Read more 0 Comments Posted on 07 Jul 2009 by cindy Chase Elliott Shows Patience, Perseverance to Finish Seventh in GAS at Lanier DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (July 6, 2009) Chase Elliott made his 12th Late Model start Friday night at Lanier National Speedway (Braselton, Ga.) in front of one of the largest crowds in the track's history. After starting sixth in the Georgia Asphalt Series Independence Day 100, 13-year-old Elliott battled a loose race car and fought to earn his 11th career top-ten with a seventh place finish in the No. 9 Aaron's Lucky Dog Dream Machine. Read more 0 Comments Posted on 06 Jul 2009 by cindy Bill Elliott Racing a Triple Threat at Lanier; Elliott, Roderick, Poole Enter Friday's GAS Race DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (July 2, 2009) Bill Elliott Racing will be a triple threat at Lanier National Speedway (Braselton, Ga.) this Friday, July 3, when the Georgia Asphalt Series (GAS) returns to the track. BER drivers Chase Elliott (No. 9), Casey Roderick (No. 19) and Trey Poole (No. 91) have all entered the 100-lap Pro Late Model race at the team's "home track."
Chase Elliott Earns Sixth Place in Strong ASA Southeast Field DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (June 30, 2009) Chase Elliott continued his stellar Late Model rookie campaign over the weekend with another solid sixth-place finish in the ASA Southeast Asphalt Tour at his home track, Lanier National Speedway (Braselton, Ga.).
DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (June 25, 2009) After racing with some of his Late Model heroes at South Alabama Speedway (Kinston, Ala.) two weeks ago, Chase Elliott is coming back home this weekend to join the ASA Southeast Asphalt Tour at Lanier National Speedway (Braselton, Ga.), where the young driver has found success early in his career. Elliott, age 13, won his first Late Model race in his seventh start last month at Lanier, which he considers his "home track". Read more 0 Comments
"We ran really fast laps here during our test, and I've been to Lanier several times working on the crew for Chase (Elliott) and Casey (Roderick) so it's been good experience for me to be on that side going into my first race.
DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (June 17, 2009) Chase Elliott, driver of the No. 9 Aaron's Lucky Dog Dream Machine, made his tenth career Late Model start last weekend among some of the best Late Model drivers in the Southeast, including Bubba Pollard and Augie Grill.
Chase Elliott and the team had nothing but bad luck from the time they unloaded at "The Melon". After driving through the field twice during the 100-lap race, an on-track incident sent the Aaron's Dream Machine head-on into the outside wall and resulted in Elliott's first Late Model finish outside the top-ten and first DNF (22nd). Read more 0 Comments Posted on 09 Jun 2009 by cindy Elliott off to "The Melon" for Third ASA Southeast Start DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (June 4, 2009) Chase Elliott and the No. 9 Aaron's Lucky Dog Dream Machine team are headed to Cordele, Georgia's Watermelon Capital Speedway, better known to drivers and fans as "The Melon", for their third start in the competitive ASA Southeast Asphalt Tour (ASA SAT).
DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (June 1, 2009) Chase Elliott knows that every race won't be a dream in the No. 9 Aaron's Lucky Dog Dream Machine, and Saturday was one of those nights at Lanier National Speedway (Braselton, Ga.). After setting the fastest speed overall in practice and qualifying second only .004 seconds off the fastest lap, 13-year-old Elliott battled a free race car from the start of the 100-lap Georgia Asphalt Series (GAS) feature and earned a hard-fought sixth place finish. Read more 0 Comments Posted on 01 Jun 2009 by cindy Elliott, Roderick Return to Lanier Looking to Repeat 1-2 Finish Coming off best finishes of 2009, sitting 1-2 in GAS championship standings
DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (May 29, 2009) Bill Elliott Racing left Lanier National Speedway (Braselton, Ga.) two weeks ago with their best team finish when Chase Elliott won his first Late Model race in only his seventh start and Casey Roderick finished runner-up after starting from the pole and leading 96 laps.
The team returns to their home track this Saturday for round four of the Georgia Asphalt Series (GAS) with Roderick leading the championship standings by four points over teammate Elliott.
Chase Elliott to host Camp Sunshine Kids at Lanier DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (May 28, 2009) Chase Elliott, driver of the No. 9 Aaron's Dream Machine Ford Late Model, will have some extra special fans cheering him on this weekend at Lanier National Speedway in Braselton, Ga. Elliott, along with Industrial Depot and Lanier National Speedway will host children from Camp Sunshine, a summer camp for children with cancer located in Decatur, Georgia, during Saturday's race at Lanier. Read more 0 Comments
Chase Elliott Launches Official Site will keep fans up-to-speed on young driver's career
DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (May 27, 2009) Chase Elliott, driver of the No. 9 Aaron's Lucky Dog Dream Machine Ford for Bill Elliott Racing, has launched an official website, The interactive site will allow fans to stay up-to-speed with the latest racing news, read Elliott's personal blogs, follow his schedule and stats, browse photos, meet the No. 9 Aaron's team members, and much more. Read more 0 Comments
But the 16-year-old Lawrenceville, Georgia, native came up a few laps short of a perfect day to finish second to his Bill Elliott Racing teammate, Chase Elliott. Read more 0 Comments Posted on 12 May 2009 by cindy Chase Elliott Scores First Win in Aaron's Dream Machine Late Model In his seventh start, 13-year-old Elliott grabs first LM win at his "home track"
The Official Website of Bill Elliott, 29 May 2009 [cached]
Born in 1995 into the Bill Elliott racing dynasty, Chase Elliott is already continuing the tradition of excellence in the sport where his father earned the legendary nicknames "Awesome Bill from Dawsonville" and "Million Dollar Bill. At the age of thirteen, Chase already has seven championship titles to his name and is winning over a loyal fan base.
Chase started his racing career at age 8 at various dirt tracks across northern Georgia, and in 2006 he entered the Colorado Sprint Championship Series in the Mini Max and the 80cc Novice Shifter Kart divisions for his first full season of racing. He won the state title in the Mini Max division and finished an impressive third in the Shifter Kart field against much older competition. He competed in the CSCS again in 2007 and won six of ten starts, earning him another championship in the Mini Max and a runner-up in the Shifter Kart divisions.
In 2007, Chase joined the Legends Racing Series for his rookie season in the Bandolero Bandits division in Atlanta Motor Speedway's (Hampton, Ga.) Thursday Thunder Series and earned Rookie of the Year honors. In the ten-week series, Chase finished in the top-ten eight times, the top-five three times, and won the final two feature events. The second-generation Elliott also competed in a handful of events in the Summer Shootout Series at Lowe's Motor Speedway (Concord, N.C.). In five starts, Chase posted five top-tens and two top-fives.
Chase made the move from the Bandits to the Young Guns division for the 2007-08 winter season, which visited Atlanta Motor Speedway, Lanier National Speedway (Braselton, Ga.) and Watermelon Capital Speedway (Cordele, Ga.). Chase dominated the field, winning ten of twelve races and setting a new track record on AMS' Thunder Ring. Chase won his first major championship when he captured the titles in both the AMS Winter Flurry Series and the Georgia Winter Series.
For the 2008 summer season, Chase moved up to the Legends Semi-Pro division and competed in both the AMS Thursday Thunder Series and the LMS Summer Shootout Series. Chase captured his first Semi-Pro victory in an exciting finish at Lanier National Speedway in September, winning by just inches at the checkered flag. He carried that momentum and went on to capture seven straight top-tens and two victories. One of those victories was at Lanier and earned Chase the 2008 Georgia State Championship for the Semi-Pro division. The following weekend, Chase made his first trip to the Legends Car Asphalt Nationals where he was the youngest driver in the Semi-Pro field. He practice, qualified and raced in the top-ten all weekend and came home with a solid sixth place finish in his first national event.
Chase returned to the 2008-09 combined Winter Flurry Series / Georgia Winter Series, this time in the Legends Semi-Pro division, looking to defend his dual championships. Elliott, who finished the season with six wins and three second-place finishes in 11 starts, led the points in both series until back-to-back on-track misfortunes dropped him in the season standings. The youngster battled back and won five consecutive races, including the season finale at Atlanta Motor Speedway, to clinch both the Winter Flurry Series and Georgia Winter Series championships, his first titles in the Legends Semi-Pro division.
This summer will mark a major milestone in the second-generation Elliott's racing career, as he prepares to climb behind the wheel of a Pro Late Model to run in the Georgia Asphalt Series (GAS). Chase, who has practiced on dirt but never circled an asphalt track in a Late Model, will test at Lanier National Speedway prior to the start of the 2009 GAS season.
Chase won five races and five poles in the Mini Max to capture the series' State Championship that summer.
These races marked his first ever on asphalt.
Chase loves racing go carts and late model cars on dirt tracks.
Chase learned to race in all types of weather in Colorado from rain to snow. This is probably a good indication as to why he won the only two asphalt races that he ever ran in the rain!
Chase is and hopes to always be able to race with his father's famous No. 9.
Primary sponsor is Aaron's.
Associate sponsors include the Dawsonville Pool Room and the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame.
Chase is an excellent student and knows that in order to race he must keep an A/B average.
Chase raced in his very first late model event on March 28th, 2009 at South Georgia Motorsports Park.
Chase will be running the Georgia Asphalt series in 2009 and select ASA events.
Chase will also be racing his dirt late model car whenever he has an opportunity to do so.
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