Driver: Chloe Lynch
Division: U.S. Legend Cars (Semi-Pro)
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Chloe Lynch was not a racing enthusiast when she visited the, Las Vegas Motor Speedway with her Father and his Uncle Scott one August night in 2017. In fact, she hadn’t been to the Speedway since her Great Uncle Scott Lynch (Scott Lynch Media Group) had his race team there in 2007, yes the family had no interest in circle track racing. Over that ten year period, Chloe's brothers were involved in Local Youth and High School Football. So she was a Cheerleader of sorts. But Uncle Scott moved to town and suggested everyone start going to the Bullring and found that bottled up inside that pre-teen was a racer ready to be unleashed.
In 2017 she ran a few races and was mind set on the road course and learning to handle the INEX Bandolero. She walked away with Rookie Honors, as she did at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway's The Bullring, a 3/8th mile banked oval. In 2019 Chloe set a goal, to Win the INEX Outlaw Track Championship. She met that Goal, and took the Nevada State and Outlaw West National Titles as well.
In 3 and a half years Chloe has become a true racer, working on her car, learning from others, and being focused on and off of the track. She has made a name for herself and is up with the front of the pack, bringing home trophies. But more than just the wins, she has also marketed herself, landing world wide brands as sponsors. All the while becoming a fan favorite bringing fans to the stands wearing her Merchandised Apparel, and announcers have claimed she has one of the larger followings in the stands.
Her brand loyalty is amazing, as she not only stands by them, she promotes them via social media, trackside and out in public. She is always sure to mention them in Victory Circle, and finds fans coming up and showing their brand loyalty to her sponsors.
Her Heart is in it, every race. Chloe's number 50 Bandolero adorns the U.S. Paratroopers logo in dedication to a fallen soldier, Joshua Daniel Philips. "He was my Brother, Zach's best friend and he was like a big brother to me, and I have dedicated my racing to him. His number 50 from Football was retired at our local High School in Las Vegas, so I run his number to carry on his legacy of his brotherhood to me, and The Legacy High School Football Team!" Chloe was to attend Legacy for her Freshman year, but decided to join an ROTC Magnet School to better her education.
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