Chicago, IL – Chloe Chambers, an up-and-coming racing talent and Guinness World Record holder, is now an ambassador for Gift of Adoption Fund.
Chloe, who is 16-years-old, will race in regional events and the prestigious United States F4 Series with the newly formed Future Star Racing team. She will use her platform to promote Gift of Adoption’s mission of uniting vulnerable kids with permanent families, providing them with the chance to thrive.
Chloe started racing at the age of 8. Kart-racing became a family sport for Chloe, her parents, and her two younger siblings. Over the course of her career, she has won multiple national tournaments and regional championships across the United States and Canada. This year, Chloe will transition from racing karts to cars. She is coached by Al Unser Jr. and Sarah Fisher and has been awarded the Parella Motorsports Holdings Powering Diversity Scholarship.
“I am excited to race in the F4 Championship with Future Star Racing,” Chloe says. “This is an amazing opportunity, made even better by the opportunity to promote Gift of Adoption Fund, a cause that closely aligns with something so dear to me and my family.”
In the summer of 2020, Porsche approached Chloe and asked her to attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for fastest vehicle slalom. Driving a completely stock Porsche 718 Spyder, Chloe beat the existing world record by over half a second with a time of 47.45 seconds.
Chloe’s inspiring story has been seen by millions of viewers globally. She has been featured on the Netflix series “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman,” and videos of her setting the Guinness World Record went viral. Chloe also appeared on NBC’s “Proving Grounds,” and in countless automotive magazines and journals.