WORLD OF OUTLAWS

DRIVER: CHRIS WEBBER
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 Years of Experience
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 Hometown
   
 Date of Birth
     


Chris Webber was born and raised in California, where he started his racing career at the age of 6. He was immensely successful driving Outlaw Sprint Karts, both on dirt tracks and road racing. Chris moved into Wingless Sprint cars at the age of 14, earning Rookie of the year titles with Orland Speedway and the DCRR point series. At age 16, he began racing 410 Winged Sprint cars earning the highest finishing rookie position at the Gold Cup Race of Champions. 

At age 18, Chris made the decision to join the U.S. Military. He made it through the Navy SWCC (Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman) selection course, and was stationed at Special Boat Team 12 in San Diego. Chris served two deployments to the Middle East at Naval Special Warfare Unit Three. During his second deployment, Chris served as his detachments lead U.A.V (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) Pilot. He was honorably discharged in July of 2014. 

When Chris' career in the military was finished, he began driving the #18 Keeton’s Machine Shop Wingless Sprint car after an 8 year absence from racing. He drove in 4 events, placing 4th at Orland Speedway, 5th at the Tyler Wolf Memorial, and 7th at the Gold Cup Race of Champions. 

In the 2015 season, Chris plans to race the King of the West Series, Silver Dollar Speedway Points Series, and the West Coast World of Outlaw events. 

1994-97: Began Racing Outlaw Sprint Karts (OSK) age 6.

1998: 2 wins.

1999: 5 wins. 2nd in points with Outlaw Sprint Karts including Win River Casino Winter Bash and the Yamaha Cup.

2000: 18 wins including Win River Casino Winter Bash and the Yamaha Cup. Track Champion and Sportsman of the Year with Outlaw Sprint Karts.

2001: 21 wins. Shasta Kart Club Champion and Rookie if the Year, 125cc Rookie of the Year Outlaw Sprint Karts, International Karting Federation (IKF) Rookie of the Year.

2002: 27 wins. 3rd in IKF Points standings, Top 5 at IKF Nationals, 5th in Outlaw Sprint Karts points standings and Shasta Kart Club Champion.

2003: 36 wins. OSK and Shasta Kart Club Champion. 3rd in IKF point standings.

2004: 13 wins including youngest driver to win a Sprint car race at Orland Speedway. Rookie of the Year at Orland Speedway and DCRR point series. 2004 Flat Out Magazine "25 drivers under 25” featured driver.

2005: 5 wins, 410 Sprint car debut with 5 top 5 finishes and 3 heat wins. Top finishing rookie driver at Gold Cup Race of Champions.

2006: Began military training.

2008: Began Naval Special Forces Military Career.

2014: Honorable discharge from Navy. 2 top 5 finishes and 3 top 10 finishes in 4 starts. 



127 career victories

4 Rookie of the Year Titles

5 Championship Titles

1 Sportsman of the Year Title

2004 Flat Out Magazine 25 drivers under 25 featured driver

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