In addition to co-driving the #16 ALMS Mazda Lola Coupe, Chris manages Dyson Racing. In 2008, Chris and his teammate, Guy Smith, drove their Porsche RS Spyder to sixth in the LMP2 driver’s championship – starting off the year with a class third in the 12-Hours of Sebring. In 2007 Chris and Guy were fourth in the LMP2 standings. In 2006 he had three podiums and six top fives in ten races for sixth in the ALMS LMP1 championship. Chris finished second in the ALMS LMP1 championship in 2005 with six seconds and a third in ten races. In 2004, he garnered six of nine podiums in ALMS LMP1, for fourth in the final standings. In sixty-four starts in the ALMS, he has twenty-six podiums to his credit. Finished seventh at LeMans in 2004 and fourth at the Silverstone. In 2003 he won the ALMS LMP 675 championship in his first full year in the series scoring four wins including the class win at The 12-Hours of Sebring. Chris won five races in the Rolex Grand-Am Series in 2002, missing the championship by two points.
While Dyson began his racing career racing karts on the dirt, most of his two-decade plus driving career has been road-racing on asphalt. Dyson began driving sprint cars and midgets on dirt around 2013, and he has worked hard to develop those skills. In March 2019, Dyson made his sprint car asphalt debut on the three-quarter-mile tri-oval Memphis track bringing him back to racing on a surface where he has many years of experience.View full list of members