Speedway, IN - Porsche Motorsport North America (PMNA) and Deluxe Corporation have
expanded the Porsche Deluxe Female Driver Development Program with two more drivers,
Chloe Chambers and Madeline Stewart. Chambers represents the Cayman class, which uses
the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport, while Stewart will carry the banner for the class
utilizing the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Type 992 race car. Chambers and Stewart join Sabré Cook
as the 2023 recipients of the Porsche Deluxe Female Driver Development Program scholarship.
Stewart, a native of New Zealand, is racing in the 992 Pro/Am class of the Porsche Sprint
Challenge North America by Yokohama. Stewart drives the No. 282 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup race
car for JDX Racing and has graduated from the Porsche Sprint Challenge Australia
championship. Chambers, who lives in Indiana, debuted in the Porsche Sprint Challenge this
year driving the No. 70 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport for TPC Racing. She grew to fame
when she drove a Porsche 718 Spyder to a Guinness World RecordsTM achievement for the
Fastest Vehicle Slalom. She still holds the record three years later. In addition to her role in the
Porsche Female Driver Development Program, Chambers is also a Porsche Junior Program
North America participant in the Cayman class.
Included in the scholarship, both drivers will receive a full season entry in the Porsche Sprint
Challenge North America by Yokohama. Additionally, they each receive one set of Yokohama
race tires each event weekend as well as direct access to PMNA competition advisor and
Porsche Junior Program North America driving coach Patrick Long.
Volker Holzmeyer, President and CEO, Porsche Motorsport North America.
“Being able to add the Porsche Sprint Challenge North America by Yokohama to our Female
Driver Development Program has been an objective since we conceived the idea. It is natural
to add this to each level of our Motorsport Pyramid. Through our partnership with Deluxe,
Yokohama and USAC, we have been able to do it even sooner than we thought would be
possible. Madeline and Chloe are a perfect addition to the program. They are both excellent
drivers and very well received in the paddock. With Madeline, Chloe and Sabré together, I
cannot think of three better drivers to represent the program.”
Chloe Chambers, driver, No. 70 TPC Racing Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport.
“Being part of the Female Driver Development Program is special. Having all of the support
from Porsche and Porsche Motorsport is great. It is something that I am very appreciative of
and I will try and represent the brand well. I have worked with Porsche Cars North America in
the past with a Guinness World Record title achievement, but it is super cool now to be involved
on the Motorsport side. I want to race in Le Mans. I would love to be doing it with Porsche. I
grew up watching Porsches race and that is how I got into racing. It would be a goal to close
out my career as a Porsche factory driver.”
Madeline Stewart, driver, No. 282 JDX Racing Porsche 911 GT3 Cup.
“I feel very privileged to be part of the Porsche Female Driver Development Program. Coming
over to race in the USA this year was a huge step, but I am grateful for the support I have
already received. Programs like this really help to further my career in motorsport and it is
fantastic to see Porsche Motorsport North America, Yokohama and USAC working so hard to
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support females climbing through the Porsche Pyramid. We have had a great first two rounds
of the Championship, so I am looking forward to continuing on this year before making the step
to Carrera Cup next year."
Tracey Engelhardt, President, Check Solutions and Chief of Operations at Deluxe
"At Deluxe, we are honored to sponsor the Porsche Deluxe Female Driver Development
Program and support the advancement of women in motorsports. We believe that diversity and
inclusion are crucial in every industry, and motorsports is no exception. By providing
opportunities for female drivers like Madeline Stewart, Chloe Chambers and Sabré Cook, we
hope to help level the playing field and create a more equitable future for all aspiring racers.
We are excited to continue our partnership with Porsche and be part of this important initiative."
Randy Hembrey, Director of Road Racing, United States Auto Club.
“Porsche Sprint Challenge North America is often the first step for a driver to compete in a semi-
professional program. This championship is intentionally positioned on the Porsche one-make
ladder as a development platform. The Porsche Female Driver Development Program is just
one of the tools made available to us by Porsche to further identify talent and support the career
growth of these talented women. We’re excited to have both Madeline and Chloe as a part of
our championship and have been immediately impressed by their on-track skills and
determination to succeed. We look forward to watching them continue to progress in this
program and through their driving careers in the future.”
Porsche and Deluxe Corporation expand Female Driver Development Program in 2023
Porsche Motorsport North America and Deluxe Corporation extend Female Driver
Development initiative into the Porsche Sprint Challenge North America.
Chloe Chambers named Cayman class scholarship recipient.
Madeline Stewart named GT3 Cup recipient of scholarship.
Addition expands the Porsche commitment to female involvement in motorsports.
Porsche Motorsport North America and Deluxe Corporation have expanded the Female
Driver Development Program within the Porsche Motorsport Pyramid North America. The
announcement of Chloe Chambers and Madeline Stewart brings the support package
into the Porsche Sprint Challenge North America by Yokohama, the one-make
championship which prepares talent for a move up to the Porsche Deluxe Carrera Cup