Max Chilton
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Max Chilton

1991-04-21 (age 29)
Team Carlin
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Chilton leads Carlin 1-2 on second day at Sebring

Carlin-Chevrolet stayed on for a second day of IndyCar testing at Sebring and added a second car, as Max Chilton joined Felipe Nasr and edged him by 0.06sec to hit the top spot.

Chilton: “Life is to be enjoyed, and I don’t enjoy oval racing”

Carlin’s Max Chilton has spoken candidly about why he has quit oval racing in the NTT IndyCar Series – and why he made Indy an exception.

Chilton returns to Carlin IndyCar for select races

Carlin Racing has confirmed it will enter its third full season in the NTT IndyCar Series with Max Chilton driving the Gallagher-sponsored #59 Chevrolet at all 12 road and street courses and the Indianapolis 500.

Chilton quits IndyCar ovals for 2019, Daly joins Carlin for Texas

Conor Daly will join Carlin-Chevrolet for this weekend’s DXC Technology 600 at Texas Motor Speedway, as Max Chilton has decided to halt his oval-racing campaign at least for this season.

Gallery: IndyCar testing at Laguna Seca

Friday’s test was rained out after lunch, but over the morning session's 4.5 hours, 21 of the projected 24-25 cars hit the track, with Max Chilton’s Carlin-Chevrolet emerging fastest. Here are images from top-rank U.S. open-wheel racing’s first visit to Laguna Seca since March 2007.

Chilton leads morning IndyCar test session at Laguna Seca

Former Formula 1 racer Max Chilton put Carlin Racing on top of the NTT IndyCar Series lap speeds in the first top-rank open-wheel test at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca since Champ Car Spring Training in 2007.

IndyCar’s big questions of 2019

As the NTT IndyCar Series gathers at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca for the first large group test of 2019, David Malsher looks at some of the main topics to watch in the season ahead.

Chilton gets second IndyCar season with Carlin

Ex-Formula 1 driver Max Chilton will remain with the Carlin team for the 2019 IndyCar season.

Max Chilton: “I’m driving the best I’ve ever driven”

With Carlin Racing regularly contending for Top 10 places in its very first season of IndyCar, Max Chilton tells David Malsher what he hopes to achieve this year and what he feels the team is still missing.

Carlin “really proud” of IndyCar team progress in rookie season

Trevor Carlin says his team’s gradual improvements in the opening half of its first IndyCar season have left him proud of not only his drivers but also the pitcrews.

Carlin on IndyCar: “We’re now where we wanted to be at the start”

Trevor Carlin says his rookie IndyCar team is gaining traction in the series, after Long Beach saw him get its best grid position and best finish of the season at Long Beach.

Carlin drivers have mixed views over IndyCar debut

Charlie Kimball says that Carlin's first race in the 2018 IndyCar series was disappointing because the team should be fighting for podiums, but Max Chilton said it was an acceptable first showing.

IndyCar 2018 – a team-by-team guide

Who can we expect to see challenging Team Penske for the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series championship, and what are the achievable targets for all the teams in a season of technical upheaval? David Malsher is your guide.

Carlin IndyCar drivers “surprised by how sketchy the cars are”

Despite suffering electrical gremlins, Trevor Carlin says his team is satisfied with its first day of testing an IndyCar on an oval – but said Charlie Kimball and Max Chilton were “shocked” by the reduced downforce from the new aerokits.

Chilton confident Carlin can exploit restricted preseason track time

Despite Carlin’s inaugural IndyCar test starting only today, Max Chilton is confident that if any team can overcome the tight timescale before the season begins in St. Petersburg in March, it’s Trevor Carlin’s squad.

Carlin “excited and quite emotional” after first IndyCar test

New IndyCar team owner Trevor Carlin says it was a moving experience to see Max Chilton and Charlie Kimball embark on the team’s first shakedown test with a Dallara-Chevrolet at Homestead-Miami road course.

Carlin expects "tough birth" in 2018 IndyCar season

Trevor Carlin says that his eponymous team will likely have a “tough birth” in the 2018 IndyCar season because he estimates it was six weeks behind schedule at launch.

Carlin enters IndyCar with two-car team for Kimball, Chilton

Carlin has confirmed it will join IndyCar in 2018 using Chevrolet engines and running ex-Chip Ganassi Racing drivers Charlie Kimball and Max Chilton.

Watkins Glen IndyCar: Top 10 quotes after race

Alexander Rossi led a 1-2-3 Honda sweep of the podium Sunday at the INDYCAR Grand Prix of the Glen

Pocono IndyCar: Top 10 quotes after qualifying

Takuma Sato took pole position for tomorrow’s ABC Supply 500 Verizon IndyCar Series event on the 2.5-mile Pocono Raceway

Toronto IndyCar: Top 10 quotes after race

Josef Newgarden follows familiar path to Honda Indy Toronto to score his second victory of the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season

Toronto IndyCar: Top 10 quotes after qualifying

First Pole of the season for defending Verizon IndyCar Series Champion

Jul 9, 2017

IndyCar drivers say F1-style Shield is the way forward

Will Power, James Hinchcliffe, Charlie Kimball and Max Chilton believe a version of the Formula 1 Shield will be “the way forward” for IndyCar safety, without robbing it of its open-cockpit roots.

Road America IndyCar: Top 10 quotes after race

Dixon captures prized Road America win, 41st victory of Indy car career