Collection: #13 Chris Wilcox
This Canadian Stock Car Driver is a Team in a Man
His car may not be pretty, he may be alone in his pit box, and he may never have as many tires as he'd like, but you can bet on finding driver Chris Wilcox behind everything from the steering wheel to the 'good under the hood.'
A compass-bearing surveyor by trade, Chris Wilcox walked a lot of miles through bog and bush (and played a lot of golf on days off) before taking a left turn with his lifestyle. He was living in Vermillion, Alberta when Eagle's Nest Lounge owner, Greg Maddex, introduced him to the joys of something a wee bit faster: racing. With a feature win in his first season in 2014, a spectacular crash that ended season 2015, and countless hours in the shop ever since, Wilcox never fails to show up with a working car on race day.
Stock car driver Chris Wilcox in the shop he built working on the tow truck (John Milner) he built to tow the race cars that he builds.
Racing is for Winners
Wilcox beefing up the culverts at his home track, Hythe Motor Speedway. Known as 'Lambchop' (Thanks Michelle!), the '77 T-Bird is seen here with a trophy. Wilcox in his Happy Place.
What Goes Around, Comes Around
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