Chris Ennis

Name: Christopher Ennis

Nickname: Wild Child


Birthday: 4/14/86

Hometown: Porterville, Ca

Team: Chris Ennis Racing

Owners: Allen & Susan Ennis

Car Number: 86

Class: 360 Non-wing Sprint

Crew Chief: Jeff Heusdens

Crew: Russell Silvas, Mike Hicks, Tim Beebe

Sponsors: Thread and Ink Sign Factory, B&B Transmissions, West Olive Welding, Witzel Pump Service, Skarphol Associates

Career Highlights: Chris began his racing career in Junior Sprints in 1998, racing tracks in Hanford, Lemoore, and Visalia.  In 1999 the NMMA Nationals
were held in Hanford, CA and had 38 cars from 14 different states across America, with both regional and tri-state champions in
attendance. Chris was able to Qualify 3rd and Finish 3rd in the A-Main, making him the fastest car West of the Mississippi.  Chris then
moved up and also raced a 125cc Midget along with his Junior Sprint.  In his years racing the NMMA Ennis had numerous heat,
trophy dash, and feature wins. Chris raced motorcycles from 2003-2004 doing well, taking home a First and Third in TT
Championships.  In 2005 Chris returned to racing on four wheels with karting.  Chris raced his kart on tracks all over Southern
California and Nevada.  In 2006 he took home 3rd Place in the BKC Championship in Senior Sportsman, and was able to Qualify 4th
in Senior Sportsman at the 2006 Nationals held in Fontana, CA.  Chris was also sitting 3rd in Senior Sportsman & 5th in Senior Super
Sportsman in the IKF Southwest Super Series Championship points in 2006, before exiting the series. In 2007 Chris began racing a
dirt IMCA Modified.  In 2008 Chris was Fourth in Bakersfield Speedway Championship points standings until a wreck at the Kevin
Harvick Race. This took Chris out for the remainder of the season, giving him 10th in the points standings and the 2008 Hard Luck
Award.  In 2009 Chris returned to his first racing love of Sprint Cars, with his new fuel injected 360ci “777” Sprint Car, in the Bandit