Kyle LeDuc


Kyle LeDuc (40), joined Chip Ganassi Racing (CGR) and its new Extreme E entry in 2021 as the reigning 2020 Pro-4 Champion in the Champ Off Road series. In 2020, LeDuc was very successful with six wins which brought his career-record to an astonishing 105 victories. 


LeDuc entered the Pro-4 category in 2008 and has since won seven Pro-4 Championships, 1- Prolite title and 6- Pro-4 titles, with his first in 2012 and finishing out the 2020 season with his most recent championship win.


Titles became the norm for LeDuc as he continued to achieve a career-total of three LOORRS Challenge Cup wins, two Pro-4 World Championships, and two LOORRS Driver of the Year titles. LeDuc has also competed in several Trophy Truck races with great success including the 2016 Baja 1000 where he qualified first and started first on the road and finished fifth in his first ever attempted Trophy Truck race.


At the age of 20, LeDuc, nicknamed “The Kid”, was the youngest active driver in off-road racing and became the 2003 Prolite World Champion at Crandon International Raceway then Prolite Champion the following year. Not only is LeDuc one of the best in off-road, he has the mind of an engineer and builds his own race vehicles from the ground up. The LeDuc name is synonymous in off road from his Father Curt Leduc along with his older brother Todd LeDuc. Racing is in his blood and the results and determination best show that.  

About Kyle LeDuc

Team: Chip Ganassi Racing No 99
Birthday: July 29, 1981
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Residence: Fairhope, Al
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Car: No. 99 Odyssey 21
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