BIO:Max Riddle started karting when he was fourteen, and competed in the North American Stars of Karting series. While karting Riddle earned a spot on the Canadian Rotax team and traveled to Portugal to compete in the Rotax Karting World Finals, which consisted of the best kart racers from all around the world. That experience was priceless and extremely valuable. Karting was also a great way to learn the basics of racing and car set up. After karting, Max competed in the Skip Barber Western Formula car series and Skip Barber MX-5 sports car races. Skip Barber was a huge stepping-stone for his racing career. Following his Barber Western Formula car and MX-5 events, Riddle moved to the Mazda MX-5 Playboy Cup where he competed in four races. From there Riddle made a foray into rally driving. After competing in the entire 2014 Continental Tire Sportscar Challenge season with teammate Kris Wilson, Riddle qualified on pole position at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, then went on to break the track’s GTS record finishing the race in 2nd place. In 2015 Riddle took home a first place finish on the same Canadian course in Pirelli World Challenge. 2016 Sees Riddle partnering again with mentor Kris Wilson to take on the tremendous talent in Pirelli World Challenge's Sprint X series.