From the day he was born, Chris Green was surrounded by fast cars and race tracks. Growing up in Montreal, his family was heavily involved in racing. His father owned an automotive repair shop specializing in German sports cars and Chris began in karts at the age of nine. This quickly transitioned from a fun weekend activity with the family to a full-time passion and commitment. Racing around the world, from Japan to Europe and all across North America, Chris quickly emerged as one of Canada’s up-and-coming talents, moving on to open wheel racing in the early 2000s.
Chris then transferred some of his focus and determination into building a career, becoming a young professional in the business world with a position at a local Canadian engineering consulting firm. Chris quickly made his mark, spending eight years at a Montreal-based design group where he grew a business unit division into a highly profitable service.
Chris never let go of his dream, however, and kept his wheels on the race track, competing in various levels of Porsche racing. In 2012, Chis decided to compete in his very first Canadian Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge race at Mosport, where he won twice that weekend.
Chris was offered to be the team race driver for Pfaff Automotive Partners, driving the #9 Castrol Pfaff Porsche 911 and has had a very successful return to professional motorsports. Having won the 2015 Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge championship, Chris has moved into a professional North American endurance series racing a McLaren 570SGT4 car in the IMSA Continental Touring Car Championships.
In 2015, Chris began working full time with Pfaff Automotive Partners as the Brand Manager for McLaren, Pagani and Singer Vehicles Design cars in Canada, and recently added to the corporate portfolio and his responsibilities, the BAC (Briggs Automotive Company) with their Mono 1 track focused vehicle. Chris has found his niche and is pursuing and living his dream, all the while enjoying sharing his passion for speed along with the greatest cars the modern world has to offer.