Dueck began at the age of ten years his motorsport career in karting and was active until 2008 in this sport. In 2006 he made his debut in Formula racing and was fourth in the Formula Russell. In 2007 he took part in two races in the Skip Barber National Championship.
Dueck in 2008 moved to Europe and was two years in the Italian Formula Renault at the start. After he had finished his first season on the 27 championship course, 2009 he won a championship run and finished the season off on the fifth overall. In 2010, Dueck part in three race weekends of the Italian Formula 3 Championship and was 22nd in the Drivers' Championship. In addition, he appeared in this season to a race of the Le Mans Series.
2011 took Dueck first no cockpit. Finally, the middle of the year he returned to North America and took on Goree Multisports part in an Indy Lights race weekend. At the end of the season he finished in 25th place in the championship.
At the age of four years moved Duecks family moved to Abbotsford, British Columbia, when he grew up.
- 2008: Italian Formula Renault ( 27th place )
- 2009: Italian Formula Renault ( 5th place)
- 2010: Italian Formula 3 ( 22nd place)
- 2010: Le Mans Series LMP2
- 2011: Indy Lights ( number 25 )