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IMSA Prototype Challenge

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PERFORMANCE TECH MOTORSPORTS FINISHES OUT IN FRONT AT SEBRING

Performance Tech Motorsports closed Round Two of the IMSA Prototype Challenge series at Sebring International Raceway having two cars finish out front after having the lineup challenge the top-10. The No. 7 Sobel At Home/Hotels.com Ligier JS P3 of Blake Mount and Max Hanratty finished the race fourth overall. Following closely behind were teammates Cameron … Continue reading

SCOTT HUFFAKER AND MIKE GUASCH JOIN PR1/MATHIASEN MOTORSPORTS IN SEBRING FOR PROTOTYPE CHALLENGE

PR1/Mathiasen Motorsports will officially expand its operations with a new LMP3 entry in the IMSA Prototype Challenge category this weekend at the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Presented by Advance Autoparts with drivers Scott Huffaker and Mike Guasch. Huffaker will be making his IMSA debut this weekend after winning the 2015 Pacific Formula 1600 … Continue reading

THE CASSELS: FAMILY TIME IN THE FAST LANE

Performance Tech Motorsports driver Cameron Cassels is forging a new kind of family bonding in motorsports. Cassels, British Columbia, is a business owner, a race car driver and a father of four. While a schedule as hectic as his would often leave little room for family time, Cassels children are fully immersed in his motorsports … Continue reading

SECOND CONSECUTIVE VICTORY FOR THE #4 ANSA MOTORSPORTS LIGIER JS P3 AT DAYTONA

4-5 January 2019, first race of the year, first round of the IMSA Prototype Challenge on Daytona International Speedway track, first pole position and first victory for Ligier. The #4 Ansa Motorsports Ligier JS P3 took the victory for the second year in a row. The #60 Wulver Racing Ligier JS P3 claimed third position. … Continue reading

A NEW YEAR’S EVOLUTION: PERFORMANCE TECH MOTORSPORTS HEADS TO THE WORLD CENTER OF RACING

Performance Tech Motorsports and its three LMP3 entries are set to compete in the inaugural IMSA Prototype Challenge endurance race this weekend at Daytona International Speedway. The 2019 season evolves the Prototype Challenge series further as the Mazda Prototype Challenge class is now retired, replaced solely by the closed cockpit LMP3. Performance Tech Motorsports is … Continue reading

PERFORMANCE TECH MOTORSPORTS ENDURING ENDURANCE

This season Performance Tech Motorsports faced trials and tribulations that many other race teams will never endure. Performance Tech moved to the top class of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Challenge, grew the IMSA Prototype Challenge program and suffered a loss no one saw coming. Team Principal Brent O’Neill and his crew have never let a … Continue reading

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