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SOMETHING OLD AND SOMETHING NEW FOR PERFORMANCE TECH MOTORSPORTS AT THE ROLEX 24

Performance Tech Motorsports is bringing a power-packed driver lineup for the Rolex 24 At Daytona. Performance Tech Motorsports enters the 2021 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season with its signature red and black, No. 38 entry for the seventh year. However, much of the nostalgia ends there. The team welcomes a brand-new lineup featuring drivers Cameron Cassels, Rasmus Lindh, Mateo Llarena and Ayrton Ori … Continue reading

PERFORMANCE TECH MOTORSPORTS FINISHES THIRD AT SEBRING AFTER 12 HOURS OF ADVERSITY

Performance Tech Motorsports ends the 2020 season with champagne showers and a third-place finish at its home track. Serving as an unprecedented season finale it was clear that the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Presented by Advanced Auto Parts would be even more trying and ruthless than usual. On top of close battles and … Continue reading

NEW TRIO FOR PERFORMANCE TECH MOTORSPORTS

Performance Tech Motorsports welcomes Don Yount, Patrick Byrne and Guy Cosmo to their car for the Twelve Hours of Sebring. The Florida based team heads to its home track with a stacked lineup for the 2020 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season finale at Sebring International Raceway. Boasting two Mobil 1 Twelve Hours wins, the team … Continue reading

PERFORMANCE TECH MOTORSPORTS BACK IN LMP2 AT PETIT LE MANS

Performance Tech Motorsports welcomes new faces for the Petit Le Mans with the No. 38 Oreca LMP2 in the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. Following a short hiatus from the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship the No. 38 makes its return this weekend at MICHELIN Raceway Road Atlanta. The driver lineup features three new faces to the team; … Continue reading

LMP3 TO JOIN IMSA WEATHERTECH SPORTSCAR CHAMPIONSHIP IN 2021

Performance Tech Motorsports IMSA Prototype Challenge drivers are moving into the spotlight in 2021 as the LMP3 series joins the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship as a new class. Along with the release of the 2021 season schedule, IMSA announced the addition of the LMP3 Class to the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. The IMSA Prototype Challenge series … Continue reading

PERFORMANCE TECH MOTORSPORTS TO MISS THE 6 HOUR ENDURO AT ROAD ATLANTA

Performance Tech Motorsports has withdrawn from the IMSA race at MICHELIN Raceway Road Atlanta due to circumstances surrounding COVID-19. The Deerfield Beach based team will skip Round 2 of the MICHELIN Endurance Cup after reviewing the mandated quarantine and travel restrictions that directly affect crew and drivers. The mandated quarantines along with the added risk … Continue reading

PERFORMANCE TECH MOTORSPORTS SET FOR ROAD AMERICA

Performance Tech Motorsports is back in its groove with the IMSA summer racing schedule continuing at Road America, July 31-Aug. 2. The team heads to Road America with its two IMSA Prototype Challenge entries and one IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship entry for the second race post-pandemic hiatus. The 14 Turn, 4.048-mile track represents the longest … Continue reading

SCENE TWO, TAKE TWO, FOR PERFORMANCE TECH MOTORSPORTS

Performance Tech Motorsports is hitting play on the 2020 IMSA season at Sebring International Raceway following sixth months on pause due to COVID-19. The Deerfield Beach-based team heads to its home track with two Ligier JS P3 entries in IMSA Prototype Challenge and one ORECA 07 LMP2 in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. Sebring International … Continue reading

MARCH ON: AN INSIDE LOOK AT THE SCHEDULE CHANGE

Current events have left the global motorsports paddock with caveats in the 2020 schedule. Performance Tech Motorsports is finding normalcy amidst the haze. The LMP2 race season consists of eight event weekends across nine months. Each event requires at minimum one day of travel each way, three days spent at-track and ten days of preparation … Continue reading

PATIENCE AND EXHILARATION: PERFORMANCE TECH MOTORSPORTS MATURE DRIVERS LIVES IN THE FAST LANE

Performance Tech Motorsports drivers Cameron Cassels and Don Yount are reaching a new prime in life and show no signs of slowing down. Age is the one numerical value the motorsports realm overlooks, though numbers rule most of the racing world. For the 2020 season, the pair of 51-year-old men are set to share the … Continue reading

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