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Pirelli World Challenge: Season Preview & COTA Entry, Major Growth

There’s little doubt that the Pirelli World Challenge has the potential for an exciting future.

The 25th anniversary season of the North American series was rung in by record car counts and increased participation from international drivers, marques and teams alike. What’s more, the World Challenge is set for further expansion in 2015.


The entry list across the GT and Touring Car classes for the opening round is well into three figures with 113 cars listed at present for the opening round.

Classes: More Entries and GT Cup

The top-echelon GT and GT-A categories are set to return with increase for the number and variety of cars on the entry list from 2014.

Open to a wide range of GT3 machinery, several teams have made the jump from other series, notably the Tudor Championship, to contest in the Pirelli World Challenge’s premier class.

Due to the influx of cars onto the GT/GT-A grids, GTS cars will compete in separate races this year. GTS is also expected to grow, with 20 cars already confirmed to compete in the class, some with backgrounds in IMSA-sanctioned series.

The new kids on the block, however, will be those competing in GT Cup presented by MOMO, an all-new for 2015 class utilizing Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (Type 991) cars. A completely spec class, GT Cup will be bound to Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup rules, expanding an already vast ladder system implemented by the Pirelli World Challenge. GT Cup will run alongside the GT/GT-A divisions in the race, but will be given a separate victory circle celebration. MOMO has been announced as the presenting sponsor for the class.

Three classes will once again be dedicated to Touring Cars, typically smaller, less powerful machines that come with a price tag more reasonable for smaller teams. TC, TCA, and TCB all make a return in 2015 with no major adjustments.

While all classes will be in attendance in the opening round in March, the same can’t be said for all races on the calendar. Also, for the three street circuits featured on the 2015 calendar, specific entry caps have been ushered in for the burgeoning GT/GT-A division in addition to GTS and the new GT Cup category, capped at 30, 20, and 10 cars, respectively. Space restrictions have been cited as culprits for both of these issues.

Schedule: Baku Invitational and More Standalone Weekends

The new season is set to kick off on March 6-8 at the world-renowned Circuit of the Americas, a 3.4-mile FIA Grade 1 circuit located in Austin, Texas which will provide the rising series with a much-needed standalone opening event. The Texas track, as tremendous in acclaim as it is in sheer scale, will make a welcomed return to the World Challenge ticket after hosting the third round of the 2013 season, less than a year after it was opened.

The streets of St. Petersburg, Florida, typically the site of the opening round of a new season, will host the second event of the year on March 27-29. The Pirelli World Challenge will function as support racing to the Verizon IndyCar Series, and won’t feature Touring Cars.


On April 17-19, the World Challenge will roar to life on the streets of Long Beach, California, the Los Angeles suburb set to host an upcoming Formula E race. IndyCar will once again be the headliner event, and GT/GT-A and GT Cup will be the only classes in attendance.

Continuing the circuit with IndyCar, the fourth round of the series will be held at the picturesque Barber Motorsports Park, located near Birmingham, Alabama. The race weekend will last from April 24-26 and will feature all classes except Touring Cars.

Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, near Toronto, Ontario, will anchor the fifth round of World Challenge racing on May 15-17, running alongside the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series. All classes will be in attendance as the SCCA’s finest make their one-and-only trip to Canada.

Only a recent addition to the 2015 calendar, the Pirelli World Challenge will compliment IndyCar racing once again on the streets of Belle Isle Park, a state park adjacent to downtown Detroit, Michigan with a rich history in motorsport. With action kicking off on May 29 and ending May 31, just in time to give drivers a chance to fly to France for the Le Mans Test Day, the Detroit round will also feature a live, 90-minute television broadcast of the GT/GT-A race. Due to space limitations, the competitors in the GT and GT-A classes will be the only ones representing World Challenge racing in Michigan.

The seventh round of an exciting season will take place at Road America, one of the nation’s most beloved circuits. Located in the scenic rolling hills of Wisconsin’s Kettle Moraine region, the four-mile behemoth is set to play as the second standalone event, with all classes in attendance. The weekend is slated for June 26-28.

The Pirelli World Challenge will make two separate stops to the historic Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in the 2015 season. The first visit will be in conjunction with the IndyCar Series, will run from July 31-August 2, and will feature the GT/GT-A divisions coupled with the GT Cup and GTS classes. The Touring Cars will arrive two weeks later, from August 14-16, and will run alongside the NASCAR Xfinity Series.


Rounds 16 and 17 of the GT/GT-A divisions will take place at last year’s season-ending venue, the enormous motorsport complex in the middle of a very salty desert: Miller Motorsports Park, the late Utah Jazz owner Larry H. Miller’s racing playground. The Tooele, Utah circuit is set to be the grounds of the third standalone event of the 2015 season, with all classes represented from August 21-23.


The penultimate round of the new Pirelli World Challenge season will be held at Sonoma Raceway, once again in conjunction with the IndyCar Series race there. The race weekend is set for August 28-30. Located a short drive from San Francisco, California, the 2.22-mile track nestled in the Napa Valley wine region will play host to GT/GT-A, GT Cup, and GTS racing.


On September 11-13, Mazda Raceway Laguna will come alive to the sounds of nearly 100 World Challenge racing machines as it hosts the final round of the season, a standalone event with all classes in attendance. The historic 2.2-mile circuit, located on a scenic peninsula not too far south of Sonoma Raceway, will certainly provide some exciting action, as the infamous ‘Corkscrew’ corner can surely attest to.

Champions will be crowned in Monterey, California, but the racing doesn’t stop there for the top teams in the Pirelli World Challenge, as they have a very special opportunity come October 24-25. The top three teams in GT points at the end of the 2015 season will get to travel to Baku, Azerbaijan for the Baku World Challenge to compete alongside the best in the Blancpain Sprint Series. Travel expenses will be paid by the Pirelli World Challenge, but teams are required to conform with Blancpain Sprint Series regulations, such as racing two drivers per car.

The street circuit event, set for its third consecutive running this year, runs around the wide, futuristic boulevards of a capital city very much at the crossroads between the eastern and the western world. The Baku World Challenge reflects a much larger goal in mind for what was once a small, regional series backed by a “grassroots” organization, the SCCA. President/CEO of the Pirelli World Challenge, Scott Bove, has made it clear that worldwide expansion is at the forefront of an expanding championship, hinting at an overseas race in 2016.

GT/GT-A: New Cars For Cadillac, McLaren, Nissan And Lamborghini


GT 2 Mike Skeen Charlotte, NC CRP Racing Audi R8 Hawk Performance
GT 3 Johnny O’Connell Flowery Branch, GA Cadillac Racing Cadillac ATS-VR GT3
GT 6 Robert Thorne Littleton, CO K-PAX Racing McLaren 650S GT3
GT 8 Andy Pilgrim Boca Raton, FL Cadillac Racing Cadillac ATS-VR GT3
GT 9 Kevin Estre Locmau, Austria K-PAX Racing McLaren 650S GT3
GT 14 James Sofronas Pound Ridge, NY GMG Audi R8 LMS Ultra GMG Racing/Spyder/Mobil 1
GT 16 Chris Dyson Pleasant Valley, NY Bentley Team Dyson Racing Bentley Continental GT3 Bentley/Breitling/Mobil1
GT 20 Butch Leitzinger Rebersburg, PA Team Bentley Dyson Racing Bentley Continental GT3 Bentley/Breitling/Mobil1
GT 21 Madison Snow GMG Racing Audi R8 LMS Ultra
GT 23 Guy Cosmo M1 Racing LLC Audi R8 LMS Ultra Tampa Bay Jaw Surgery Centers
GT 25 Nicky Catsburg Blancpain Racing Lamborghini Gallardo GT3 FL2
GT 28 Lou Gigliotti Plano, TX LG Motorsports Aston Martin GT3 V12 LG Motorsports
GT 31 Ryan Dalziel Windermere, FL EFFORT Racing Porsche 911 GT3R
GT 33 JD Davison St. Petesburg, FL AE Replay XD Nissan GT Academy Nissan GT-R-GT3 AE/ReplayXD/NISSAN NISMO GT-R GT3
GT 42 Peter Cunningham Milwaukee, WI RealTime Racing Acura TLX-GT RealTime/Acura Motorsports/HPD
GT 43 Ryan Eversley Atlanta, GA RealTime Racing Acura TLX-GT RealTime/Acura Motorsports/HPD
GT 61 Olivier Beretta Monte Carlo R. Ferri Motorsport Ferrari 458 GT3 Italia Ferrari of Ontario/Toronto/Alberta
GT 64 Duncan Ende Los Angeles, CA Scuderia Corsa Ferrari 458 Merchant Services LTD/Linospresso USA
GT 65 Mike Hedlund Woodside, CA Scuderia Corsa Ferrari 458 Italia


GTA 0 Marcelo Hahn Blancpain Racing – Lamborghini Gallardo Extenso R-EX
GTA 4 Jorge De La Torre Mexico De La Torre Racing Motor LLC Aston Martin Vantage V12
GTA 7 Christina Nielsen (R) Aarhus, Denmark TRG-AMR Aston Martin Vantage GT3
GTA 10 Henrik Hedman Ft. Lauderdale, FL DragonSpeed Mercedes-Benz AMG SLS GT3
GTA 19 Drew Regitz Denver, CO Stephen Cameron Racing Audi R8 LMS Ultra WWW.IRACERCOACHING.COM
GTA 30 Henrique Cisneros (R) Miami, FL NGT Motorsport Ferrari 458 MOMO
GTA 32 Bret Curtis Lake Sherwood, CA Turner Motorsport BMW E89 Z4 GT3 Spectra Resources/United Steel Supply
GTA 41 Michael Lewis (R) Laguna Beach, CA EFFORT Racing Porsche 911 GT3R
GTA 54 Timothy Pappas Boston, MA Black Swan Racing Mercedes AMG SLS GT3 Black River Caviar
GTA 62 Ricardo Perez (R) Mexico City, Mexico Risi Competizione Ferrari 458 GT3 Italia
GTA 66 Frank Montecalvo Highlands, NJ DragonSpeed Mercedes-Benz AMG SLS GT3 Bayshore Racing
GTA 76 Alex Welch Englewood, CO GMG Audi R8
GTA 80 Dan Knox Pilot Point, TX Lone Star Racing Dodge Viper GT3R ACS Manufacturing/Lone Star Racing
GTA 90 Joseph Toussaint (R) Houston, TX Autometrics Motorsports Porsche 911 GT3R National Ability Center
GTA 95 Bill Ziegler Ponte Verda, FL Turner Motorsport BMW E89 Z4 GT3 Swisher Racing
GTA 99 Jeff Courtney Milwaukee Wisconsin JCR Motorsports Audi R8 LMS Ultra Kenda/
GTA 05 Bryan Heitkotter Fresno, CA AE Replay XD Nissan GT Academy Nissan GT-R-GT 3
Nissan GT Academy GT-R
GTA 07 Martin Fuentes Mexico City, MX Scuderia Corsa Ferrari 458
GTA 08 Eric Lux Buffalo, NY DragonSpeed Mercedes-Benz AMG SLS GT3 Rembrandt Charms/Monticello Motor Club
GTA 09 Mark McKenzie TRG-AMR Aston Martin Vantage GT3

Almost 40 cars have already been confirmed for GT and GT-A at the opening round.

Reigning champions Cadillac Racing revealed in November 2014 a stunning new car, the first GT3 car for the marque: the Cadillac ATS-V.R GT3. Two of these 600-horsepower machines are set for a full season, with both Johnny O’Connell and Andy Pilgrim back behind the wheel.


Amongst Cadillac’s likely challengers are the two roaring, green and white Bentley Continental GT3s. Butch Leitzinger and Chris Dyson have been confirmed for a full season of racing as the British brand gets to contest in a full season of the Pirelli World Challenge.


RealTime Racing is another team set for a full season of racing after a delayed 2014 debut.

Two Acura TLX GTs will be piloted by returnee Peter Cunningham and new addition Ryan Eversley. As the silly season comes to a close, the eyes of the world are on the Milwaukee-based squad, the 14-time champions hoping to improve on a partial season in 2014 marred by mechanical problems and lack of pace. The four wheel drive tubeframed Acuras are the only top class entries not now conforming to the GT3 regulations.


Nissan’s iconic GT-R will feature on the grid with a two car entry under the Always Evolving Racing banner, the cars though will be prepped and run by AIM Autosport with a GT class car for James Davison and A GT-A entry for ex GT Academy North America winner Bryan Heitkotter who steps up from a Nissan 370Z last season. The cars will appear in a new black and turquoise very, previewed here with a picture seen on Twitter.


The Nissan’s will run in 2014 trim until Road America after a late go/ no go decision, this the result of an abortive attempt by Andretti Motorsports to field the entry.

There’s a duo of Lamborghini Gallardos entered by Hans Reiter under the Blancpain Racing banner, an FL2 for Nicky Catsburg in GT and a new Extenso R-EX for Brazilian Marcelo Hahn in GT-A, the latest and last GT3 version of the V10 engined Gallardo making its worldwide racing debut at COTA.


NGT Motorsport, Scuderia Corsa, and Flying Lizard Motorsports have all made the jump from full-season TUDOR Championship efforts to the Pirelli World Challenge GT/GT-A classes with Risi Competizione also entered with a GT-A class Ferrari for Ricardo Gomez alongside its TUSC GTLM commitments

Scuderia Corsa is set for Duncan Ende and Martin Fuentes to drive full season in GT, with Mike Hedlund doing partial season drives.

Flying Lizard Motorsports is set to operate K-PAX Racing’s two new McLaren 650S GT3 cars with Robert Thorne returning after some convincing form in last season’s MP4/12C GT3 and is joined in the second car by McLaren GT factory driver Kevin Estre. The Lizards have not confirmed plans for any further runs in the Tudor Championship after a single car effort at Sebring


Until a surprise announcement in January, Turner Motorsport was set to step away from TUSC too but the Massachusetts-based team will now defend their GTD title with a full season alongside a two car effort in Pirelli World Challenge: Bill Ziegler and Bret Curtis will pilot two GT-A entries with sponsorship from Swisher.


Black Swan Racing team owner and driver Tim Pappas won’t be the only one with a Mercedes Benz SLS AMG GT3 in 2015.

DragonSpeed, which ran Henrik Hedman’s Ferrari 458 GT3 last year, has announced intentions to field, along with one Porsche GT Cup car, no less than three GT-A Mercedes SLS AMG GT3s. Swedish-American Henrik Hedman returns alongside Eric Lux and Frankie Montecalvo.


Aston Martin will also have more representation in World Challenge racing this season, with both The Racers’ Group (TRG) and LG Motorsports fielding a car each in the GT/GT-A divisions. Christina Nielsen, who only raced on two weekends in the 2014 season, will return to TRG-AMR full-time this year in the GT class.

LG Motorsports, based in Plano, Texas, has entered Gigliotti himself as the driver for the #28 Aston Martin Vantage V12 GT3 entered in the GT class. Gigliotti will double up with an entry in a GT4 V8 Vantage in GTS too.

As expected, James Sofronas will pilot an Audi R8 LMS Ultra in the GT class with Global Motorsports Group (GMG) with Madison Snow in another similar Audi and Alex Welch in a third, this time in GT-A.

Other GT class returnees include EFFORT Racing, with a Porsche 911 GT3-R for Ryan Dalziel, and R. Ferri Motorsports with a Ferrari for none other than Olivier Beretta.

In GT-A, Stephen Cameron Racing will field one Audi R8 LMS Ultra with Drew Regitz behind the wheel. EFFORT Racing has also submitted a GT-A entry with another Porsche GT3 for Michael Lewis.


Jeff Courtney returns to the class in the #99 JCR Motorsports Audi R8 LMS Ultra, while Joseph Touissant will pilot an Autometrics Motorsports-run Porsche 997 GT3R. Lone Star Racing will return with Dan Knox at the controls of a Dodge Viper GT3R.

Beyond the cars listed for the COTA season opener there are other projects in the works, and other potential limited programmes looking set to join the fun!


GTS 10 Michael Cooper Syosset, NY Blackdog Speed Shop Chevrolet Z28
GTS 11 Tony Gaples Libertyville, IL Blackdog Speed Shop Chevrolet Z28 Blackdog Speed Shop
GTS 20 Andy Lee Colorado Springs, CO BestIT Racing Chevrolet Camaro
GTS 23 Vesko Kozarov Salt Lake City, UT Skullcandy Team Nissan Nissan 370Z Nissan/Skullcandy/Stance
GTS 28 Lou Gigliotti Dallas, Texas LG Motorsports Aston Martin Vantage GT4
GTS 32 Andrew Aquilante Chester Springs, PA Phoenix American Motorsports Ford Mustang Boss302 Calvert Dynamics/Phoenix Performance
GTS 33 Dan Martinson (R) Medina, MN Capaldi Racing Ford Boss302 Gear Tie/Nite Ize
GTS 34 Nick Esayian San Diego, CA Capaldi Racing Ford Mustang Boss 302 Travel Clean/Ford Motorsports/Derma 3/Special Operations Warrior Foundation/3D Carbon
GTS 35 Preston Calvert (R) Potomac, MD Phoenix American Motorsports Ford Mustang Boss302 Calvert Dynamics/Phoenix Performance
GTS 36 Ben Clucas Northhampton London Kinetic Motorsports / Kia Racing Kia Optima Kia Motors America
GTS 37 Kurt Rezzetano Phoenixville, PA Phoenix American Motorsports Ford Mustang Calvert Dynamics/Phoenix Performance
GTS 38 Mark Wilkins Toronto, ON Kinetic Motorsports / Kia Racing Kia Optima Kia Motors America
GTS 40 Geoff Reeves Cleveland BestIT Racing Chevrolet Camaro Shadow Works
GTS 50 Dean Martin Westland, MI Rehagen Racing/Picture Cars East Ford Boss 302 Picture Cars East
GTS 60 Jack Roush Jr Livonia, MI Capaldi Racing Ford Boss302 ROUSH Performance
GTS 62 Mark Klenin Lone Tree, CO Klenin Performance Racing Aston Martin GT4 Schomp Auto/Invisible Glass/Premier Copier
GTS 72 Buz McCall Boca Raton, FL GTSport Racing Porsche Cayman RESET-MD
GTS 73 Jack Baldwin Marietta, GA GTSport Racing Porsche Cayman RESET-MD
GTS 07 Max Riddle (R) Vancouver, Canada TRG-AMR Aston Martin Vantage GT4
GTS 09 Derek DeBoer Ashland, OR TRG-AMR Aston Martin Vantage GT4 BlackRiderRacing/Lex Tempus/BRM Chronographes

Lawson Aschenbach, the young man who took the GTS class by storm in 2014 and won the championship, will not defend his title in 2015.

The Blackdog Speed Shop Chevrolet Camaros will be piloted in 2-15 by Michael Cooper and team owner and driver Tony Gaples.

2014 Championship runner-up Jack Baldwin will also stick with what (almost) worked last year, piloting a GTSport-run Porsche Cayman S with Buz McCall as his teammate in the sister car.

Max Riddle and Derek DeBoer have been confirmed for Kevin Buckler’s two car TRG-AMR effort in GTS, piloting two Aston Martin Vantage GT4s. World Challenge veterans LG Motorsports return to competition with another Aston Martin Vantage GT4, with Lou Gigliotti driving alongside his GT-A entry.

Kia Racing/Kinetic Motorsports will fight for the championship this year after a reasonably successful 2014 season, which saw Mark Wilkins with a chance of the class title until a disastrous final weekend of the season which saw Wilkins fade to third in the driver’s championship.


Brit Ben Clucas replaces Nic Jonsson in the second Optima.

A total of seven Ford Mustang Boss 302s are confirmed for the World Challenge season opener. Phoenix American Motorsports will field a trio at COTA, with Andrew Aquilante, Preston Calvert and Kurt Rezzetano.

Capaldi Racing will enter two Mustangs, confirming Dan Martinson and Nick Esayian in Texas.

Dean Martin will again pilot the #50 Rehagen Racing Mustang, while Jack Roush, Jr. will run under the Roush Road Racing banner once again.

BestIT Racing will return to GTS in 2015, once again with Camaro, signing Geoff Reeves as the driver. KPR Racing for Klenin Performance Racing will enter an Aston Martin Vantage GT4 for Mark Klenin.

GT Cup Presented By MOMO

GT Cup 11 Colin Thompson (R) Doylestown, PA Kelly-Moss Motorsports Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Porsche of Bucks County
GT Cup 13 Lorenzo Trefethen (R) Napa, CA ANSA Motorsports Porsche 911 GT3 Cup
GT Cup 17 Alec Udell The Woodlands, TX GMG Porsche 911 GT3 Cup
GT Cup 18 Phill Fogg, Jr. Portland, OR TruSpeed Autosport Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Zoro/Truspeed
GT Cup 29 Eduardo Cisneros (R) Miami, FL NGT Motorsport Porsche 911 GT3 Cup MOMO
GT Cup 60 Santiago Creel (R) Mexico City Wright Motorsports Porsche 911 GT3 Cup UNIFIN EZCORP MEXICO
GT Cup 77 Preston Calvert (R) Potomac, MD Phoenix American Motorsports Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Calvert Dynamics/Phoenix Performance
GT Cup 81 Victor Gomez (R) San Juan, Puerto Rico DragonSpeed Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Porsche San Juan
GT Cup 97 Mitch Landry Lake Charles, LA Landry Racing Porsche 991 GT3 Cup Deep South/VersaCrane
GT Cup 02 Sloan Urry Salt Lake City, UT TruSpeed Autosport Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Engel & Volkers

It will be a ten car entry for COTA, with more expected to join the party later in the year.

Victor Gomez has been confirmed for DragonSpeed’s sole entry, the car featuring a ‘camo’ style livery (below) whilst Alec Udell is entered by GMG, another team running a GT Cup effort alongside their GT3 machinery.


Phil Fogg, Jr. and Sloan Urry make up a two car TruSpeed Autosport attack.

NGT Motorsport will field a car for class sponsor Eduardo Cisneroswhilst Kelly Moss enter a single car too for Colin Thompson.

The class is completed by single car entries from ANSA Racing, Landry Racing and Wright Motorsports.

Touring Car Classes COTA Entry


TCA 5 Neal de Paz (R) Daytona Beach, FL NDP Motorsports Honda CIvic
TCA 22 Kevin Anderson Huntington Station, NY Tech Sport Racing Mazda RX8
TCA 23 Robby Foley (R) Randolph, NJ Tech Sport Racing Mazda RX8
TCA 34 Kris Wright (R) Pittsburgh, PA Kinetic Motorsports Kia Forte Koup Wright Automotive Group
TCA 36 Jason Wolfe Mount Vernon, Ohio Kinetic Motorsports Kia Forte Koup Wolfe Trucking
TCA 38 Samantha Tan (R) Gormley Ontario Kinetic Motorsports Kia Forte Koup
TCA 49 Patrick Seguin Ottawa, ON Branden Peterson Racing Honda Civic Si Let’s Hug It Out
TCA 71 TBA Compass360 Racing Honda Civic Si Honda Performance Development
TCA 72 TBA Compass360 Racing Honda Civic Si Honda Performance Development
TCA 86 Tony Rivera Vista, CA Brass Monkey Racing Scion FR-S Eurotech


TCB 2 Van Svenson (R) Hyde Park, NY Hack Racing Chevrolet Sonic TBA
TCB 4 Timothy Mincey Sr (R) Port St Lucie,Florida MINCEY RACING Honda Fit Dietrich’s Native Stay/Slyon Studios/P2R Power Rev Racing/OHL/Community Asphalt
TCB 7 Jason Fichter Jupiter, FL Breathless Racing MINI Cooper Surf Fire & Security
TCB 8 P.J. Groenke Toronto P.J. Groenke Racing MINI Cooper Gold/Clairhaven Ltd/Martinrea International Inc/Pelto Agri Investments/Warp Speed Computers Inc.
TCB 9 Chris Holter Rochester, MN Breathless Performance Mazda 2 Fuel Clothing/Spy Optics/Go Puck
TCB 25 Johan Schwartz Huntersville, NC Tech Sport Racing Chevy Sonic
TCB 27 Marc Sherrin (R) Lucas, TX Gspeed Ford Fiesta GSpeed/Steadfast Funding
TCB 48 Tom Noble Medina, MN 4R Motorsports MINI Cooper West Real Estate
TCB 55 James Wilson Kyle, TX Black Armor Helmets Mazda Mazda2
TCB 57 Andrei Kisel North Vancouver MINI Cooper
TCB 58 Glenn Nixon Mission, BC MINI Cooper Prosports
TCB 59 Wei Lu (R) Richmond,BC,Canada MINI Cooper Prosports/
TCB 63 Jeremy Rohan (R) Sugar Land, TX GSpeed Ford Fiesta
TCB 95 Steve Taake Houston, TX Black Armor Helmets Mazda 2 Black Armor Helmets/MAZDASPEED

Beck Duggleby/ Graham Goodwin