911 GT3 Cup
Becoming a professional race car driver is a lot like becoming a rock star: talent can only get you so far, and then you need to be discovered. For every Michael Schumacher, Jimmie Johnson or Sebastian Loeb, there are probably dozens of equally-skilled but anonymous racers taking to tracks around the world each weekend. In today’s competitive motorsports environment, being fast is only the first step of a multi-tiered path to employment. Equally important is marketability, since no one wants to back a driver who can’t sell products and services. Worse, few teams are willing to...
Brumos To Build Limited Edition Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Race Car
When it comes to racing Porsches in North America, the name Brumos is the stuff of legend. The Jacksonville, Florida dealership has been building winning Porsche race cars for the better part of five decades, and it’s now working with Porsche Motorsport North America to offer a special...Kurt Ernst