Continental Tire Challenge

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Bodymotion Racing Looking for Consistency in Grand Sport

Just three races into the 2017 Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge season and it’s already been a roller coaster ride for the No. 12 Bodymotion Racing Porsche Cayman GT4 team.

Returning as co-drivers, Trent Hindman and Cameron Cassels have proven to be a fast duo in the Grand Sport (GS) class, as evidenced by their win in the season-opening BMW Endurance Challenge at Daytona. The race was Cassel’s first at Daytona International Speedway after joining the team at Sebring in 2016, and the series’ first four-hour endurance race.

IMSA Finalizes Cooperation Agreement with WSC for TCR International

Officials from the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) and World Sporting Consulting (WSC) as the rights holder for TCR today confirmed plans for a TCR class to begin competing in the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge beginning in 2018.

Catching Up with Marine Veteran Liam Dwyer for Memorial Day Weekend

Flashback to Memorial Day weekend three years ago.

In dramatic fashion, Liam Dwyer claimed his first victory in the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge at his home track, Lime Rock Park. The former Marine and his co-driver Tom Long, bested the other Street Tuner (ST) class competitors for the victory in their No. 27 Freedom Autosport Mazda MX-5.

The Chevrolet Camaro’s Conti Return

The brand new GT4.R, run by 2015 Grand Sport champions Stevenson Motorsports, brings even more excitement to an already incredible series.


History Repeats Itself for Matt Plumb in 2017

Longtime IMSA driver Matt Plumb found himself atop two different leaderboards after the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge race at Circuit of The Americas (COTA) two weeks ago.

2017 Circuit of The Americas 120 Broadcast

Watch the full broadcast of the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge race from Circuit of The Americas.


Bodymotion Moving On Up

Friday’s IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge Circuit of The Americas 120 wreaked havoc for several drivers and teams near the top of the Grand Sport (GS) class point standings.

Both CJ Wilson Racing entries, which entered the weekend 1-2 in points, encountered problems in the race. The team’s No. 35 Porsche Cayman GT4 shared by Damien Faulkner and Russell Ward retired due to a crash, while the No. 33 Porsche co-driven by Marc Miller and Till Bechtolsheimer battled to an eighth-place result.

McLaren, Plumb Make Continental Tire Challenge History with COTA Win

McLaren has already made plenty of headlines in the world of motorsport, but earned another one Friday at Circuit of The Americas.

The manufacturer, competing in just its third IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge race since joining the series at the beginning of the 2017 season, picked up its first series victory in the Circuit of The Americas 120 courtesy of co-drivers Matt Plumb and Paul Holton in the No. 76 C360R McLaren GT4.

CJ Wilson Racing Enters Home Weekend As Continental Tire Challenge Points Leaders

The IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge race at Circuit of The Americas is one of the races annually circled on the calendar for CJ Wilson Racing. Not only has the 3.4-mile road course been one of the team’s best tracks since the series started racing there in 2013, it’s also a home race for the Austin, Texas-based operation.

Pumpelly Focused on Defending Continental Tire Challenge Street Tuner Title

Spencer Pumpelly has been recognized for being one of the best professional GT racers in the United States for more than a decade, but – believe it or not – it wasn’t until the end of the 2016 IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge Street Tuner (ST) season last fall at Road Atlanta that he earned his first championship, co-driving the No. 17 RS1 Porsche Cayman to the title with Nick Galante.