Continental Tire Challenge

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Dancing With The Classics

CJ WIlson Racing's Till Bechtolsheimer loves racing classic and historic cars. He embraces the challenge of narrow tires, live axles, leaf springs, drum brakes, non-stop wheel spin, pre-selector transmissions, turbo lag and the numerous other characteristics of cars dating from the thirties to the early eighties. 

McLaren’s Speedy First Impression

After IMSA announced in August 2016 that the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge would see a transition to the GT4 technical specifications in its Grand Sport (GS) class, there was a wave of excitement throughout the racing world about what the changes would bring.

Two races into the season, GS has seen a bolstered number of cars battle on track, but there has been one newcomer in particular that has caught the eye of many- the McLaren GT4.

Murillo Racing Teammates Ready to Make Most of Home Race

It’s been a promising start to the 2017 IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge season for Murillo Racing teammates Eric Foss and Jeff Mosing.

Looking to capitalize off last year’s success – two victories, three podiums and a second-place finish in the final point standings – the No. 56 Porsche Cayman teammates have already shown their strength in the Street Tuner (ST) class in 2017. The duo piloted the car to a second-place finish at the season-opening BMW Endurance Challenge at Daytona and then followed that up with another strong performance at Sebring, finishing third.

Coopetition In Sports Car Racing

Written by Aurora Straus

*Aurora Straus reflects on the Continental Tire Challenge race at Sebring and a competitor’s show of sportsmanship towards a rival coming to the finish line

Bloum and Straus Combine Experience, Youth to Make Waves in Continental Tire Challenge

The IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge has long been a series that features a mixture of veteran, championship-winning drivers trading paint with young, eager racers looking to make an impression on the sports car racing world.

Rennsport One, or RS1, happens to showcase both combinations on the same team.

In the Street Tuner (ST) class, the No. 17 RS1 Porsche Cayman driven by Nick Galante and Spencer Pumpelly won the 2016 ST championship with three victories and stood atop the podium just three weeks ago at Sebring International raceway.

2017 Visit Sebring 120 Broadcast


Ford Gets 50th Continental Tire Challenge Series Win at Sebring with Buford, Maxwell

The question caught Scott Maxwell, driver of the No. 60 KohR Ford Mustang in the Grand Sport class of the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge.


So, Scott, how many laps do you figure you have around a racetrack in Mustangs?


Maxwell thought for a moment. “Thousands. I have no idea, but it has to be way into the thousands.”


No doubt.


Manufacturer Battle Resumes As Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge Moves to Sebring

Half as long, but twice as tough?

Yeah, that’s pretty much what most competitors think about Friday’s Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge Sebring 120, the second event in the series’ 2017 race schedule.

The season opener was the BMW Endurance Challenge at the smooth Daytona International Speedway on January 27. It was a four-hour race, much longer than usual for the Continental Tire Challenge competitors.

Dean Martin and Jack Roush Jr. To Drive The No. 59 Mustang At Sebring

KohR Motorsports and ROUSH Performance are teaming up to field the No. 59 NanoProMT Mustang at Sebring in the GS class of the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge driven by Dean Martin and Jack Roush Jr.