Performance Motorsports Group, the Ofﬁcial Factory Supported Ginetta Team, is forming a premier customer racing program for the 2017 season which will be headquartered out of the PMG Autosport headquarters in New Braunfels, Texas.
The Texas-based team scored eight podium ﬁnishes and the “Rookie of the Year” championship in 2016 with young talent Parker Chase and Harry Gottsacker behind the wheel of the team’s two GINETTA G55 GT4 race cars. With such a great season under their belt, PMG has decided to expand beyond a two-car factory supported program and is accepting applications from drivers looking to join a championship caliber GINETTA Factory Supported Customer Racing Program.
Currently, Performance Motorsports Group (PMG) is only accepting applications for a total of 3 seats in Pirelli World Challenge competition. One seat is available for GTS sprint races and two available for GTS Sprint-X events. Options are available for full-season entries or race-by-race entries, depending on the customer’s needs.
“I could not be more excited about 2017 and beyond. Starting our GINETTA Factory supported Customer Racing Program 2017. It’s going to be an exciting year to be a part of PMG-GINETTA. You will not ﬁnd better resources and product in the paddock. Truly proud of what we have put together to develop our North American GINETTA Factory Supported Customer Racing Program.,” stated Performance Motorsports Group’s Stuart Robinson.
PMG is currently only accepting applications for three open seats. For more information on Performance Motorsports Group and GINETTA Cars visit www.performancemotorsportsgroup.com and www.ginetta.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org to begin the application process.
About Performance Motorsports Group:
PMG is dedicated to being one of the top professional teams in the sport. PMG is partnered with GINETTA Cars as the GINETTA North American Factory Supported Team and North American Customer Racing Program for the U.S. based market in the GT3 and GT4 categories.
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