Check out this status report on the entries in the GTS class for Pirelli World Challenge as of today from Sportscar365.com . It is shaping up to be a very competitive field. Click here to read the article.
At Phoenix American Motorsports, design phase is coming to a close for the Porche GT3 Cup car that will Preston Calvert will run in the Pirelli World Challenge in 2015.
Matt Kistler from NASportsCar.com took some time to interview Joe Aquilante, Team Principal of Phoenix American Motorsports about their exiting new PWC campaigns for 2015. Read the full interview here.
Phoenix American Motorsports and Calvert Dynamics to Run GT Cup and GTS in a Multi-Class Pirelli World Challenge Effort Nov. 28, 2014 Phoenixville, PA – Phoenix American Motorsports, a Phoenixville, PA-based sports car team, in collaboration with Calvert Dynamics, will enter the Pirelli World Challenge for 2015 with a multi-class, multi-car assault. SCCA five-time National
Phoenix Performance has been featured in Racer Magazine in an article about the team’s entry into the 2015 Pirelli World Challenge. Team principal Joe Aquilante had this to say about entering the Pirelli World Challenge in 2015. “Pirelli World Challenge offers a compelling value for us when you add together its TV and media
Andrew Aquilante, of Phoenixville, Pa., has defended an SCCA National Championship for the second time this week, repeating in GT-2 at the SCCA National Championship Runoffs on Saturday in a route. Spencer Trenery, of Berkeley, Calif., and Mark Boden, Winnetka, Ill., ran second and third at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. Aquilante drove his No.
Phoenix American Motorsports had a pretty good day at Indy! We finished 5th (car #32) and 6th (car #35), and were the highest placed Mustangs. Kurt Rezzetano started #32 in P8, and Preston Calvert started #35 in P20. The #32 car ran as high as first and the #35 as high as 4th in the
The Phoenix American Motorsports #32 and #35 cars finished today’s Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge race 11th and 12th, respectively. The #32 car was started in P5 by Kurt Rezzetano and was running in that position until a penalty incurred during a fuel stop, which dropped it well back. Andrew Aquilante worked the car back
Phoenix American Motorsports had a successful weekend at Watkins Glen International Raceway, with the #32 Ford Mustang Boss 302R driven by Kurt Rezzetano and Andrew Aquilante finishing 5th in the race, after also qualifying 5th. The #35 car, driven by Preston Calvert and John Yarosz started 17th, and finished 18th, after surviving the aftermath of
The Phoenix American Motorsports IMSA Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge team had its most successful outing of the 2014 season at Kansas Speedway on Saturday night, June 7, 2014. Kurt Rezzetano started the #32 Ford Mustang Boss 302R from 22nd place in the grid, and quickly moved up through the rest of the field.