TruSpeed Motorsports, based in Costa Mesa California, wrapped up their 2012 Pirelli World Challenge season by placing all four of its drivers in the topRead more
TruSpeed Races on Home Turf at Long Beach Grand Prix
We’ve been happy to have a hand in promoting the circuit and the event as much as we have this year – it’s really an honor, and we’re excited to roll out of the truck and get to racing.”Read more
Aschenbach Kicks Off TruSpeed’s World Challenge Season With a Win.
Sunday’s race was a much more straightforward affair for Lawson, as he turned his pole position into the race lead heading into turn one, commanded every restart with authority and led every lap of the event.Read more
Costa Mesa’s TruSpeed Motorsports, puts cars in the top.
The team encountered slight gearbox problems on Urry’s #20 TruSpeed Porsche 911 GT3 Cup during race one, and swapped two of the ratios out in time for race two, the Porsche performing with trademark reliability in both races. Friday’s race went more closely to plan for the team with several caution periods shaking up the running orderRead more
OC Team – TruSpeed – Places 2nd at First 25 Hours at Thunderhill
Taking 2nd place, and making it a contest with the eventual winners – with their significantly higher budget and newer, faster car – absolutely exceeded our expectations.Read more
Long Clinches World Challenge GT Championship for TruSpeed Motorsports at Laguna Seca
Long, who was forced to carry an extra 200lbs. of “success” ballast stemming from his four prior wins and consistent top-five results, qualified 6th on Saturday and drove a consistent and conservative race to finished 5th on Sunday. Long’s closest competitor in the championship, James Sofronas, spun out with only two minutes left in the race, leaving Patrick a clear path to the title on the last lap.Read more
Laguna Seca visited by TruSpeed
We’re excited to hit the track this weekend.”Read more
Laguna Seca Race This Weekend
Patrick said, “No question, you feel 200 extra pounds in the Porsche, but the good news is that because the Series’ rules dictate that the top 5 finishers at each race gain success weight, effectively our main competition is getting closer to the weight of my car, as I’m maxed outRead more
TruSpeed Motorsports – Patrick Long Extends Championship Lead
Team manager Tyler Tadevic commented, “Really fantastic performance by the team, all around. Of all the available points for Patrick this weekend, we took all but three of them,…..Read more
TruSpeed Championship Lead!
Patrick said, “I think we’re only 7 pounds under the maximum ‘success’ penalty weight, and you can really feel it in the car. The TruSpeed boys gave me a great racecar this weekend and as a team, Rob, Tomy and I are really helping each other, sharing data on the cars and trying to collectively raise our game.Read more