Active Drivers

Andy Priaulx
Andrew “Andy” Priaulx, MBE, is a British professional racing driver from Guernsey. He is a European Touring Car champion, three times World Touring Car champion, and the only FIA Touring Car champion to win an International-level title for four consecutive years (2004 to 2007).
Austin Cindric
Cindric, 19, was a teammate of Briscoe’s at Brad Keselowski Racing in 2017 and won his first major NASCAR race in September at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. That helped him qualify for the inaugural NCWTS Playoffs, where he advanced to the Championship 4 at Ford Championship Weekend and finished third.  Cindric has road racing experience, including a successful run in Multimatic Motorsport’s Ford Shelby GT350R-C program.
Billy Johnson
In the past 5 years, Billy has more victories and top-3 podium finishes than any driver in the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge (CTSCC) Series with 14 wins, 34 podiums, and 41 top five finishes.
Chad McCumbee
Born and raised in Supply, North Carolina, Chad McCumbee began his racing career in 1995 at just 10 years old. Chad found early success behind the wheel of a go-kart and his career would continue to flourish as he moved up the NASCAR ladder. Chad would jump to sportscar racing in 2012, and quickly earned his first ST IMSA CTSC Drivers’ championship in 2015.
Chase Briscoe
Briscoe, 23, was announced as the first driver of Ford Performance’s Driver Development Program last year and he’s coming off a season that saw him take home his share of honors in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. He won the Sunoco Rookie of the Year and Most Popular Driver awards after qualifying for the series Playoffs and winning the Ford 200 season-finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Cole Custer
Custer, 19, enjoyed a standout rookie season in the NASCAR XFINITY Series for the newly-formed team at Stewart-Haas Racing. He had a solid Playoff run that saw him advance to the Round of 8 and win his first series race in the season-ending Ford 300.
Harry Tincknell
Harry Tincknell switched from single-seaters to sports cars in 2014. In error-free style, Harry helped earn the LMP2 category win at Le Mans that same year...
Jade Buford
Jade Buford competed in the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge in 2012 with Multimatic Motorsports co-driver Tonis Kasemets. He finished 11th in the GS class driver’s championship points in 2012.
Olivier Pla
Olivier Pla’s reputation as an LMP2 frontrunner follows his rise through the junior formulae, beginning in the 2000 Formula Campus series in France, and progressing through Formula 3 and GP2 before a successful switch to prototypes. Highlights include an LMP2 win at Le Mans in 2009, and 2013-season podiums in the WEC and at Le Mans.
Scott Maxwell
Toronto's Scott Maxwell has played a key role in Multimatic's greatest victories across the globe. His championship pedigree includes winning titles in Formula Vee (1984), Ontario Formula Ford 1600 (1985 and 1986), Canadian National Showroom Stock (1992 and 1993) and Grand-Am Cup (2002 and 2008).
Sebastian Priaulx
Born and raised in Guernsey, Priaulx has been competing in motorsport for over a decade. Starting at just eight years old, he claimed multiple karting titles before transition to car-racing in 2016. Priaulx has enjoyed a fantastic rise up the ranks, winning the Winter Series title and finishing as overall vice-champion during a two year spell in the Ginetta Junior Championship, before winning races in single-seaters in the F4 British Championship.
Stefan Mücke
A 24 Hours of Le Mans veteran, Mücke brings race experience spanning single-seaters, DTM, prototypes, and international GT racing.
Tony Kanaan
Tony teamed up with 2016 FIA WEC double race winners Andy Priaulx and Harry Tincknell in the #69 Ford Chip Ganassi UK Ford GTLM for the 2017 Daytona 24.
Ty Majeski
Majeski, 23 and a former three-time ARCA Midwest Tour champion, made his debut with Roush Fenway Racing in the NASCAR XFINITY Series in 2017 and competed three times. He qualified in the Top 10 for each event and finished the year on a high note with a 10th-place run in Homestead.