1999

1999

– Debut of Lola B98/10 World Sports Car. Competed in selected events including Atlanta, Donington and Mosport, qualifying in the top ten against factory supported efforts and a ninth place overall finish at Mosport.

– Ongoing Nicholson McLaren Twin Turbo engine development of Lola B98/10 with objective to compete in full Sports Car schedule in 2000.

– Campaigned three Ford Mustang Cobras in the Motorola Cup North American Street Stock Championship.

– Won Ford’s first ever Manufacturer’s Championship in showroom stock racing.

– Finished second in the Team Championship in this series with nine podium finishes including wins at Sebring, Mosport and Trois-Rivieres. Multimatic also received the “Motorola High Tech Team” award.

– Scott Maxwell led the team to its best Grand Sport season ever, setting five new track records at Atlanta, Mosport, Trois-Rivieres, Watkins Glen and Daytona. He received the Hoosier award for most pole positions (8 out of 9) and the Speed Stick Award for the most fastest laps. Teammate Greg Wilkins secured four podium finishes including three wins.

Click here to watch race recaps of the 1999 Motorola Cup.

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).
Greg Wilkins
Greg Wilkins co-drove the Multimatic/Doncaster Racing Porsche 911 GT3 with David Lacey in the 2002 Grand-Am Cup Series as part of a two-car effort, finishing fourth to the championship-winning sister car of Scott Maxwell and David Empringham.
Dave Lacey
David Lacey co-drove the Multimatic/Doncaster Racing Porsche 911 GT3 with Greg Wilkins in the 2002 Grand-Am Cup Series as part of a two-car effort, finishing fourth to the championship-winning sister car of Scott Maxwell and David Empringham.