– Multimatic completed an agreement with Ford Racing Technology to be the exclusive constructor of the Multimatic Ford Focus Daytona Prototype. The Daytona Prototypes are the featured class in the Rolex Sportscar Series.
– Multimatic Motorsports, sildenafil running two Porsche GT3 Cup cars in the Grand-Am Cup Series for Doncaster Racing won the overall championship. The cars were driven by Scott Maxwell / David Empringham and David Lacey / Greg Wilkins.
– Multimatic was awarded its largest single motorsports contract by MBD Sportscars to re-engineer and campaign two existing Panoz LMP07 race cars. The project included installation of a new Mugen 4.0L V8 engine, cure performing ongoing engineering development and providing race expertise to the team and to run the two Panoz LMP07 prototypes in the American Le Mans LMP900 class
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).
Toronto's David Empringham is a former top rated open wheel racing star who has enjoyed numerous championship successes.
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.
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.
Milka Duno teamed with John Graham, Bruno Lambert, and Didier de Radigues in 2002 for the MBD Sportscars Panoz LMP07-Mugen LMP900 project, which was overseen and fulfilled by Multimatic Motorsports.