– Multimatic goes down in the record books as being the first Motorsports team to win the new Daytona Prototype Class in the 41st running of the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona. The car was designed and developed completely by Multimatic, cialis starting in 2002.
– Multimatic test driver Scott Maxwell joined fellow Canadian driver David Empringham and Australian David Brabham in taking the prestigious victory.
– The Multimatic Motorsports team remained in contention for the outright victory until very late in the event.
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.
While he may be part of Australia's most famous racing family, David Brabham has carved out a spectacular international career of his own - now regarded as one of the world's finest sportscar drivers.
2003-2005 Multimatic Ford Focus Daytona Prototype
With technical support from Ford Racing Technology, Multimatic Motorsports designed and manufactured the Ford Focus Daytona Prototype. The car was powered by a Ford Modular V8 prepared by Robert Yates Racing producing 500 horsepower. The Multimatic Motorsports Ford Focus Daytona Prototype won the inaugural race of the new Grand-Am Daytona Prototype class at the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona in 2003.