Media Coverage - (2014)

Autosport ‘Race of my Life’ with Scott Maxwell

Autosport ‘Race of my Life’ with Scott Maxwell

October 30th, 2014 – Watch for the October 30 issue of Autosport, where Multimatic Motorsports driver Scott Maxwell is featured in the weekly magazine’s popular ‘Race of my Life’ column. Complete with underdog performances, evil cars, co-driver hide-and-seek and a good snookering, the article is an assuredly good read. Watch your local newsstand, or click here for Autosport+ digital and print...

‘So New It Doesn’t Have A Name…’

‘So New It Doesn’t Have A Name…’

October 10th, 2014 – Multimatic VP of Engineering Larry Holt was asked about next season’s S550 Mustang race program after IMSA’s Road Atlanta season-ender. His comments can be found in IMSA’s Road Atlanta Download…

Watch Multimatic Motorsports’ Win on Fox Sports 1

Watch Multimatic Motorsports’ Win on Fox Sports 1

October 8th, 2014 – Road Atlanta’s mix of high and low-speed corners, elevation changes and blind verges offer a daunting task to drivers and dampers alike. Watch Multimatic Motorsports conquer this year’s season-ending IMSA Continental Tires Sports Car Challenge race in fine, DSSV®-equipped form this Sunday at Noon on Fox Sports...

Johnson, James Drive Mustang To Victory In CTSC Finale

Johnson, James Drive Mustang To Victory In CTSC Finale

October 4th, 2014 – Courtesy of TalkFord – Multimatic Motorsports capped off a trying year at Road Atlanta with a stellar performance from both the No. 158 and No. 15 teams — and carried away the winner’s trophy to prove it. Drivers Billy Johnson and Ian James charged to a p1 finish, while outside pole-sitters Scott Maxwell and Jade Buford finished just off the podium at p4 in their twin Multimatic BOSS 302R Mustangs. “Time and again, we’ve come so close to having a race go our way and then something would go wrong and we’d be...

The Final Margin of Victory was 2.186 Seconds

The Final Margin of Victory was 2.186 Seconds

October 3rd, 2014 – Courtesy of Motorsport.com – The Multimatic Motorsports Ford Mustang Boss 302R won Friday’s Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge season finale, as Billy Johnson and Ian James brought home the first win for Multimatic and Ford this season. A stirring second-place finish by John Edwards gave the season drivers title to his Fall-Line Motorsports BMW M3 teammate Trent Hindman.  The final margin of victory was 2.186 seconds seconds.  For the full review, please visit...

Multimatic Motorsports/Miller Racing Road Atlanta Pre-Event Report

Multimatic Motorsports/Miller Racing Road Atlanta Pre-Event Report

September 1st, 2014 – Courtesy of IMSA – The Multimatic Motorsports / Miller Racing team, based in Markham, Ontario, Canada, will be at Georgia’s historic Road Atlanta circuit this weekend for the final round of the 2014 International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge (CTSCC). On the heels of a successful outing at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas, on September 19, in which Ian James and Billy Johnson finished third in the No. 158 Ford Mustang Boss 302R after starting on pole...

Nick Langley Joins Multimatic as European Motorsport Business Director

Nick Langley Joins Multimatic as European Motorsport Business Director

September 2nd, 2014 – Multimatic Engineering has announced the appointment of Nick Langley to head up its European motorsport business, overseeing the commercial activities and spearhead the further expansion of the programmes and product sales of the Multimatic Engineering Group. More details via multimatic.com.

Ford Racing on Multimatic Motorsports’ Double Podium

Ford Racing on Multimatic Motorsports’ Double Podium

August 5th, 2014 – While work continues on a race version of next year’s all-new Mustang, Multimatic Motorsports’ current stable hasn’t exactly rolled over and played dead. Ford Racing details the team’s double-podium at this past weekend’s round of IMSA Continental Challenge competition. Click here for their full...

Great Ending Puts Multimatic Mustang Boss 302R on the Podium in Bowmanville

Great Ending Puts Multimatic Mustang Boss 302R on the Podium in Bowmanville

July 12th, 2014 – Courtesy of Ford Racing – In a spirited run that, emotionally speaking, very nearly erased an entire first-half season’s angst and frustration, Multimatic Motorsports drivers Ian James and Billy Johnson and their No. 158 Ford Mustang Boss 302R finished second Saturday to the No. 9 Chevrolet of Matt Bell and Andy Lally on the 2.459-mile, 10-turn track. In third was the second of Multimatic Motorsports’ two team cars, the No. 58 Ford Mustang Boss 302R piloted by Jade Buford and Scott Maxwell. Keeping in mind that racers...