News - (2013)

Multimatic Motorsports / Miller Racing Return with Ford in 2014

Multimatic Motorsports / Miller Racing Return with Ford in 2014

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (December 30th, 2013) – Miller Racing, based in Salt Lake City, is happy to announce that it will be returning to the racetrack in 2014 with an exciting new program in partnership with Ford Racing’s official development partner, Multimatic Motorsports. The renowned Canadian-based Multimatic Motorsports operation and Miller Racing will field a two-car team of Ford Mustang Boss 302Rs in the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge (CTSCC). Miller Racing, which was established as...

Multimatic Motorsports Nets AMR 2013 Global Challenge Title for Teams

Multimatic Motorsports Nets AMR 2013 Global Challenge Title for Teams

MARKHAM, Ontario (December 2nd, 2013)  – Multimatic Motorsports’ multicar effort in the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge has earned top team honours in Aston Martin Racing’s Global Challenge. Now in its second year, the Global Challenge scores teams and drivers competing in Aston Martin Racing cars with a unique points structure counting race lengths, grid sizes, fastest laps, poles and championship standings, in addition to race finishing positions. Multimatic Motorsports scored 753.5 points, over 178 ahead of...

Pit Penalty Puts an End to Final Podium Push

Pit Penalty Puts an End to Final Podium Push

LIME ROCK, Connecticut (September 28th, 2013)  – A certain podium finish for the #55 Multimatic Aston Martin Vantage V8 was forfeited when a minor pit stop mistake cost the team a major set-back during the final race of the 2013 Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge. Jade Buford was running a strong P3 when he boxed the #55 for a routine service and driver change but during the stop the car accidentally brushed a tire as it came off the jack, resulting in a stop and go plus 30 seconds call from the officials. After a season of mechanical...

Sweet Taste of Victory Turns Sour For Multimatic In Closing Laps of SFP Grand Prix at Kansas Speedway

Sweet Taste of Victory Turns Sour For Multimatic In Closing Laps of SFP Grand Prix at Kansas Speedway

KANSAS CITY, Kansas (August 17th, 2013) – With a dominant race car on good tires and enough fuel to reach the end, two elements not always at a driver’s disposal in the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge, Scott Maxwell looked destined to earn Aston Martin its first win with just a handful of laps to go on the new Kansas road course configuration. Running a comfortable third in a car with plenty of speed in reserve, Maxwell was patiently waiting for the opportunity to make the requisite passes on the obviously struggling Stevenson...

‘Ironman’ Mancuso Muscles The Fume Fueled #15 Aston To A Season High Finish

‘Ironman’ Mancuso Muscles The Fume Fueled #15 Aston To A Season High Finish

ELKHART LAKE, Wisconsin (August 10th, 2013) – The Multimatic crew struggled all week at Road America with everything from cracked windshields to power steering failures but in the end perseverance prevailed and a season high P2 finish was realized. Frankie Montecalvo and Nick Mancuso claimed their best Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge (CTSCC) finish to date as well as their second podium and third top five finish of the season. After a dismal race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, that saw two nearly totaled Multimatic Astons and a third...

Top Ten Finish A Slim Silver Lining After Miserable Race For Multimatic

Top Ten Finish A Slim Silver Lining After Miserable Race For Multimatic

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana (July 26th, 2013) – It’s not often that things go as badly as they did for the Multimatic crew at the Brickyard Sports Car Challenge. With two cars heavily damaged and a third suffering from seemingly unsolvable electronics issues, the well deserved 9th place finish by the remaining Multimatic entry was almost entirely overshadowed.  The team arrived with high expectations for the series’ second annual visit to the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway, still searching for their elusive first win despite having been...

Multimatic Success At The Glen Thwarted By Odd Officiating

Multimatic Success At The Glen Thwarted By Odd Officiating

WATKINS GLEN, New York (June 29th, 2013) – Perfect strategy, good luck and fast cars added up to sure fire podiums for the #55 and #71 Aston Martins only to have a falsely extended caution period steal it all away at the end of another hugely exciting Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge (CTSCC) round. Multimatic Motorsports arrived at Watkins Glen for the Continental Tire 150 with high expectations following a productive test at the track in May. The Glen being one of North America’s classic tracks and the closest race to home for...

Yellow Flags Foil Multimatic Momentum

Yellow Flags Foil Multimatic Momentum

BRASELTON, Georgia (April, 20th, 2013) – On a day when at least two of Multimatic’s Aston Martin Vantage racers were in a position to take the win, caution periods became the deciding factor in a race that never established any real rhythm, ended under yellow and ultimately thwarted the Canadian team’s efforts. After a frustrating Friday, when torrential rain made practice unproductive and qualifying was cancelled, race day dawned sunny and crisp and the final practice saw Scott Maxwell set the fastest lap of the week in his #55 Aston on...

All Four Multimatic Astons in Top Ten After Intense Action in Alabama

All Four Multimatic Astons in Top Ten After Intense Action in Alabama

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (April, 7th, 2013) – In a race that saw Scott Maxwell’s #55 Aston Martin Vantage twice taken out by competitor’s mistakes, and David Empringham’s #15 trading paint with the Stevenson Camaro in the closing stages, it was impressive that the two Multimatic entries finished bumper to bumper in third and fourth spot; the podium spot narrowly going to the pairing of “Emp” and John Farano, their second of the year. No less impressive was the opening stint of Michael Marsal, in the #71 Vantage, during which he appeared...

Multimatic Tenacity Returns Strong Result in Difficult Circumstances at Circuit of The Americas

Multimatic Tenacity Returns Strong Result in Difficult Circumstances at Circuit of The Americas

AUSTIN, Texas (March 2nd, 2013) – Multimatic Motorsports rose to a host of challenges in a weekend that saw one car withdrawn before practice even started and its Daytona podium finisher suffer electronic problems that took it out of contention during the first few laps of the race. A technical non-compliance caused by an error during the car build in England resulted in the #16 Aston Martin Vantage of Nick Mancusso and Frankie Montecalvo being permanently parked by Grand-Am on Thursday morning. This car had been flown to Florida from...