Past Drivers

Andy Lally
Andy Lally is an accomplished sports car driver who bolstered the Multimatic Motorsports driver roster in 2006. Andy co-drove with Gunnar Jeannette and Tom Milner at Petit Le Mans in the #51 Panoz Esperante GTLM race car, finishing in fourth place at the 1,000 mile classic.
Anthony Polito
Anthony Polito competed for Multimatic Motorsports in the 1996 Canadian National Enduroseries driving a SVT Cobra Mustang. Anthony is the President of the Polito Ford Lincoln dealership in Lindsay, Ontario, Canada.
Bret Seafuse
Bret Seafuse joins Multimatic Motorsports in 2012 to contest the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge in the #16 Ford Focus ST-R alongside Nick Mancuso.
Bruno Junqueira
Bruno Junqueira forged a highly successful open wheel racing career in North America and was recruited to represent Multimatic Motorsports in 2006. Bruno drove the #51 Panoz Esperante GTLM race car with co-drivers Gunnar Jeannette and Tom Milner at the 12 Hours of Sebring. Unfortunately for Bruno, a technical issue forced an early exit while teammates David Brabham, Scott Maxwell and Sebastien Bourdais won the GT2 class.
Danny Sullivan
To be added.
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.
David Brabham
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.
Greg Biffle
Greg Biffle, the 2002 NASCAR Busch Series Champion, was enlisted by Ford and Multimatic Motorsports to drive for the Crown Royal “Team of Champions” at the 2005 Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona with co-drivers Matt Kenseth, Kurt Busch and Scott Maxwell. Posting fast lap times but suffering from reliability issues in the Multimatic Ford Focus Daytona Prototype, the “Team of Champions” finished 15th in class.
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.
Harri Toivonen
To be added.
James Gue
A former karting ace, Gue is the son of experienced sports car team owner, Michael Gue. James started racing in go-karts in 1991, winning four Georgia state championships, capturing two national wins and winning the Skip Barber Karting Scholarship in 2001. James contested the Grand-Am KONI challenge from 2005-2009, and drove for Dempsey Racing in the Rolex GT class in 2010-2011. He has won five times and finished on the podium more than 20 times.
Jason Priestley
Having begun his motorsports career rallying in California in 1991, television star Jason Priestley co-drove Multimatic's GTS1 Mustang in 1997, and won with a Multimatic Motorsports Mustang in 1998.
Joe Foster
Joe Foster has been racing professionally for over 25 years and has been competing at the top levels of American sports car racing since 1998. Joe has been successful in various forms of racing around the world from karting to Formula Ford 1600, Russell Mazda, Formula Ford 2000, British Formula 3, Motorola Cup, Grand-Am and ALMS.
Kurt Busch
Kurt Busch, the 2004 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series Champion, was enlisted by Ford and Multimatic Motorsports to drive for the Crown Royal “Team of Champions” at the 2005 Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona with co-drivers Greg Biffle, Matt Kenseth and Scott Maxwell. Posting fast lap times but suffering from reliability issues in the Multimatic Ford Focus Daytona Prototype, the “Team of Champions” finished 15th in class.
Matt Kenseth
Matt Kenseth, the 2003 NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion and 2009 Daytona 500 winner, was enlisted by Ford and Multimatic Motorsports to drive for the Crown Royal “Team of Champions” at the 2005 Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona with co-drivers Greg Biffle, Kurt Busch and Scott Maxwell. Posting fast lap times but suffering from reliability issues in the Multimatic Ford Focus Daytona Prototype, the “Team of Champions” finished 15th in class.
Milka Duno
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.
Sebastien Bourdais
Two-time Champ Car World Series Champion Sebastien Bourdais joins Multimatic Motorsports Team Panoz for this year's Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring.
Tom Milner
Only in his third year of professional racing, it could be said that 20-year-old Milner has already spent more years racing than most. The son and namesake of one of Multimatic Motorsports Team Panoz's biggest rivals - Team PTG BMW owner, Tom Milner - the junior Milner has spent his entire life in a racing family and the racing business.