– Ran the BMS Porsche GT1 assault on the 24 Hours at Daytona. This was a two-car effort with eight drivers and significant preparation. Engineering and logistics requirements were completed in a two month timeframe. Scott Maxwell took the GTS pole from the highly touted factory Corvette team. BMS battled for the GTS lead throughout the first third of the race before falling prey to mechanical issues. Both cars finished strongly with the 01 entry running an almost flawless race to third in class and sixth overall.

– Ran a limited Grand-Am SR2 program with the Le Mans winning Lola B2K/40. Enjoyed strong performances at all races with a pole position at Road America, a 3rd place finish at Mid Ohio and domination of the Trois-Rivieres round before succumbing to a fuel problem.

– Ran the Doncaster Racing entry in the Grand-Am Cup street stock championship. Continued to develop the fastest showroom stock Mustang in the world to compete in the Super Grand Sport class.

– Engineered and contributed significant technical support to Dick Barbour Racing during the second half of the ALMS season. Culminated in winning the Petit Le Mans, 1000-mile event at Road Atlanta with Multimatic regulars Scott Maxwell and John Graham aided by female driving sensation Milka Duno.

Scott Maxwell
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).
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.