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GAM/ TRG No. 63 adds Kossmann to Driver Lineup

Boston, MA —

By Sarah Cote

The Rolex 24 At Daytona has a way of creating heroic stories on and off the track during its 24 hours of heart pounding excitement. Drivers and teams are forced to step up to the challenge that is unlike any other in North America and stay at top form day and night to achieve their goal of Daytona victory.

Two drivers who understand what it takes to rise to a challenge and win are Grand-Am driver Kurt Kossmann and Bruce Ledoux. Both drivers have personal stories of triumph that have pushed them to dedicate the Rolex 24 race to raising money for Boston Children's Hospital through Guardian Angel Motorsports. The team will be driving the No. 63 TRG Porsche GT3.

Kossmann is a cancer survivor who lost his left leg to an above the knee amputation. While in the hospital Kossmann designed his own unique racing prosthetic leg to clutch with and was back in the race car before he had even completed chemotherapy. When Kossmann was first diagnosed with the aggressive bone cancer doctors only gave him a 30 percent chance to survive. Kossmann underwent a brand new form of treatment that ultimately saved his life. Without donations to charities like Children's Hospital life saving treatments like these would not be possible. This is why Kossmann has joined Ledoux and Guardian Angel Motorsports to use his inspirational story to help bring awareness and donations to children's charities. Kossmann is the only driver to ever compete in the Rolex24 with one leg.

Ledoux has his own inspiring story behind his decision to start Guardian Angel Motorsports. Ledoux's son Colin has chromosomal abnormality, and as a result suffers cognitive growth with speech, dexterity and general function delays. As a father, Ledoux has been struggling with how he can help his son overcome these obstacles and enjoy life to it's fullest. During their time at Boston Children's Hospital Ledoux also realized he wanted to help other families and children struggling with disabilities. With this passion, Ledoux created Guardian Angel Motorsports, a charity that raises money for those that need it the most.

Ledoux's dream has become a reality and Guardian Angel Motorsports will be racing in the 2009 Rolex 24 At Daytona. The purpose of this unique team is to "harness the power of the motorsports industry to raise money for children's charities". So far the team has raised over $39,000, and although this is an impressive number, it is far shy of their initial goal of $750,000. GAM and Kossmann are hoping that by combining their efforts they can attract media attention and bring awareness to this important cause.

Ledoux wants to emphasize the fact that it is important to bring to the racing world's attention the need for leadership in today's economic environment, especially on the charitable front. Donations are more important than ever for these groups and everyone needs to do their part to help. If it wasn't for donations to charities like Children's Hospital success stories like Kossmann's and continued achievements for Ledoux's son would be impossible.

Kossmann sums it up.

"Hopefully you and your family will never need treatment as intense as what I or the Ledoux family have been through, but many people are not as lucky, and we all want to know that a cure is available for whatever life throws our way," he said. "Donate today."

The most important goal for Guardian Angel Motorsports in the Rolex 24 is to finish the race, since each lap they complete will help raise more money for Boston Children's Hospital. To make a donation or for more information check out www.guardianangelmotorsports.com.

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TRG - A Winning History at the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona

Petaluma, CA —

Team celebrates 13th year with impressive race stats

Petaluma, California, TRG will celebrate its 13th consecutive year of running the historic Grand-Am Rolex Series Rolex 24 Hours At Daytona when the green flag drops on the all day, all night race January 24-25.  The team has entered five Porsche 911 GT cars for the Rolex 24.

-  This year's entries brings TRG's total to 55 since the team first turned a lap at Daytona International Speedway in 1996.

-  With 24 drivers in this year's five entries, TRG has provided the opportunity of running the twice around the clock event to 223 drivers since 1996.

-  In their 13 years running the race, the team from California has entered 54 TRG prepared racers, 51 Porsches, two Pontiacs and two Riley Daytona Prototypes (DP), 2009 inclusive.

-  The 50 TRG entries, that have started the 24 to date, have covered 25,628-miles around the 3.56-mile, 12-turn World Center of Racing's road course.  That is equal to driving a 911 around the world 3.27 times.

-  TRG has comprised nearly 13% of the Rolex GT Class (or GTU) field since 2000.

-  The most impressive statistic would have to be that TRG has enjoyed an average finish of ninth from 2000 to 2008.  Since entering the Rolex 24 for the first time in 1996, the team has had an average finish of 11th accounting for the full complement of TRG's 50 entries and 218 drivers (numbers not including 2009) at the Rolex 24 since 1996.

-  With all of the entries and drivers also comes wins.  This includes a GT class win in 2002 and an overall victory, crossing the finish line before a Daytona Prototype (DP) and the entire GT field, in 2003.  The team has stood on the podium seven times, and recorded 21 top ten finishes.

-  TRG has amassed 24 wins in the Rolex Series with 68 podium finishes leading to GT championships in 2005 and 2006.

"Wow!" Kevin Buckler, TRG team owner said.  "When you put all of those numbers together it sure is impressive and sort of unbelievable.  There have been so many memories at Daytona in 13 years.  Winning as a driver in 2002 and overall in 2003 has to be at the top.  Providing so many memories for so many drivers and friends is very rewarding.  Running two DP and six GT cars in 2005 as a part of an eight car team was really a handful especially since we were leading in both classes for quite a while."

"I think this year we will have one of the best opportunities to win the race that we have had in a few years.  The new Porsche rolled right of trailer and we were able to put three of our cars in the top four at the end of the test weekend.  The driver lineups we have create the potential of anyone of our five cars to win.  However, one stat that we have yet to deliver is having a TRG entry finish first without me behind the wheel.  We hope to do that in 11 days."

TRG's 2009 Rolex 24 At Daytona Driver Line-up:

67 Construct Corps/CRG/No Fear Energy Drinks/K1 Speed/Voodoo Ride/GemstoneWinery
Justin Marks
RJ Valentine
Andy Lally
Patrick Long
Joerg Bergmeister

65 Riegel-Stanton/Cystic Fibrosis Foundation/65 Roses/Magnus Racing/Marquis Jet/Resorts International/IPC/Total Lubricants 
John Potter
Bryce Miller
Craig Stanton
Marco Holzer

66 AXA/Mitchell Rubber/Wealth Management Strategies
Ted Ballou
Tim George Jr.
Spencer Pumpelly
Emmanuel Collard
Richard Lietz

63 Guardian Angel Motorsports (GAM)  
Bruce Ledoux
David Quinlan
Dan Watkins
Steve Zadig
Kurt Kossmann

68 James Farrell & Co./Pallis Properties, Inc./COLO Columbia River Logistics
Josemanuel Gutierrez
Steve Miller
Chris Pallis
Duncan Ende
Scott Schroeder

The Rolex 24 At Daytona will be televised live Saturday, January 24 beginning at 3:00 p.m. EST on FOX.  The coverage then transitions to the SPEED Channel at 4:30 p.m. going to 10:00 p.m.  SPEED will rejoin the action at 7:00 a.m. on Sunday morning taking it to the checker with post race interviews concluding at 4:00 p.m.

TRG was founded in 1993 and has been competing at the top level of motor racing ever since.  The team has the most wins of any team in the Grand-Am Rolex Series with 25, including the 2005 and 2006 Rolex Series GT championship trophy to go along with wins at the Rolex 24 at Daytona and the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

TRG is a manufacturer and distributor of high-performance racing parts. The group specializes in engine and chassis tuning as well as full service professional race car preparation. The company also provides electrical and mechanical engineering services, driver development and arrive-and-drive opportunities. TRG is based in Petaluma, Calif., near its home track of Infineon Raceway in Sonoma.  The company's NASCAR operation is based in Mooresville, North Carolina and a new state-of-the-art facility is coming on-line at New Jersey Motorsports Park in late 2009.

More information and a complete press kit can be found at www.theracersgroup.com, www.trgmotorsports.com, and www.theracersgroup.com/newjersey.  Please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or (707) 935-3999 for additional information.

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TRG - A Winning History at the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona

Team celebrates 13th year with impressive race stats

Petaluma, California, TRG will celebrate its 13th consecutive year of running the historic Grand-Am Rolex Series Rolex 24 Hours At Daytona when the green flag drops on the all day, all night race January 24-25.  The team has entered five Porsche 911 GT cars for the Rolex 24.

-  This year's entries brings TRG's total to 55 since the team first turned a lap at Daytona International Speedway in 1996.

-  With 24 drivers in this year's five entries, TRG has provided the opportunity of running the twice around the clock event to 223 drivers since 1996.

-  In their 13 years running the race, the team from California has entered 54 TRG prepared racers, 51 Porsches, two Pontiacs and two Riley Daytona Prototypes (DP), 2009 inclusive.

-  The 50 TRG entries, that have started the 24 to date, have covered 25,628-miles around the 3.56-mile, 12-turn World Center of Racing's road course.  That is equal to driving a 911 around the world 3.27 times.

-  TRG has comprised nearly 13% of the Rolex GT Class (or GTU) field since 2000.

-  The most impressive statistic would have to be that TRG has enjoyed an average finish of ninth from 2000 to 2008.  Since entering the Rolex 24 for the first time in 1996, the team has had an average finish of 11th accounting for the full complement of TRG's 50 entries and 218 drivers (numbers not including 2009) at the Rolex 24 since 1996.

-  With all of the entries and drivers also comes wins.  This includes a GT class win in 2002 and an overall victory, crossing the finish line before a Daytona Prototype (DP) and the entire GT field, in 2003.  The team has stood on the podium seven times, and recorded 21 top ten finishes.

-  TRG has amassed 24 wins in the Rolex Series with 68 podium finishes leading to GT championships in 2005 and 2006.

"Wow!" Kevin Buckler, TRG team owner said.  "When you put all of those numbers together it sure is impressive and sort of unbelievable.  There have been so many memories at Daytona in 13 years.  Winning as a driver in 2002 and overall in 2003 has to be at the top.  Providing so many memories for so many drivers and friends is very rewarding.  Running two DP and six GT cars in 2005 as a part of an eight car team was really a handful especially since we were leading in both classes for quite a while."

"I think this year we will have one of the best opportunities to win the race that we have had in a few years.  The new Porsche rolled right of trailer and we were able to put three of our cars in the top four at the end of the test weekend.  The driver lineups we have create the potential of anyone of our five cars to win.  However, one stat that we have yet to deliver is having a TRG entry finish first without me behind the wheel.  We hope to do that in 11 days."

TRG's 2009 Rolex 24 At Daytona Driver Line-up:

67 Construct Corps/CRG/No Fear Energy Drinks/K1 Speed/Voodoo Ride/GemstoneWinery
Justin Marks
RJ Valentine
Andy Lally
Patrick Long
Joerg Bergmeister

65 Riegel-Stanton/Cystic Fibrosis Foundation/65 Roses/Magnus Racing/Marquis Jet/Resorts International/IPC/Total Lubricants 
John Potter
Bryce Miller
Craig Stanton
Marco Holzer

66 AXA/Mitchell Rubber/Wealth Management Strategies
Ted Ballou
Tim George Jr.
Spencer Pumpelly
Emmanuel Collard
Richard Lietz

63 Guardian Angel Motorsports (GAM)  
Bruce Ledoux
David Quinlan
Dan Watkins
Steve Zadig
Kurt Kossmann

68 James Farrell & Co./Pallis Properties, Inc./COLO Columbia River Logistics
Josemanuel Gutierrez
Steve Miller
Chris Pallis
Duncan Ende
Scott Schroeder

The Rolex 24 At Daytona will be televised live Saturday, January 24 beginning at 3:00 p.m. EST on FOX.  The coverage then transitions to the SPEED Channel at 4:30 p.m. going to 10:00 p.m.  SPEED will rejoin the action at 7:00 a.m. on Sunday morning taking it to the checker with post race interviews concluding at 4:00 p.m.

TRG was founded in 1993 and has been competing at the top level of motor racing ever since.  The team has the most wins of any team in the Grand-Am Rolex Series with 25, including the 2005 and 2006 Rolex Series GT championship trophy to go along with wins at the Rolex 24 at Daytona and the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

TRG is a manufacturer and distributor of high-performance racing parts. The group specializes in engine and chassis tuning as well as full service professional race car preparation. The company also provides electrical and mechanical engineering services, driver development and arrive-and-drive opportunities. TRG is based in Petaluma, Calif., near its home track of Infineon Raceway in Sonoma.  The company's NASCAR operation is based in Mooresville, North Carolina and a new state-of-the-art facility is coming on-line at New Jersey Motorsports Park in late 2009.

More information and a complete press kit can be found at www.theracersgroup.com, www.trgmotorsports.com, and www.theracersgroup.com/newjersey.  Please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or (707) 935-3999 for additional information.

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TRG takes 3 of the top 4 spots in GT at Rolex 24 Test

TRG took to the track for the first time in 2009 with five Porsche GT entries in preparation for the Grand-Am Rolex Series Rolex 24 Hours At Daytona to be run January 24-25. The team of Justin Marks, RJ Valentine, Andy Lally, Patrick Long and Joerg Bergmeister led the final session Sunday night and ended the three day Roar Before the 24 weekend, second in the GT field going into the race in 19 days.

The No. 67 Construct Corps/CRG/No Fear Energy Drinks/K1 Speed/Gemstone Winery/TRG put in a time of 1:51.169 and the team hopes that the speed shown under near perfect 80 degree temperatures will be sign of things to come for the race.

“I am steadily getting back into the flow,” Marks said. “I have been away from sports car racing for almost four years. There are a lot of things to getting a good rhythm in the car like threshold braking, shifting and taking the fast line. I am just trying not to go make it all come back at once, I am pacing myself. We have guys in the car who have spent their racing lives behind the wheel of a Porsche and I have left the setup to them. The Porsche is a different car to drive compared to what I was used to in the BMW. I am getting all the right feedback and help from my co-drivers to get up to speed. Once I get the miles from this weekend and then the race I will be ready to help with the setup of the car and all of that come VIR at the end of April.”

The No. 65 Riegel-Stanton/ Cystic Fibrosis Foundation/65 Roses/Magnus Racing/Marquis Jet/Resorts International/IPC/Total Lubricants TRG Porsche driven by John Potter, Bryce Miller, Craig Stanton and Marco Holzer put down a time of 1:51.176. The team carries the colors of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and is offering unique tours and VIP experiences for charitable donations at the Rolex 24, look for more information at www.65rosesracing.com.

“The car is a brand new 2009 Porsche,” Potter said. “So every time we go out for a practice session the car gets that much better. There are subtle differences between the 2008 and 2009 cars. We are doing things like adjusting the foot pedals and working on the handling. I ran here during the evening at the test in November and over this past weekend. The lights are so bright it is almost like running during the day. This will be my first 24 hour race and I am looking forward to coming back at the end of the month.”

Riegel-Stanton team owner Ted Rozsa believes he assembled the right pieces to be successful at the end of the month.

“This weekend was a great experience for the Riegel-Stanton team and I am very pleased with our progress,” Rozsa said. “John and Craig have been spending a lot of time together and the chemistry between them is great. I am very happy to have Bryce on the team and Marco Holzer has brought a maturity well beyond his years. With John Bedell as our crew chief, I think we quietly have one of the stronger line-ups out there and I am cautiously optimistic headed into the 24.”

The No. 66 AXA/Mitchell Rubber/Wealth Management Strategies TRG Porsche of Ted Ballou, Tim George Jr., Spencer Pumpelly, Emmanuel Collard and Richard Lietz followed the lead TRG GT3 Cup car with a time of 1:51.277.

“The weekend started off a little rough,” George Jr. said. “It is a brand new car and we were playing with the bump stops and suspension settings. We now have a real solid car and we were able to use the last session to really get down to the fine tuning. We qualified third last year and this year we are hoping to go for the pole. We finished third last year and are hoping to finish the race two steps higher.”

The No. 63 TRG/Guardian Angel Motorsports (GAM) entry of Bruce Ledoux, David Quinlan, Dan Watkins, Steve Zadig and Kurt Kossmann posted a lap of 1:51.941. The team will return to Boston and focus on collecting as much money per lap as possible to help support Children’s Hospital Boston, www.guardianangelmotorsports.com.

“We spent most of the weekend working on the handling of the car,” Ledoux said. “We were working through the shock adjustments and things like that the first two days, which takes time when you are trying to get five drivers as many laps as possible. We also had some gearing issues, so we were really working toward drivability for the long race ahead. By the end of the weekend we really had it worked out and have a good baseline to come back at the end of the month. So now we will go back and focus on getting as much money in donations as possible for the race. We really started this from nothing and it is our first year, and add in the tough economy that just adds to the challenge. We have received a lot of support from fellow competitors in the paddock so we are encouraged.”

In the No. 68 James Farrell & Co./Pallis Properties, Inc./COLO Columbia River Logistics TRG Porsche, Josemanuel Gutierrez, Steve Miller, Chris Pallis, Duncan Ende, and Scott Schroeder threw down a lap of 1:52.211.

“The weekend went very well,” Gutierrez said. “I was at the November test and with this weekend I have just been getting more confident in the car. The car is brand new and the shake down this weekend produced no issues, no funny smells or noises. We ran the full three days running consistent lap times. The car is fast on the banking and in the infield. As the weekend went on I tried some different lines and have become more comfortable with the draft as well. It is fun to drive here. You can go three wide on the banking. This will be my first 24 hour race. There are a lot of big names in the race and we hope to running right behind them ready to take over if they stumble.”

With all five TRG Porsches exercised and headed back to the shop for final preparation for the Rolex 24, Kevin Buckler, team owner, is happy with the weekend and the speed of the cars.

“We had no major incidents this weekend and I was very proud of the job my guys did,” Buckler said. “We were able to get four of our cars in the top ten on the time sheet in the last session which really validates the work the drivers and crew put in all weekend. The goal for the test days is to get everyone familiar with the team, the track, the car and of course their co-drivers. The speed of the cars is something that comes as the weekend progresses and the guys get back into the rhythm of driving from the off season. We also have four brand new cars, and that always means a little extra setup work. We will go back and download all of the data and provide the feedback to the drivers and the crew and be ready to come down here in three weeks and race for a third win.”

The Rolex 24 At Daytona will be televised live Saturday, January 24 beginning at 3:00 p.m. EST on FOX. The coverage then transitions to the SPEED Channel at 4:30 p.m. going to 10:00 p.m. SPEED will rejoin the action at 7:00 a.m. on Sunday morning taking it to the checker with post race interviews concluding at 4:00 p.m.

TRG was founded in 1993 and has been competing at the top level of motor racing ever since. The team has the most wins of any team in the Grand-Am Rolex Series with 25, including the 2005 and 2006 Rolex Series GT championship trophy to go along with wins at the Rolex 24 at Daytona and the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

TRG is a manufacturer and distributor of high-performance racing parts. The group specializes in engine and chassis tuning as well as full service professional race car preparation. The company also provides electrical and mechanical engineering services, driver development and arrive-and-drive opportunities. TRG is based in Petaluma, Calif., near its home track of Infineon Raceway in Sonoma. The company’s NASCAR operation is based in Mooresville, NC and a new state-of-the-art facility is coming on-line at New Jersey Motorsports Park in late 2009.

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TRG Drivers Exercise KONI Porsches at Daytona

Three TRG KONI Sports Car Challenge cars took part in the Roar Before The 24 at the Daytona International Speedway this past weekend.  The TRG KONI cars turned competitive laps in preparation for the season opening Fresh From Florida 200 race to be held January 23rd. 

Duncan Ende, driving the No. 39 TRG Carlsen Porsche/TheDigiTrust Group Porsche 997 GS with co-driver Spencer Pumpelly spent the weekend proving the updates that the TRG crew had been working on in the short off season.  With both drivers turning fast laps, the 39 team was able to put in a lap of 2:01.672 good enough to be the fastest GS Porsche on the weekend.  Ende spent a lot of quality time behind the wheel and went away with a lot of confidence in the car.

"The weekend has been good," Ende said.  "We have been the top Porsche in just about every practice.  We have had a few small things with the steering, but the TRG crew has done a great job to give us maximum track time.  This is really not a Porsche track.  We almost won here last year with strategy, so we will come back ready to have another competitive weekend."

Veteran racer Spencer Pumpelly knows the reliability and handling of the TRG Porsche will be keys to having a successful race at the end of the month.

"We are really here this weekend to confirm the reliability of the car," Pumpelly said.  "It is tough to be two-seconds off of the pace with the level of cars and drivers we have.  We have worked on the setup to capitalize on the infield section and the Bus Stop, which is really all we can do.  Daytona with the high bank is just tough for us with the KONI car."

John Potter spent time behind the wheel of the No. 41 Magnus Racing/TRG Porsche.  Potter, also competing full time in the No. 65 TRG Rolex GT entry, is gaining maximum seat time to improve his overall performance at Daytona.

"I am running both the Rolex and the KONI cars this weekend," Potter said.  "The KONI car is a little heavier and is a little slower to react.  We also have a little oversteer in the car that makes things interesting.  Driving with Andy Lally is a big help.  He knows these cars from top to bottom and is a big help with helping me to get around here fast."

Scott Schroeder, who ran most of last season with TRG, returns to Daytona in the No. 40 Cohen Financial/TRG Porsche.

"The testing with the 40 car went well this weekend," Schroeder said.  "We have a new crew on the car this year and we are getting know each other.  At Daytona we just don't have the outright speed on the banking so we really have to focus on the infield, where the Porsche is really strong.  We need to really emphasize the strong points of the handling in the infield to keep in touch with the Mustangs."

New to the TRG KONI family is Beau Borders who made his first laps with the team in the No. 40 TRG Porsche this weekend.

"You would think that hopping into a completely unfamiliar car with a completely unfamiliar team would be a daunting experience, but TRG really went out of their way to make it extremely comfortable," Borders said.  "Every single member of the crew was professional, courteous, and fun.  After only two days working with them, I consider everyone on the crew a personal friend and look forward to working with them again in the future.  The engineers treated me with great respect throughout the process, and worked with me on improving my comfort level in the car.  The only thing I ever had to concentrate on during the test weekend was my own performance behind the wheel.  The thing that I learned the most about the TRG Porsche is that it really takes a real delicate touch to go fast.  Being that it was my first time in the car, I was being much more conservative than my instincts would usually allow."

Kevin Buckler, TRG team owner, has continued the development of the team's KONI Porsches.  

"We did a lot of work on our KONI program over the winter," Buckler said.  "We used the weekend to prove out some our work, but we are at a huge disadvantage to the Mustangs.  They can completely miss the apex and drive around the next turn.  It is ridiculous.  The rules are very out of balance right now and this is a track where the slippery little Porsche should be fastest.  We will get to any of the other tracks that favor torque and we will be embarrassed.  Our team of drivers and our level of preparation is all top notch, so this is very frustrating.  Duncan, Beau, Scott and John all did an excellent job we loaded the cars without a scratch so I am very happy about that aspect."

TRG was founded in 1993 and has been competing at the top level of motor racing ever since.  The team has the most wins of any team in the Grand-Am Rolex Series with 25, including the 2005 and 2006 Rolex Series GT championship trophy to go along with wins at the Rolex 24 at Daytona and the 24 Hours of Le Mans.  TRG's young KONI Challenge team has logged two wins and recorded seven podium finishes in their first two seasons of competition.

TRG is a manufacturer and distributor of high-performance racing parts. The group specializes in engine and chassis tuning as well as full service professional race car preparation. The company also provides electrical and mechanical engineering services, driver development and arrive-and-drive opportunities. TRG is based in Petaluma, Calif., near its home track of Infineon Raceway in Sonoma.  The company's NASCAR operation is based in Mooresville, North Carolina with a new state-of-the-art facility coming on-line at New Jersey Motorsports Park in late 2009.

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