TRG-AMR Solid in Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge Qualifying At Sebring

March 13, 2014,
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Riddle, Greenberg Continue To Make Progress In Florida


SEBRING, Fla. (March 13, 2014) – TRG-AMR produced a solid performance in qualifying Thursday, March 13 for the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge race at Sebring International Raceway in their Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4 cars.

Max Riddle drove the No. 07 Residences at Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4 to 11th overall on the grid for the race Friday. TRG-AMR co-owner and partner Kenneth Greenberg sliced more than a second off his previous-best time on his last lap to put the No. 09 Residences at Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach V8 Vantage GT4 25th on the 61-car grid.

Kris Wilson will share driving duties in the No. 07 with Riddle, while James Davison will team up with Greenberg in the No. 09.

The two-hour, 30-minute race starts at 1 p.m. (ET) Friday. Live streaming will take place on For more TRG-AMR team news from Sebring, visit


MAX RIDDLE (No. 07 Residences at Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4): “We changed a couple of things on the TRG Aston before we went out and made the car handle better. We were able to get the power down. We ended up finishing P11. It’s a good place to start the race and watch what’s going on ahead of me and keep with the lead pack, and hand the car over to Kris. My quick lap I actually had to avoid a guy who went off track and came on right in front of me. If he didn’t do that, I think the lap would have been a little bit better. That said, it’s a good spot to start this race, so I’m happy with it.”

KENNETH GREENBERG (No. 09 Residences at Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4): “I know the circuit. I know the car. If I know the car and I know the circuit, I need to marry the two together. All that means is that I need to put my butt into that seat going around the circuit as often as I can. That’s all it was. I just need to just practice, practice, practice and try to get consistent. I know where I need to not over-slow as much; I know where I need to get on the gas a little sooner. I just need to try different things until I’m comfortable doing the same thing in every corner. It’s just time and time and practice. As I gain the confidence in the car and what it can do and what I can do, then I do it.”

KEVIN BUCKLER (CEO, TRG-AMR): “I was really proud of our drivers today in qualifying. Max really put the pedal to the metal and was within a couple of tenths of some of the top professionals in the series! Kenneth did an awesome job in the 09 car, and this is his first professional race. I love it as he turned his absolutely fastest lap of the weekend in qualifying and was cool as a cucumber on the radio. That’s why we call him ‘The Iceman.’”

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