Braselton, GA – (August 1, 2022) – Team TGM returns back to endurance mode this week in Wisconsin as the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS Clubsport squad heads to the longest circuit on the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge calendar – Road America.

The team is looking to bounce back after a troubled weekend at Lime Rock Park. The last time the team contested a four-hour enduro was in January at Daytona, where the team scored a podium finish with Ted Giovais and Owen Trinkler taking second place.

This week’s Road America 240 on the 4.048, 14-turn road course is another opportunity for Team TGM to return to their winning ways in their Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport.

Road America 240 – 8th round of the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge.


3:15 – 4:15 (CST): Practice 1
9:45 – 10:45:  Practice 2
8:20 – 8:35:  Qualifying (GS)
1:15 – 5:15: Road America 240

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  • The team has repaired it’s No.46 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS Clubsport after Matt Plumb was pushed off course at Lime Rock Park and suffered contact with the fence coming under the bridge
  • Team TGM had a successful podium finish at the last 4-hour race in Daytona in January with Owen Trinkler and Ted Giovanis.
  • In Team TGM’s championship year in 2018, Hugh Plumb and Trinkler took third place at Road America. They qualified second here in 2018
  • The same year, Matt Plumb started from pole in 2018 – he joined Team TGM in 2020.
  • This will be the first year the series contests a four-hour endurance race at Road America.

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Ted Giovanis

“This season has definitely been a roller coaster but we started very strong at the only other four-hour race so far this season with a podium finish at Daytona and both cars in the top 10.
“We are looking to repeat that success from January. All four of us drivers have a lot of experience at this course. In addition to the IMSA series which is here annually, I’ve raced here in other series and I’m very confident at the track.”


Owen Trinkler

“The guys have been under a lot of pressure to turn around a couple of damaged cars from Lime Rock in less than two weeks. They’re awesome and both cars are ready to go on Thursday for practice. It’s supposed to be in the high 80s for the race, so the heat is an additional element with the long race.”


Hugh Plumb

“Stepping up to a four-hour race, at Road America in a Porsche is going to be a great weekend. TGM certainly have all the right pieces in place for sure. Our sport is a game of inches, literally, we have not been on the right side of the measuring stick as of late. We’ll continue to stay positive and do what we know how to do – that is our plan to work towards having a good result.”

Matt Plumb

“We’ve put Lime Rock behind us. Going from the shortest circuit on the schedule two weeks ago, to the longest offers different opportunities and challenges. While Road America is long and wide, it’s also very fast and your concentration has to stay focused all the time. The longer format coming up this weekend should compliment our crew and their ability to get stops and strategy right.”

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