SEBRING, FL (Tuesday, May 15, 2022) – Team TGM will contest round two of the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge this Thursday at Sebring International Raceway. The event forms part of the #SuperSebring weekend – also featuring the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and the FIA World Endurance Championship.

Alan Jay Automotive Network 120 – Round 2 of the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge

9:50 – 10:50: Practice 1
1:05 – 2:05: Practice 2
4:10 – 4:25: Qualifying
4:25 – 6:25: Alan Jay Automotive Network 120

Watch live and on-demand on Peacock

– TGM enter round two of the championship after finishing second and sixth in the opening round of the championship at Daytona.
– Sebring will be the second race weekend for TGM with the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS Clubsport.
– All four TGM drivers (Ted Giovanis, Owen Trinkler, Hugh Plumb and Matt Plumb) all combined together at the Rolex 24 at Daytona – scoring a race finish aboard a 911 GT3 R.
– Last year Hugh and Matt Plumb started sixth on the grid at Sebring.
– In 2019, Owen Trinkler and Hugh Plumb started from pole.

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Team TGM grabs another podium finish and strong points haul in Canada

BOWMANVILLE, ONTARIO (Saturday, July 13, 2024) - Team TGM continued its championship charge today at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park with another podium for Matt Plumb and Paul Holton extending the team’s points lead in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge Championship....

Gallery: CTMP Race Day

Another brilliant day of points for Team TGM as the team extends its overall championship lead as well as the Bronze Cup. We have all the pics from a big day at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.Ted Giovanis the author FOCUS FORWARD: Life lessons from racing Life comes at...

Gallery: CTMP Friday Practice

Kicking off the weekend at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park with Team TGM's IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge Aston Martin Vantage GT4 machines for Friday practice.Ted Giovanis the author FOCUS FORWARD: Life lessons from racing Life comes at you fast when you’re traveling...

Ted Giovanis

“The biggest takeaway from last year was how tiring it was for me particularly but it also proved that I was getting in a bit better physical shape.
“We’re balancing the two different cars – two different platforms. So we were running from one to the other but it turns out it was really good training for this year because we are in the same relative pit stalls.
“Last year was really disappointing because we were on the cusp of having our first finish and then we had a shifter issue after 18 hours – this year we have unfinished business.”


Owen Trinkler

“We did a test at Sebring a few weeks ago and we put more than 500 miles on the car – it was awesome, the car ran flawlessly as you would expect a Porsche should do.
“It’s allowed us to tune on the car as far as handling and make it better. And last weekend at The Roar we worked on the sway bar package and shocks and it got faster with each session.
“My background has mainly been with Porsche. I’ve been with the Porsche sports driving school as a coach since 1999 and when we knew we were going that direction I was really happy.”


Hugh Plumb

“From the driver’s perspective, although Porsche is the same manufacturer for both cars, it really is a different feel, it’s a different brake pedal, it’s a different throttle.
“So going from one car to the next, session to session is very different. That’s quite a bit to handle. All weekend you are right out of one car, down pit road, and into the next car.
“I think we go into it a lot more relaxed and knowing a lot more and what to expect with the repetition, you get used to where the buttons on the wheel are, knowing how to drive the car differently. I think having done this last year is huge, we’ve tested a little bit and I’m looking forward to this weekend.”

Matt Plumb

“This marks my 20th anniversary of coming to Daytona for this race and the field has changed so much.
“Everybody takes this very seriously, it’s a very high level of talent on all fronts, teams, mechanics and drivers.
“To be competing at this level with the crew that we have, with the drivers we have, I think we have a pretty good shot but then again so do 25 other guys and gals.
“We’re going to do everything we can do, focus on the things we can control and hope for the best.”

Ted Giovanis the author

FOCUS FORWARD: Life lessons from racing

Life comes at you fast when you’re traveling 180 miles per hour. For Ted Giovanis, it’s also where you can learn the most valuable lessons. Since becoming a race car driver three decades ago at age forty-six—a ride that is still in overdrive—Giovanis has discovered how the tools of racing and the teamwork within it are applicable to life and business. In forty-eight motivating and, at times, exhilarating chapters, he shares his experience and knowledge.