Our in house "racer" dubbed Old Timer is a 1979 911 turbo chassis with numerous upgrades. We race almost exclusively with this car at Daytona International Speedway 3-4 times per year. It's most recent lap time at DIS was 1:54.8 crossing the start/finish line at 192 miles per hour.
Displacement: 3.2 Liters
Compression Ratio: 9.5/1
Intake: Large Custom Intercooler
Haltech Fuel & Ignition: With Laptop Programmable Fuel & Ignition Maps
Approximate Output: Adjustable Boost at 1.3 Bars=550 horsepower
Carbon Fiber Hoods, Doors, Fenders
Large Adjustable Rear Wing
3" Front Splitter
Ready to Race 2250 lbs excluding driver
Brakes & Suspension:
Big Red Calipers (Front and Rear)
Coil Over Shocks (Front and Rear)
Mono Ball Suspension (Front and Rear)
5 Speed Big G-50 with Quaife Differential
We currently provide trackside support and preparation for two 2009 Porsche Cayman Interseries cars. Both cars compete in the Historic Sportscar Series (HSR) across the southeast throughout the year. The Tag Heuer car placed 2nd in 2017 in the points series of HSR, driven by Russell Wittenburg of Titusville, Florida.
These cars are 2 of approximately 30 built in 2009 for the Cayman Interseries. The series ran for approximately 3 years and came to an end in 2013. The cars are still very sought after for many other current racing series due to their high performance, tight handling, and relatively low maintenance cost.