Nine Four Motorsports works hard to provide each driver a unique and well-rounded racing experience.
In addition to receiving multiple in-race driving sessions, our team provides driver coaching. All drivers receive in-car video footage and telemetry data throughout the weekend. Data is reviewed by team principal Brian Peele, and other driving coaches, who provide feedback and guidance for driver development.
We join you on your racing journey and work with you as a coach, striving for growth and improvement.
Contact us today to discuss your racing adventure.
Endurance sports car racing has various race series options for teams. To learn and grow as a team and support our drivers' opportunities, Nine Four Motorsports transitioned our 2021 efforts to the World Racing League (WRL).
The first race of the 2021 season, NOLA Motorsports Park, started strong with a podium finish for the #84 Lexus IS300. The second race weekend brought the team to Barber Motorsports Park, where the team fielded a second IS300, #83. Building on the success at NOLA, the #84 IS300 found its way back to the podium at Barber.
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2020 will go down in history for all of us due to the COVID 19 pandemic. Nine Four Motorsports had some challenges, but we looked for opportunities and ways to stay busy while staying safe.
We diversified, adding quarter midgets to the line-up, becoming a tire and wheel vendor, and have enjoyed training younger drivers.
Nine Four Motorsports' race crew was humbled to receive The Chandler School Sportsmanship Award at ChampCar's Gingerman Raceway, August 22-23, 2020. Not only was the award an honor, but the joy of becoming pen pals with students has been a highlight of a hard year.
Although there are still challenges due to the reality of a COVID world, we look forward to 2021 and providing great racing for our customers who thankfully have become family.
Valentine's weekend 2020 found us celebrating more than love, as both Nine Four Motorsports entries finished on the National Championship podium at Sonoma Raceway, California.
Taking on Sonoma Raceway for two seven-hour races, Nine Four's drivers brought the Lexus home second and the Supra home fourth in the ChampCar Endurance Series 2020 National Championship.
After 14-hours of grueling racing at the iconic Sebring International Raceway, the Nine Four Motorsports Supra came home second. The Lexus team of drivers and crew used strategy and hard-nosed racing to overcome adversity and finish strong in fourth.
We are working to build on this momentum as we prepare for the Road America race on the weekend of October 19-20, 2019.
First place for the Lexus team at ChampCar Series Double 7 at Sonoma Raceway, February 17.
The Supra team ends the weekend in third at the same race.
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