Posts Tagged ‘Porsche’

Laguna Weekend Wrap-up

    The overall them for this weekend could be summed up in a simple phrase from a movie title, “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.” It seems that has been a recurring theme for me at Laguna since my first race there in 2004. This track is proving to be my unicorn. I […]


Next Level European Announces Lineups for Two-Car Porsche Cayman Continental Tire Series Program

January 6th, 2015 The newest team in the Continental Tire Series Street Tuner class is primed for the 2015 Championship with race-winning veterans and up-and-coming talent. Owned by BimmerWorld Racing driver James Clay, the Virginia-based Next Level European team will add to Clay’s competitive footprint with a pair of Porsche Caymans in the ST, and […]


Coaching with some cool equipment

This past weekend I went down to Sebring to coach a couple of guys from the Florida area in their Porsches. With any coaching assignment I take with a several pieces of electrical equipment that I know every airport scanner in the US has to think is some kind of bomb or conspiracy to commit […]


Porsche Vs. BMW part 2

Porsche Vs. BMW. This is a heated debate between the supporters of each of these key marques in racing. If you are a BMW owner you appreciate the Porsches because they are made in Germany and they are fast on the race track. But when the BMW supporter is on the track with a Porsche […]


Porsche Vs. BMW

As promised here is my post talking about the difference in the Porsche to the BMW. In the case of the Daytona weekend where I went from a Street Tuner BMW in the Continental Tire Series to a Rolex spec Porsche GT3 Cup car this is really comparing apples to oranges. They are both so […]


Tomorrow starts at 10AM

So my busy day tomorrow starts at 10AM with the first Rolex practice of the weekend. Last I heard I think I am taking the Autometrics Porsche out first tomorrow morning for a shakedown and to bed in the goodies on the car. After that I will have a session in the Continental Tire ST […]


Wow that was fast!

The first official weekend of BimmerWorld’s entry into the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge is over. It seems just like yesterday we were heading down to Daytona and now we are back at home in the cold weather. Overall the weekend was a great success. James and Dave in car #80 progressively got faster as […]