At a Glance
The Racers Group is a full service motorsports company operating winning sports car racing programs and providing proven ROI to sponsors.
Chief Executive Officer: Kevin Buckler
Chief Financial Officer: Debra Buckler
Hospitality & Logistics: Alicia Busch
What they offer
TRG is a full-service motorsports company focused on operating winning programs at every level, with one of the most successful track records of any North American racing operation.
Professional racing branches include a Porsche GTD team in IMSA’s United SportsCar Championship, operations of an Aston Martin Racing (AMR) sports car program in North America, and the Pirelli World Challenge. The team also has a Lamborghini Super Trofeo program and operates a number of Porsche customer race cars.
Their services include:
- Comprehensive race support for self-funded drivers in the SRO GT Challenge, GT4 America, IMSA Sportscar Championship, Michelin Pilot Challenge, IMSA Prototype Challenge and the Pirelli GT3 Cup Trophy.
- Professional race driver development services.
- Professional race car support.
The company also offers comprehensive sponsorship and business opportunities, including traditional sponsorship, corporate events, business-to-business and experiential marketing. These programs can be activated from events ranging from track days through professional motorsports.
For more information on our offerings, visit theracersgroup.com.
TRG, based in Petaluma, Calif., has competed in the top levels of motor racing since it was founded in 1992. The team has earned four series championships, four Rolex 24 At Daytona victories, a victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, a victory at Petit Le Mans and entered 2014 with 122 combined podium finishes in major North American sports car competition, the third-highest total in history and the most for any privateer team.
Notes of Interest
Team driver Derek DeBoer is the star of Fastlife TV. You can read an interview with Derek here.
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