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Titan Motorsports to sponsor Jon Miller in World Challenge TC Civic Si

May 10th, 2013 Comments off

Titan Motorsports will be sponsoring Jon Miller in the World Challenge Touring Car class for the 2013 season. Miller who has been racing professionally since 2006 will be fielding a 2013 Honda Civic Si for the entire season in hopes of securing the touring car championship. Titan Motorsports and Jon Miller have been technical partners in the past on our road course development projects and look forward to extending this relationship in 2013 and beyond. The car will be campaigned by Shea Racing and features additional sponsorship from Lucas Oil,Walter D’Andrea Bodyworks,, and LoudBasstard. A big thank you to Walter D’Andrea Bodyworks for the quick turnaround and great job on wrapping the car in time for it’s debut next week at Circuit of the Americas in Austin.

2013 Schedule :

05/17/2013 Circuit of the Americas
07/04/2013 Lime Rock Park
07/12/2013 Streets of Toronto
08/04/2013 Mid-Ohio
08/23/2013 Sonoma Grand Prix
10/04/2013 Houston Grand Prix

Titan Gallardo takes a few hot laps around Sebring International Raceway

June 2nd, 2011 Comments off

Brandon Connelly and Peter Tromboni snapped these great pictures of our Gallardo Twin Turbo at Sebring International during the inaugural FCRA event. We invited accomplished driver and coach Jon Miller took the car out for 10-12 hot laps, with over 850hp on tap on 93 octane the car was exceptionally fast on track. We were able to achieve great cornering speeds with the Toyo R888s on the car, and managed to hit 185mph entering the braking zone for turn 17, a speed rarely seen at Sebring aside from LMP cars. The factory brakes weren’t happy stopping the car from such speeds, so a pad upgrade will be in the cars future for future track outings. After a day in the heat we couldn’t be more happy with how the car performed and look forwards to more track testing at Sebring in the near future. The heat, varying pavement conditions, 3 long straights, and plenty of treacherous corners throughout it’s 3.7 mile length make it the perfect place to take a car like this to it’s limits and gather valuable data.