GTWC America Acura NSX GT3 Evo
- Matt McMurry
- Rodrigo Sales
- Michael Di Meo
Ninth-place finish at the North Carolina bullring's wet and soggy IMSA WeatherTech Sprint Cup race
IMSA’s first trip to Charlotte Motor Speedway’s “Roval” replaced the originally-scheduled round at Lime Rock Park, and the track did an admirable job of living up to the “bullring” term that’s used to describe the Connecticut track.Continue Reading
Ray Mason started the first race of the SRO Road America event from the back of the GT4 Sprint field (after we moved him from SprintX so that he could drive solo) and in wet conditions moved up 11 positions to third in class and fifth overall, with just a few minutes left in the race. An incredible job that was marred by an overly-optimistic (as in, "what was he thinking?") move heading in to Canada Corner that resulted in both cars being written off.Continue Reading
Current Porsche GT3 Cup Championship leader to sub for Corey Fergus and co-drive with Paul Holton
VISTA, CA — Compass Racing has signed Jeff Kingsley to co-drive the team’s No. 76 Richard Mille McLaren 720S GT3 with McLaren Factory Driver Paul Holton for the two remaining rounds of IMSA’s WeatherTech Sprint Cup, subbing for Corey Fergus, whose wife is expecting their first child in the coming weeks.Continue Reading
Successful first GT4 weekend in Wisconsin nets two first-place finishes
Our first of two weekends at the famed Elkhart Lake circuit saw Ray Mason take wins on both Saturday and Sunday, in our team’s first GT Celebration event.Continue Reading
VISTA, CA — Compass Racing's GT4 program returns to the famed Elhkart Lake in August with back-to-back weekends in two different series. Long-time team driver Ray Mason returns to the team for his eighth season, at the helm of one of the squad’s McLaren 570S GT4s.
Although Compass Racing’s No. 76 McLaren 720S GT3 finished well down the points – in 11th – at the season-opening WeatherTech Sprint Cup round at Daytona International Speedway, our car showed strong pace, with Corey Fergus taking pole position, and both he and co-driver Paul Holton setting second-fastest laps during their stints. Our rolling 20-lap averages were also towards the front of the field, and this resulted in IMSA decreeing a rather substantial decrease in performance to our Richard Mille-sponsored entry for the second round, at Sebring.Continue Reading
Strong start to season thwarted in early going
Daytona Beach, FL — Compass Racing started the 2020 IMSA Sprint Cup Championship off with aplomb at Daytona International Speedway, with Corey Fergus taking the team’s No. 76 Richard Mille McLaren 720S GT3 to pole position in qualifying on Saturday afternoon.Continue Reading
In its second season with the McLaren 720S GT3, Compass Racing returns to Daytona after a 2019 win with the McLaren 570S GT4 in the GS-class competition
The McLaren 720S GT3 and Compass Racing will make their season debut this weekend at IMSA’s WeatherTech 240 at Daytona, the first round of IMSA's WeatherTech Sprint Cup Championship. Entering its second year with the McLaren 720S GT3, and fourth overall season with McLaren, the Compass Racing team is poised for a strong showing, with drivers Paul Holton – who previously has brought the team a number of wins at the helm of the 570S GT4, including Long Beach in 2018 and Daytona in 2019 – and new driver, Corey Fergus, who competed in a McLaren in the Michelin Pilot Challenge for the past two years, finishing second in the championship last season.Continue Reading
San Diego brewery creates bespoke Hard Seltzer: the Compass POG
VISTA, CA — Ebullition Brew Works has joined Compass Racing as strategic partner in the Team’s quest for the 2020 IMSA WeatherTech Sprint Cup, beginning with the season-opening round this weekend at Daytona International Speedway July 3rd-4th.
Compass Racing has relocated its GT3 operations to the U.S., joining the squad's GT4 program in Southern California, in a move that’s been accelerated due to the current border restrictions, according to team owner Jill Beck.
The former Toronto-based team will now call San Diego home, and a temporary shop has been established in Miami for the next six weeks, which has seen the team’s core group of Canadian crew set to remain in Florida through the summer.Continue Reading