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Pumpelly Wins in IMSA Season Opener

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (February 3, 2018) – Spencer Pumpelly began the 2018 IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge season with a win at Daytona International Speedway, January 26, driving with Rennsport One teammate Dylan Machavern in the No. 28 Porsche Cayman GT4 MR.
Back with RS1 for a fourth season in the CTSC, Pumpelly moves from Street Touring (ST) to the team’s Grand Sport (GS) entry. Though the car remains a Porsche Cayman, it is now the GT4-spec version of the car. 
“The GS category is becoming deeper and more diverse as far as equipment goes,” Pumpelly explained. “It’s 100 percent GT4 cars now. The Audi, BMW and Mercedes are all new to the class and there are a lot more Ford Mustangs. There’s still some familiar McLarens and Porsches. It’s some of toughest racing in the country right now, as far as depth of field and variety of equipment.”

 Joining Pumpelly in the No. 28 Porsche Cayman GT4 MR is the reigning CTSC GS Champion Machavern.
At the start of the Daytona weekend, Pumpelly was tapped to pilot both of RS1’s Porsches, however, an accident for the No. 18 Porsche Cayman GT4 MR in qualifying left the car unable to compete in the race, this left Pumpelly to focus solely on the No. 28 which he qualified on pole with a lap of 1:55.136 (111.2 mph). Read more...

Pumpelly Closes Sprint-X Season with Podium in Texas

AUSTIN, Texas (Sept. 6, 2017) – Spencer Pumpelly wrapped up his Pirelli World Challenge Sprint-X season with a podium finish for Magnus Racing at Circuit of the Americas (COTA). Though the triple-header had its setbacks, Pumpelly and teammate Pierre Kaffer ended the weekend with a third-place finish.
The first of three races took place on Friday evening. Though the Sprint-X format typically includes just two races, a rain-out at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in May, forced Series officials to add a make-up race at COTA.
The grid carried over from what had been established in Canada, putting Pumpelly eighth on the grid in the No. 4 Magnus Racing Audi RS 8 LMS.



An uneventful race for both Pumpelly and Kaffer saw the teammates pick up two positions to finish sixth at the checkered flag.


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