At American Spirit Racing we are a family, a Team of professionals, mechanics, drivers, sponsors and management personnel. Everyone looks out for everyone else with one focus on winning, while being the most professionally presented team in which ever series we participate. We are in the business of building Champions. 

American Spirit Racing is celebrating its 30 year anniversary of producing front running, race winning race operations in every major professional auto racing series it has entered. Some great Championship drivers have driven American Spirit Racing machines over the years, including; John Paul, Jr., Boris Said, Dorsey Schroeder, Tomy Drissi and many more. The Team began life in IMSA in the late 80's and worked all the way up to the premier IMSA Camel GT GTP class. After a 4 year race winning stint in the popular Trans Am Series, American Spirit Racing along with its Trans Am drivers moved over to IMSA's American Le Mans Series. In 2003 American Spirit Racing finished the American Le Mans Series season as the top non-factory LMP1 prototype team competing against the powerful factory teams of Audi and Panoz. American Spirit Racing claimed victory as an LMP2 entrant in the 2004 Mobil1 twelve hours of Sebring.

   

In the years following, the Team participated in open-wheel series Formula BMW and Indy Lights, claiming victory there as well and operated under the Leading Edge banner in 2016 sweeping the first three races of the inaugural F4 United States Championship with promising young driver Konrad Czaczyk. But, with the new direction in sports car racing to return to true GT machines, our interest changed and we now return to where we began in an all out effort to capture the Pirelli World Challenge GT Overall, Sprint and SprintX crowns.

American Spirit Racing's will run a BMW M6 GT3 in the 2018 Pirelli World Challenge GT. The GT3 class represents the highest form of GT cars and Pirelli World Challenge is North America's premier GT sprint racing Series.

American Spirit Racing is offering all-inclusive arrive & drive programs in the Pirelli World Challenge in 2018. The Pirelli World Challenge consists of 10 events total with 20 races broken up into 5 Sprint events with two 50 minute races per event across the country and Canada that require only one driver and 5 Sprint X events with two races per event of longer duration requiring 2 drivers. 

Drivers who are seriously considering entering the world of professional sports car racing should contact us regarding driver opportunities with our team.