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Patrick Lindsey

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Park Place Motorsports Makes Premier in California 8 Hours

Park Place Motorsports will run the No. 911 Park Place Porsche, Porsche 911 GT3 R, supported by Porsche Motorsport, in the Intercontinental Blancpain GT Challenge powered by Pirelli California 8 Hours March 28-30 at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. Park Place Motorsports’ driver lineup consists of works drivers Romain Dumas (France) and Sven Müller (Germany) and … Continue reading

20 Hours of Sebring with Patrick Lindsey

Patrick Lindsey ran back-to-back endurance races at Sebring International Raceway and lived to tell the tale; he even walked away with some hardware. Park Place Motorsports Team Principal and driver Lindsey finished third in the FIA World Endurance Championship’s 1,000 Miles of Sebring, and now his Team Project 1 No. 56 Porsche RSR sponsored by … Continue reading

Park Place Takes Eighth After Daytona Ends Under Red

Park Place Motorsports survived error and flood to finish eighth at the Rolex 24 At Daytona giving the team its highest finish in the twice-around-the-clock classic. Park Place Motorsports overcame a flooded Daytona International Raceway after gaining back three laps lost to a runaway left rear tire. The No. 73 de Boulle Porsche 911 GT3 … Continue reading

Le Mans Winner Campbell Joins Park Place for Rolex 24

Park Place Motorsports adds Porsche Young Professional and Le Mans winner Matt Campbell to its Rolex 24 At Daytona lineup that includes Patrick Lindsey, Patrick Long and Nick Boulle running the No. 73 Porsche GT3 R. Campbell, Australia, became part of the Porsche Factory Driver lineup in 2017 as a Porsche Junior. In his debut … Continue reading

The Patrick Plan: Park Place Motorsports in 2019

Park Place Motorsports rejoins IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship in 2019 with a full season GT Daytona class entry featuring Team Principal Patrick Lindsey and Porsche Factory Driver Patrick Long. Lindsey and Long previously ran together in 2013 under the newly formed Park Place Motorsports banner. Then running the No. 73 in the Grand-Am Rolex GT … Continue reading

Bergmeister Thanks Father and Tires for Laguna Seca Podium Finish

When Jörg Bergmeister earned his first chance to drive a Porsche, he was handed one set of tires for the race weekend providing a memory best jogged by Continental Tire Monterey Grand Prix Featuring America’s Tire 250. In 1994 Bergmeister arrived at the Nürburgring with his father to race a Porsche 964 Cup Car in … Continue reading

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