My involvement with air cooled engines goes back to 1978 becoming a professional Porsche technician in 1985 with a specialty in 911's, mentoring with Bruce Anderson and Jerry Woods.

In the late 80's I began building race engines, preping and assembling race cars and by the mid 90's, PCA club racing in my own car and as a co-driver with others.

The pace really picked up when, after several years as a Racer's Group crew member, Kevin Buckler invited me to attend the first Porsche Factory GT3-R school at Daytona.

In late 1999, I joined the #31 Peterson Motorsports White Lightening Team. Highlights included running in the Australian Asia Pacific, Lemans, winning the 2001 GT class at Daytona placing 2nd overall. 2002 garnered us a 2nd overall at the Petit Lemans at Road Atlanta and 2nd place GT at Sebring.

While continuing to work in ALMS with Peterson Motorsports, I also undertook part time crew chief duties in the Grand Am Rolex series with car #84. Current racing activity involves frequent co-driving in PCA Club Racing with car #134 in GT 2 class and #334 in GT 1 as well as trackside service of the many cars we have built, most significantly, the fastest GT2R in PCA Club history, #87 seen here coming from last to win overall at Road Atlanta.

We are especially proud of our most recent win overall in the enduro at PCA's Oktoberfest at Daytona as well as GT1 R championships in 2010 and 2011.