Bodymotion Racing announces 3-car entry for Intercontinental Trophy Cup Series
Bodymotion Racing is pleased to announce their official entry into the 2011 Intercontinental Trophy Cup Series (ITC) hosted by NASA.
Located in Central New Jersey, Bodymotion has been building and fielding championship-winning Porsches for three decades and they look forward to continuing that tradition in ITC.
The team is set to field two P-1 Cayman S cars and one P2 Cayman S, under the scrutiny of Bodymotion owner and Team Principal Mike Bavaro. “Intercontinental Trophy Cup is just the kind of semi-pro series needed for those drivers seeking more than club racing without the huge expense of going to professional racing. It will also provide a great launching pad for young drivers seeking to advance their career in sports car racing”, commented Bavaro, a thirty-year race veteran. He continued, “The Bodymotion team looks forward to a competitive season in ITC and our goal is to earn enough podium finishes to score the inaugural ITC Championship for 2011”.
Bodymotion will announce its driver lineup over the coming weeks.
Bodymotion serves the Porsche community with a full service mechanical and auto body facility boasting state of the art equipment, including water base refinish shop, Cellete fixture bench uni-body repair system, electronic diagnostics, in-house dynamometer, fabrication shop, full engine and transmission building, all in house.
Bodymotion Racing has engineered, built, raced and maintained cars in IMSA, Grand American, PCA club racing, SCCA, NASA, and HSR, garnering dozens of wins, podium finishes and several championships along the way. Bodymotion has recently been awarded the vendor rights to the new ITC series for roll cages, ignition column locks, and quick release steering wheel kits. As thirty year members of the Porsche Club of America, Bodymotion offers complete car care from glass to upholstery, from full race cars to street hot rods to service on your daily driver.
More information on Bodymotion and their ITC build please visit: www.bodymotion.com“
About Intercontinental Trophy Cup Series (ITC)
The Intercontinental Trophy Cup Series (ITC) is a new growing and expanding series with the vision of providing not just another racing venue but a clear and defined path for the new and upcoming talents from a variety of racers from both karting and club racing into a semi-professional series. In addition to providing a development path to professional racing ITC will be NASA’s first nationally touring semi-professional series.
ITC will provide a structure to assist the development of a driver and team not only on the track but off also. ITC will have the staff and partners in place to help teams and drivers foster business partners and develop marketing strategies for this new and ever changing economy.
RaceFansTV.com to Broadcast all ITC Series Events in 2011
Indianapolis, Indiana – (2010.12.21) The intercontinental Trophy Cup Series (ITC) is pleased to announce they have received an early Christmas present and have reached an agreement with RaceFansTV.com to broadcast all sixteen races from the Series’ eight events throughout the 2011 racing season. This agreement is a major step toward developing a media and marketing strategy that will benefit race teams and drivers as well as series and team sponsors.
ITC Series Principal Doug Livingtson recently commented on the need for a broadcast partner.
“As a new series focused on driver development, we needed a platform that would give teams, and especially young drivers, a means of exposing their talents while providing support for their sponsors. RaceFansTV provides the ideal platform with the added benefit that it is global in nature which ideal for those drivers looking to reach international markets.”
“The Intercontinental Trophy Cup Series is an exciting new initiative for motorsport fans in that it combines great cars on challenging tracks in a manner that is very accessable by the fans.” said RaceFanTV’s Managing Director Chuck Ehredt. “RaceFansTV is proud to broadcast the races to our worldwide audience via the www.racefanstv.com platform to increase exposure for the competitors and sponsors, as well as allow enthusiasts around the world to follow the championship.¨
Ehredt continued, ¨RaceFansTV will regularly schedule the Intercontinental Trophy Cup Series races on the Sport Car Channel for free to our worldwide audience, or allow subscribers to access all the race programs On Demand throughout the coming season. ITC will be announcing it’s 2011 racing schedule shortly and will coordinate with RaceFansTV to include broadcast schedules on the ITC web site so that fans never miss a race.
“We are excited to have RaceFansTV on board” ,said ITC’s Livingston. “We can’t wait for the season to get started and have plenty of racing action for our fans to watch.”
RaceFansTV was created in honor of the hundreds of thousands of people who have devoted their lives to motorsports, as well as the millions who remain impassioned by the thrill of victory, the agony of defeat, and the constant rush of competition.The goal is be the primary destination for Race Fans of all types to be entertained and obtain greater knowledge in an engaging, interactive, and family-friendly way. This will be achieved through a highly collaborative environment where members, suppliers, sponsors, and associates interact freely to maintain the most comprehensive source of knowledge and video content in the motorsport world.