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American Spirit Racing
Based in Cape Coral, Florida, American Spirit Racing (ASR) was established in 1987 by professional driver Jon Lewis. Since its inception, ASR has operated front-running teams in IndyCar, IMSA GTP & GT2, Exxon Supreme Series GTS, IMSA SuperCar, Trans-Am, Formula BMW, Firestone Indy Lights Series and American Le Mans Series LMP1 & 2, including the 2004 12 hours of Sebring winning P2 entry.
Not only is ASR a prominent race operation, but it is also a well-respected marketing company that has developed, implemented and managed successful marketing and promotional programs while assisting in the development of strong business to business relationships for numerous high-level corporations.
In 2007, ASR blasted onto the Indy Lights Series scene taking victory at the Nashville Superspeedway while claiming 4 top-five and 8 top-ten finishes in its inaugural season with rookie-driver Robbie Pecorari.
In 2010 , American Spirit Racing returns to the company’s roots, competing in IMSA’s American Le Mans Series.
American Spirit Racing in IMSA history
American Spirit Racing: Team Owner / Manager
Birthplace: Los Angeles, California
Residence: Cape Coral, Florida
Veteran Driver and Team Owner Jon Lewis has a 22 year
history of proven top-level performance in numerous series,
including: Indycar, American Le Mans, IMSA GTP & GT2,
Trans-Am, NASCAR, Formula BMW, Firestone Indy Lights
Series and the Firestone Firehawk Endurance Championship
Professional driver and Motor Sport Marketing entrepreneur.
Founded American Spirit Racing in 1987
Over the years, American Spirit Racing has claimed numerous race wins while
consistently generating powerful promotional programs for its sponsors
A well-established track record of on-track performance and off-track marketing
success. Has developed, implemented and managed successful marketing
programs for numerous high-profile companies in various racing series
American Spirit Racing: Driver & Consultant
5 time overall winner of the 24 hours of Le Mans
(4 with Porsche)
3 time overall winner of the 24 hours of Daytona
(all with Porsche)
2 time World Sports Car Champion
(both with Porsche)
Formula 1 driver for Ferrari, McLaren, Brabham &
Voted as one of the most liked and respected drivers by his peers
Derek is a Driver and Consultant for American Spirit Racing’s American Le Mans
Team. Derek is the Primary Driver Coach for the American Spirit Racing Patron
GT3 Challenge Series Team.
American Spirit Racing: Driver
Birthplace: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Residence: Aston, Pennsylvania
Firestone Indy Lights Series:
Winner, Nashville Super Speedway.
2nd in 2007 Rookie of the Year points.
Six top-5 & twelve top-10 finishes.
ChampCar Atlantic Championship:
Winner, Toronto Grand Prix.
Numerous top five finishes.
Formula Pro Mazda Championship:
2nd in Championship by only 11 points.
Personable and dedicated, Robbie has been
an American Spirit driver since 2007. Robbie
brings a wealth of experience to the ALMS
American Spirit Racing: Crew Chief
Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts
Residence: Naples, Florida
Crew Chief for American Spirit Racing in the American
Le Mans Series, Trans-Am Series & Formula BMW
When the Team decided to enter IndyCar in 2007,
Michael chose to remain in IMSA racing with the
American Le Mans Series prototype teams of Autocon
and Intersport Racing.
From 1998 to 2006, Michael has maintained American
Spirit Racing’s cars with a dedication to detail and performance unmatched by
most in the world of motor sport. Michael returns to American Spirit Racing at
the conclusion of the 2009 season.
A proven record of on-track performance and a no-nonsense approach to car
preparation, Michael has been an instrumental part of American Spirit Racing’s
American Le Mans Series
The American Le Mans Series is the premier sports car racing series in the world with events that include the prestigious Petit Le Mans and the 12 hours of Sebring, which was won by American Spirit Racing (P2 class) in 2004.
In 2009, the American Le Mans Series adopted a new class specifically for the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge cars. This new class (GTC) will encompass all American Le Mans Series events in 2010.
American Le Mans races are televised live on CBS and Speed Channel with a worldwide television audience of over 650 million households.
2010 AMERICAN LE MANS SERIES SCHEDULE Date Event / Location Race Length March 20 Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring 12 hours Sebring International Raceway, Sebring, FL April 17 Tequila Patron Grand Prix of Long Beach 1 hr, 40 min. Streets of Long Beach, Long Beach, California May 22 Monterey Sports Car Championship 6 hours Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Monterey, CA July 10 Utah Grand Prix 2 hrs, 45 min. Miller Motorsports Park, Tooele, Utah July 24 Northeast Grand Prix 2 hrs, 45 min. Lime Rock Park, Lakeville, Connecticut Aug. 7 Acura Sports Car Challenge of Mid-Ohio 2 hrs, 45 min. Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington, Ohio Aug 22 2009 Road Race Showcase 2 hrs, 45 min. Road America , Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin Aug. 29 Mobil 1 Grand Prix of Mosport 2 hrs, 45 min. Mosport International Raceway, Canada Oct. 2 Petit Le Mans 10 hrs / or Road Atlanta, Braselton, Ga. 1,000 miles
2010 Porsche GT3 Cup Cars American Spirit Racing campaigns new 2010 Porsche GT3 Cup cars in the IMSA American Le Mans Series. The all new 2010 GT3 Cup Car features numerous technological advancements beyond previous year models.
Porsche 997 GT3 Cup Racecars The Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (Type 997) racecars were introduced for the 2006 Carrera Cup. The previous model (Type 996) was used in the Carrera Cup GB since the championship was introduced in 2003. The combination of evocative sports coupe styling and characteristic rear-engine design makes the Porsche 911 a favorite for drivers seeking a precisely engineered, powerful race car, and one that is immediately recognizable by spectators and sponsors alike. The Engine The 2010 engine is 3.8 liter version of the well-known six-cylinder boxer that has been the base for successful motorsport with near-standard vehicles for the last six years. It is an extremely free-revving unit that develops 450 HP at 7500 rpm. An air-collector located under the rear wing uses pressure built up there to supply extra intake air to the engine at high speeds, so that it reaches its maximum power output quicker and easier. Bodywork High downforce, low weight and the best possible cooling had priority when the classical body silhouette of the 911 was modified for racing. The 2010 GT3 Cup car is wider, stronger and faster than its predecessors. The adjustable rear wing of the new GT3 Cup gives a clear indication of the purpose of this vehicle. The carbon fiber wing is 2.34 inches wider and 1.37 inches higher than the wing of the 2009 911 GT3 Cup model. It increases downforce at the rear significantly. An intake on the carbon fiber rear lid directs air through a filter directly to the throttle.
Porsche 997 GT3 Cup Racecars (cont.) The cockpit and dashboard feature a new layout with a central information display which informs the driver about all important functions. The light and ignition switches as well as the data recording control are positioned on the centre console with the starter button left of the steering wheel. The fuse-box can now be found in the place of the glove-box instead in the legroom area of the driver's side. Sequential 6-speed gearbox The sequential six-speed dog-type box of the latest 911 GT3 Cup features a power shift system with ignition cut for very quick up shifting at full throttle. Very close ratios ensure that the engine is used in its optimum rev range with the transmission being considerably shorter than in the road-going 911 GT3 RS. Top speed is reached at approx. 169 mph. Thanks to tailor-made gears, a single mass flywheel and the use of a 5.5 inch triple-disc sintered metal clutch, the rotating masses of the transmission are reduced. An oil-water- heat exchanger provides the reliable cooling of the system.
2010 Driver Program (American Le Mans) Driver Program $350,000 Full Season
2010 Driver Program (Full-Season) American Le Mans Series
2010 American Le Mans Series - Full Season Program includes:
All races and promoter test days on the 2010 IMSA American Le Mans
Extensive Testing Schedule available
Race and Year-end prize purse (70% split equally between co-drivers)
Fuel, tires, brakes, consumables, normally scheduled replacement parts
Professionally prepared and engineered 2010 Porsche GT3 Cup racecar
Professional, experienced crew and engineer
Top-flight support equipment
Transportation of race car & crew, including crew accommodations & meals
At-track Hospitality (large groups available)
Marketing and PR support, Autograph Cards and Media Kits
On-track damage insurance included
Contact: Jon Lewis – Team Manager American Spirit Racing 1616-102 W. Cape Coral Pkwy, PMB-271 Cape Coral, Florida 33914 Tel: 239-910-3361 Email: ASRAmerica@Gmail.com Website: www.ASR-INDY.com