1988 – 1991


Car: Group C
Drivers: Bobby, Robby, Al and Al Unser, Jr., Mario, Michael, and Jeff Andretti
Mechanic with Nuremberg, Germany-based Dauer Racing. The team came to Daytona in 1991 as well as the other Florida races.

Car: TicTac Porsche
Drivers: Raul Boesel, Derek Bell, Pescarolo, Bob Wollock

Car: Sports 2000
In between races, partnered in several series with Doran Racing

Car: Spice Cosworth
Drivers: Desiree Wilson, Janet Guthrie & Lyn St. James
Ran Le Mans with GP Motorsport

1991– 1992


Car: Nissan GTP
Drivers: John Paul, Jr, Kevin Cogan, and Jocko Villeneuve
Came back to the US and reconnected with Michael Colucci, team manager with Busby Racing in IMSA. Joined the team as a mechanic.

1993 – 1994


Cars: Nissan GTP, Ferrari  333
Drivers: Gianpiero Moretti
Mechanic with Doran Racing in the WSC series

1994 – 1997 – 2001


Cars: Riley & Scott cars, Porsche GT1
Drivers: Jim Matthews, David Murray, the Wittington brothers, Hurley Haywood, Danny Sullivan
Worked as a mechanic with Colucci Racing in the WSC, Porsche GT and the 24 Hours of Le Mans – the nucleus of team that exists now began during these days

Cars: Callaway Corvette
On pole at Le Mans, breaking the track record

Cars: Porsche 911
Drivers: João Barbosa, Ian James
Contested several IMSA races with Nygmatech Racing

2002 – 2011


Cars: Vintage F1, Group C, GTP
Drivers: Stan Wattles
Partnered with Stan Wattles in vintage racing, forming Metro Racing Systems in Stuart, Fla. and became team manager. Competed in both the US and in Europe.

Car: Porsche 962
For the Rennsport Reunion

Car: Daytona Prototype
Drivers: Chris Bingham, Rubens Barrichello, Paul Tracy
Continued to work with Doran Racing in Grand Am between vintage races

2012 – 2017


Founded his own team, returning his operation to the old Colucci race shop in Jupiter, Fla.

Cars: Ferrari 458/488
Drivers: Charlie Scardina
Won two Ferrari Challenge championship (2015-2016)

Cars: Ferrari F1 and vintage
Competed in vintage racing, both in Europe and the US

Also supported friends and clients in their racing

2018


Car: LMP3
Drivers: Kris Wright, Max Hanratty
Selected to run the three-car ESM IMSA Prototype Challenge program, allowing ESM to focus on their full-scale DPi program.

The team won the championship title and also finished third in the final standings.

2019 – 2020


Car: LMP3
Drivers: Lance Willsey, Wayne Boyd
Brought the IPC program in-house when ESM closed their doors

2021


Car: LMP3
Drivers: João Barbosa and Lance Willsey
Joined the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship