Lawrence, MA – Kachel Motor Company announces a 4-car line up in International GT (IGT) at Watkins Glen September 9-12 marking the team’s debut. This event will be run with Trans AM and live streamed on the SVRA app. ”I am pleased to be part of such a wonderful event, International GT is a great series to showcase the KMC cars and drivers,” said Tim Kachel, owner of KMC. “This is our first event with IGT, and we are looking to make an impact in each of the classes we have entered. The drivers are excited to compete in this professional series with their KMC-prepped cars at one of the premier racetracks in the USA.”
Driver Lineup and Class:
- Aubrey Bout, Class GT4.0, Car #027, 2019 991.2 GT3 Cup
- Doug Oh, Class GT3.4 Car # 080, 2014 Cayman S
- Michael Saia, Class GT3.6, Car #13, 2009 997.1 GT3 Cup
- Darius Trinka, Class GT3.6, Car #15, 2007 997.1 GT3 Cup
Michael Saia, KMC Team Drivers Captain – “We are looking forward to competing at Watkins Glen with International GT in September. IGT has great cars and competitors and we are looking to podium (WIN!) in our respective classes.”
Julie Bentley, Director of Registration for International GT – ”With a field of 30 cars and growing, I welcome the KMC team and look forward to having them run with us at the Glen and at future events.”
About Kachel Motor Company
The first Kachel Motor Company began in 1952 as a Studebaker Dealership, founded by William Harrison Kachel Jr. who had a strong love for automobiles. The love of automobiles has been carried through the generations to the present manager, Timothy J. Kachel, of Kachel Motor Company who is the Great Grandson of William Jr.
The passion is now German and Italian High Performance automobiles – selling, maintaining and custom fabricating to satisfy the needs for the “Love of Your Automobile”.
About International GT
International GT is a North American racing series that includes three different championships for late model Porsche and Ferrari competitors. Home primarily to sportsman drivers, with the occasional professional driver/coach joining the action in endurance races, International GT annually presents The Stuttgart Cup, Mission Foods GT3 Cup Trophy and The Maranello Cup championships.
The Stuttgart Cup includes Cayman 3.4 and 3.8 liter cars. The Mission Foods GT3 Cup Trophy features 996, 997 and other GT3 Cup cars from the last decade. The Maranello Cup includes Ferrari 360, 430 and 458 challenge spec cars. All classes compete for season-long sprint championships.
With rare exception, all three divisions compete on track at the same time for individual class honors in their own and exclusive International GT run group. Most race weekends feature a minimum of one enduro and two sprint “points” races that count toward the season championships.