PACIFIC COAST MOTORSPORTS
Headquarters: Carpinteria, CA
Owners: Tyler Tedevic, Shelly Tedevic, Tom Figge
Team Manager: Michael Harvey
General Manager: Nate Davis
|#29 Imperial Bank Cosworth / DP01
|#28 Tecate Cosworth / DP01
Two-car team made their Champ Car debut in 2007.
Won the 2004 Champ Car Atlantic title with driver Jon Fogarty
Has raced in Champ Cars, Atlantics, Grand-Am and ALMS competition
Won seven races during the 2004 Atlantic season
Veteran race team made its move to the Champ Car World Series in 2007, fielding a two-car team for Roshfrans Rookie-of-the-Year contenders Ryan Dalziel and Alex Figge. In 2008 the team returned to Champ Car with team owner Tyler Tedevic as a CO-owner of the Champ Car World Series along with partners Paul Gentilozzi and Mark Plourde. The California-based squad brings vast experience to Champ Car, having competed in Champ Car Atlantic, American LeMans Series and in the Rolex Grand American Road Racing Series in the last four years.
The team is most well-known in Champ Car circles for its dominating 2004 campaign when Jon Fogarty won six races and the Atlantic championship, outracing current PCM driver Ryan Dalziel for the title. The team also visited Victory Lane with Alex Figge as the American driver scored his first Atlantic win with a victory in Monterrey, Mexico. Running its own Grand-Am program last year, the team of Dalziel and Figge had seven top-10 finishes paced by a second-place run at Phoenix and a third-place result at Laguna Seca.
The tandem of Figge and Dalziel made its debut in 2005 as the team moved to sports cars, competing part time in both the Grand-Am Cup Series and the American Le Mans Series, with a season-best finish of third coming at Portland. The team moved up from Grand-Am Cup and into the prototypes for the last race of the 2005 season and finished sixth in its debut.
The team debuted in 2003, running a single-car effort for Alex Figge. The team earned its first-ever front-row start when Figge gridded second at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in a race where he went on to finish fifth. Pacific Coast started its debut season with five consecutive top-10 finishes including top-five runs at Long Beach and MRLS.
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