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Ted Giovanis
Driver/Team Owner

Giovanis started his racing career in 1991 in a variety of amateur series. After years of following professional racing, he decided to leave amateur racing behind and to start building a professional team to race in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge (IMPC), starting in the 2006 season. Since his start in the IMPC, Giovanis has continued to develop his driving abilities and has proven he is more than just a gentleman driver. 

2018 saw Giovanis join Ferrari Challenge (FC) North America (NA) competition in the Coppa Shell Am class, scoring second and third place finishes at the World Finals at the Monza Eni Circuit.

In addition to the IMPC and FC NA, Giovanis takes his love of driving and his never ending desire to build his driving skills to various track events throughout the year including the David Murry Track Days, Group 52, and the Porsche Sport Driving School as well as private track days in which he tests his skills with some of his race cars and personal vehicles including various Ferraris, Porsches and BMWs.

When off the track, Giovanis is a highly recognized and well-known individual in the health care industry. Over the past several decades, he has built several businesses in the health policy, regulatory consultancy, and advocacy arenas. The broad policy experiences, expertise, and techniques applied by the principals of his firms have allowed them to develop specialized reimbursement strategies and techniques with the result of increasing payments to hospitals nationwide.

Guy Cosmo

Cosmo is a high profile and standout sports car driver.  He has over 30 year of experience in racing, most notably in recent years racing in Prototype and GT cars as well as a great love and passion for the sport.  Cosmo won the 2005 ALMS Rookie of the Year award in LMP2 and is recognized as a first-class professional and proven front-runner in both the Prototype and GT ranks. Cosmo boosts 54 starts in the American Le Mans Series including four wins, 16 top three finishes, three pole positions and has set the fastest race lap six times, as well as over 30 starts in Grand-Am Daytona Prototypes.

Cosmo's career began in karting at the age of 11, and he earned championships in karting, Formula Ford, Formula 2000 and Star Mazda before a limited season in the Toyota Atlantic Championship.  In 2003, he transitioned to sports cars racing in Grand-Am's Daytona Prototype category as well as the American Le Mans Series' LMP2 class.

For the 2017-2018 season, Cosmo won the Asian Le Mans Series LMP3 Championship, along with co-driver Patrick Byrne.

Cosmo also coaches racers and enthusiasts world-wide.  In addition, he and his wife, Louisa, run Cosmo-Sport, Inc., which was established in 2007 and offers Automotive Event Management, Motorsports Marketing & Driving Events.

Hugh Plumb

Plumb is one of the most talented and experienced American endurance racers. Plumb has been actively competing in multiple North American endurance series including the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, IMPC, and Pirelli World Challenge (PWC).

From 1998 to 2001, Plumb ran in PWC where he won the Rookie of the Year title, was third in the Driver’s Championship, helped collect two Manufacturers’ Championships, scored four wins, 15 podium finishes and 30 top ten finishes.  He finished second in the 2003 GTS class of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship (formerly Rolex series) with BMW. He also finished second in the 2002 12 Hours of Sebring.

From 2006-2011, Plumb has accumulated multiple wins and podiums in the IMPC and the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship with nine Rolex 24 At Daytona starts.

Plumb joined Rum Bum Racing in 2014; then participated in his first full season in 2015, co-driving the No. 13 Rum Bum Racing Porsche with his brother Matt Plumb. After leading the championship and scoring three wins plus two podium finishes, the Plumb brothers finished second in the IMSA IMPC GS Driver and Team Championships.  In 2016, Plumb teamed with his brother again and competed in the first two rounds of the IMPC finishing fifth at Daytona and third at Sebring.

In 2018, with TGM, and driving the newly introduced Mercedes-AMG GT4, Plumb, along with co-driver Owen Trinkler, captured three victories and four total podiums on the way to scoring the IMPC GS Championship for both Driver and Team Championship Titles.

Owen Trinkler

Trinkler is a second-generation driver, having followed in his father’s footsteps, beginning his racing career at age 10. Now having spent most of his life giving back to the sport, he’s now a proven winner with over 30 years of racing experience in all disciplines of the sport, ranging from open wheel to NASCAR, with most of his professional career in the IMSA sports car ranks.

One of his many of accomplishments includes being chosen out of hundreds to be one of the 25 young drivers in the USA to participate in the distinguished Team Green’s Indy Car Academy Scholarship in 1996. In 1997, at the age of 20, Trinkler finished in the top ten in class in the prestigious Rolex 24 At Daytona and the 12 Hours of Sebring. With his return to road racing in the American Le Mans Series in 2001, he competed with the one and only Chevy Corvette in LMGT category at the 12 Hours of Sebring. Trinkler captured victories in 2002 and 2003 in the Rolex Sportscar Series and the Grand-Am Cup Series (now IMPC).

Trinkler has secured 100+ wins in various disciplines of motor sport including: Go-karts, Sports2000 IMSA, USFF2000 Pro SCCA, Chevy Corvette Grand-AM, Speedvision Cup Series, LMP900 IMSA, Barber Dodge Pro Series, LMGT Corvette ALMS, AGT Corvette Grand-AM Rolex Series, Grand-Am Cup (now IMPC), NASCAR SuperTruck Division.  He also holds the IMPC record for most career starts, which includes nine race wins.  Trinkler and co-driver Sarah Cattaneo placed second in the 2017 IMPC ST Championship with CRG Racing.

In 2018, with TGM, and driving the newly introduced Mercedes-AMG GT4, Trinkler, along with co-driver Hugh Plumb, captured three victories and four total podiums on the way to scoring the IMPC GS Championship for both Driver and Team Championship Titles.

Throughout his many years of racing and instructor experience, he brings a tremendous amount of knowledge, professionalism and credibility to the Porsche Driving Experience and Panoz Racing School. Trinkler's passion for service and excellence is proven on and off the track. He is a proud member of Big Brothers Big Sisters and works with the Austin Hatcher Foundation.