Road Shagger Racing Is Back With A Vengeance

Road Shagger Racing will be returning to the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge in 2022 with the same Audi RS 3 LMS TCR, but a new mindset and a key personnel change to bolster their championship chances.

In spite of winning Sebring in last season and showing great speed at times, the season still felt like a massive disappointment to the team, due to multiple mechanical and driver failures. By the time it was all said and done, they finished 8th overall, officially making it the worst season in the history of the team.

Sebring was a rare highlight from a difficult season

But 2022 promises to be different. The majority of the team is unchanged, including the driver lineup of Gavin Ernstone and Jon Morley, along with chief engineer Erik Peterson.

As for that key addition, RSR is ecstatic to welcome back Trevor McClure; whose strategy, spotting and driver coaching was instrumental during the team’s more successful 2019 and 2020 campaigns, where they finished 3rd and 4th in points respectively.

McClure and Ernstone celebrating after winning Daytona in 2020

The team will make its on track debut at the Roar during the Saturday and Sunday test sessions. They are excited to debut an updated look on their RS 3 and hope that maybe, just maybe, someone on TV will finally call the car by the color it actually is. (The last one was navy blue for all of you who thought it was grey or black).

I mean c’mon. How can you not see that the car was blue?

Road Shagger Racing is a professional motorsports team racing in the TCR class of the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge. They race an Audi RS 3 LMS TCR SEQ and are sponsored by Streamline Home LoansSimply Vegas Real EstateThe Simply GroupClear Title and Race For RP. All of their races are available for live streaming on IMSA TrackPass.


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