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untitledMcKay Snow: Driver

Although he’s the youngest of the Snow boys, McKay’s not letting his age slow him down. Hopping in a go-kart at the age of 6, McKay rapidly progressed through the ranks being named number one in the Rotax class by the time he was 14. Following his brothers lead, he has since transitioned to Porsche GT3 Cup, finishing 6th in his debut championship. McKay is currently studying mechanical engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder while simultaneously racing in the 2017 IMSA GT3 Cup.

Highlights of his career are: Miller Motorsports Park Mini Max Champion, Top ten finish at Gatorz, ranked in the top ten mini max US drivers. Third place GT3 at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal. Third Place Watkins Glen International Raceway, New York.
               

 

 

Madison Snow: DriverMadison-Snow-200x300

Starting in go-karts at the age of 5, Madison quickly moved up through the racing ranks, competing in his first car race at only 14 years olds. After placing second in his Miata at Miller Motorsports Park, Madison briskly transitioned to racing Porsches in the IMSA GT3 cup. By 2013 he had dominated the GT3 Platinum class allowing him to move up to the highest levels of road racing. After a record setting season driving for Paul Miller Racing in the IMSA Weather Tech series, he joins the team again for 2017 in hope of bringing home a championship in their number 48 Lamborghini.

Career Highlights: 2016 IMSA United SportsCar Championship GTD pole and win at Virginia International Raceway, 2015 IMSA United SportsCar Championship GTD – one win (Petit Le Mans), two podiums (including Rolex 24 At Daytona, 2014 IMSA United SportsCar Championship GTD – three podiums (including Rolex 24 Daytona and Petit Le Mans). 2013 American Le Mans Series GT – one win (Petit Le Mans); IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge Platinum – champion, 10 poles, seven wins, 14 podiums, six fastest laps (three record) Youngest driver ever to win IMSA GT3 Porsche Cup.

 

 

 

Melanie Snow: Team Manager and Driver

Melanie came up through the Porsche club circuit. It was there that she met her husband Martin. She later moved up from the PCA circuit to higher level series such as ALMS. Although her heart still belongs to Porsche’s, she has had brief stints in BMW’s, Fords and Panoz. In one of her last seasons racing Melanie teamed up with Andrea Robertson in her Ford GT as the only female pairing in the series.

Highlights of her career are: Class winner at the 12 hours of Sebring in 1999, IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge Championship in 2009 and ALMS GTC class championship in 2009.

 

 

 

 

Martin Snow: Team Owner and Driver

Taking the classic route of progressing through the Porsche Circuit, Martin turned pro in 1995. Aside from a short season in a Lola, Martin has stuck with his Porsche roots. Not only does Martin own and drive for the team, but crews for them as well.

Highlights of his career are: Class winner at the 12 hours of Sebring in 1999, A couple top finishes at 24 hours of Daytona and winning the ALMS GTC class championship along side his wife in 2009.

 

 

 

 

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