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Happy Holidays from Flatout Motorsports!

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Sign up for our Winter Series!

Miami in January? Sebring in February? How about New Orleans or Austin in March? Whether you want us to bring your car down for an Arrive & Drive experience or simply fly in and rent one of our racers, check out our schedule for a look at the 2017 Winter Series!   Read More >

Runoffs, track records, championships and more!

We’ve got much to catch you up on, culminating with the 2016 SCCA Runoffs, so let’s get to it! Team Flatout visited New Jersey Motorsports Park August 12-14 to run the big Summer Thunder weekend, which featured Pro IT racing. Amy Mills, Whit Gregg, Dave Kuchrawy, JT Coupal, Stephen Pope, and company prez Nick Leverone all raced. JT won the Spec Miata races, while Nick, driving our number 90 Miata, punched above his weight in ITS—and won! A special shout-out to Pope, who’s having an outstanding season it the ITA class! Then it was up to Lime Rock, where... Read More >

Plan now for our Winter Series!

The air is crisp, the leaves are beautiful … and if you’re from the northeast, you know what that means. Months of shoveling, power outages, and wistful bench-racing. Why not give yourself something to look forward to by scheduling a race weekend or two down south? Starting with the traditional Thanksgiving Weekend Turkey Trot at Sebring, we’ll spend the winter renting cars and supporting clients at Daytona, VIR, Road Atlanta, Homestead, and more! (Keep an eye on our schedule for details.) Come on, give the snow boots a break and lace up the driving shoes instead. Read More >

Q&A with young hotshoe JT Coupal

  JT Coupal (on the right in this photo) finished on Spec Miata podiums before he got his driver’s license! Now he’s competing for wins every time he hits the track. We recently caught up with JT to learn more about his background and goals.    First, tell us a little about yourself. I’m 16 years old (going to be a Junior in high school) and am from Rochester, New York. I grew up – and continue to grow up – in the Finger Lakes Region, meaning I’ve been to Watkins Glen countless times as a spectator and finally... Read More >