Van der Linde started his racing career in karting at the age of 8 in 2006. He won two South African Karting Championships in 2008 and 2010.
In 2011, Van der Linde became the youngest ever driver to compete in Volkswagen Cup South Africa at age 14. At the end of the 2011 season, van der Linde won the Volkswagen Cup rookie championship as well as finishing 3rd in his debut season in the series. In 2012, van der Linde became South Africa’s youngest ever national champion at the age of 16 years and 128 days old when he won the Volkswagen Cup South Africa, the previous record was held by his uncle, Etienne van der Linde, who won the South African National Formula Vee title in 1994 at the age of 16 years and 270 days.
2019 Rolex 24 at Daytona: 3rd place
2018 Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup: 3rd place
2017 24 Hours of Nürburgring (SP9): 1st place
Vervisch is a Belgian racing driver. A winner of numerous karting championships, Vervisch moved to auto racing in 2003 making a single start in the Formula Three French Cup and immediately won upon his debut. Following that initial success, he participated in the entire 2004 Formula Three French Cup championship and finished runner-up. In 2009 after having won the 2008 German F3 title, Vervisch moved to the United States where he competed in the Atlantic Championship for Genoa Racing. He finished 4th in the championship standings with four podium finishes and grabbed the Rookie of the Year title.
2019 Rolex 24 at Daytona: 3rd place
2018 24h Zolder: 3rd place
2017 Belcar Endurance Championship: 1st place
Thompson began his racing career in karting 2009, and he remained in karting until 2013. In 2015, he began competing in open-wheel racing, with a focus on the Road to Indy. Thompson finished 2nd overall in the 2016 U.S. F2000 Championship. In 2018, he finished 2nd place overall again, this time in the Pro Mazda Championship. In 2017 he was the Canadian Formula 1600 Super Series Champion. In 2019, Thompson raced in the Canadian Touring Car Championship with Team NewRoads/Speedstar Motorsport.
2019 CTCC GT Sport Class: Champion
2018 Pro Mazda Championship: 2nd place
2017 Formula 1600 Super Series Canada: 1st place
2017 U.S. F2000 National Championship: 3rd place
Malcolm started karting in a small championship at Shannonville in 1994, finishing second at only 10 years old. At 16, Malcolm switched over to sports car racing. Malcolm’s passion and dedication to motorsport has been putting him on the podium ever since. From 2004 to 2007, Malcolm raced Corvettes in Ontario and Quebec, scoring many wins and claiming two Quebec GT1 championships, and placing runner-up in Ontario GT1.
2018 CTCC GT Sport Class: 1st place
Koni Challenge @ Trois Rivieres: 13th place (GS)
CRDA Presidents Trophy Races @ Mosport (GT1): Pole, 1st Place
Mont Tremblant Spring Classic (FSAQ GT): 1st Place (GTX)
BARC Ontario GP @ Mosport (Ontario Challenge Cup): 1st Place (GT1)
Blok had his race debut in the 2010 Formula Tour 1600. From there, he went on to the F2000 Canada Championship, IMSA Mazda Prototype Lites, and the Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC). In 2019, Blok raced for Team Newroads/Speedstar Motorsport in the final race weekend of the CTCC in the GT Sport Class.
2019 CTCC GT Sport Class: 1st and 2nd place in Rounds 9 and 10
2018 CASC Ontario Region: 3 podiums in 3 races
Stefan’s enthusiasm for the track started at a young age; from karting he went on to the Nissan Micra Cup, the CJ Superrace Series in Korea, the IMSA Prototype Challenge - LMP3, and the Race of Champions. Two of three races were won at the prestigious Race of Champions, and a double podium finish was achieved at the IMSA Prototype Challenge. Stefan works wholeheartedly into achieving everything he can for the track, and he brings a lively energy with him to the team.
2018: Hard Charger Award in Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge
2017: Won 2/3 races in Race of Champions
2017: Double podium in IMSA Prototype Challenge - LMP3
2017: 2 wins in Nissan Micra Cup
2017: Podium finish in Formula 1600
Tim’s passion for motorsport started at his first visit to the race track when he was just four years old — and he hasn’t stopped since. This 2014 Gold Class Champion also placed second in the Platinum Masters Champion in the GT3 Cup challenge. “Racing is the infinite pursuit of the perfect lap,” Tim says. “You just keep going around and around and around and try to go faster every single time. Racing is in my blood. I enjoy it. I enjoy the competition, the speed, the excitement, the camaraderie.”
2017: Second Place in Platinum Masters Championships in Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge
2016: Second Place in Platinum Masters Championships in Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge
2015: Second Place in Platinum Masters Championships in Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge
2014: Gold Cup Champion in Porsche Cup Car Challenge