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Tanner Rumburg

Competing in the No. 31 Rumcastle LLC Volkswagen Golf GTI in the new TCR class. In his rookie season, Rumburg will be co-driving alongside brother Luke and was the 2013 South Boston NASCAR Modified Division Champion.

Luke Rumburg

Competing in the No. 31 Rumcastle LLC Volkswagen Golf GTI in the new TCR class. In his rookie season, Rumburg will be co-driving alongside brother Tanner and has previous experience in NASCAR Modified Division and NASA.

Austin Cindric

Returning to the Continental Tire Challenge for first time since the 2015 season, during which he scored win at CTMP. Cindric will be piloting the No. 22 Ford Mustang GT4 part time for Multimatic Motorsports, while also competing full time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. In 2017, Cindric finished third in the NASCAR Truck Series standings.

Chase Briscoe

Making Continental Tire Challenge debut in the No. 22 Multimatic Motorsports Ford Mustang GT4. Briscoe was named the first driver to the Ford Performance Driver Development Program and in 2017, competed in the NASCAR Truck Series scoring one win, along with Rookie of the Year and Most Popular Driver honors. Briscoe was also the 2016 ARCA Racing Series Champion.

Mark Ramsey

Team Owner of Ramsey Racing and competing in the No. 92 Mercedes-AMG GT4 in his rookie season of Continental Tire Challenge competition. Ramsey’s past racing experience includes the 2016 EXR Racing Series and attendance at the Bondurant Racing School.

Ramin Abdolvahabi

Competing in the No. 09 Automatic Racing Aston Martin Vantage GT4 after contesting one GS race in 2017 and multiple seasons previously in the ST class. Outside of motorsports, Abdolvahabi is also a neurosurgeon in Florida.

Jared Salinksy

Competing in the No. 52 MINI JCW Team MINI JCW in his second season of Continental Tire Challenge competition after racing part time in 2017. Outside of IMSA, Salinsky has previous racing experience in World Challenge TCA and TCB classes and is also an orthopedic surgeon in the Tampa area.

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