Houston-Based Tax Masters Racing Puts Another Lap Down In 2010

Top Quote Michael Mills surprised many onlookers when his #41 Tax Masters Racing Porsche finished at the front of the final winter test session with a lap time of 2:10:205. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) January 07, 2011 - 2010 was a great year for Tax Masters Racing, a small road-racing team based in Houston, Texas. It marked the team's entry into the Patron GT3 Challenge sponsored by Yokohama, which features Porsche racing at venues all over the United States. The team was off to a great start during winter testing at Sebring International Raceway in Florida as all three Tax Masters Racing rookie drivers, Patrick Cox, Alex Clamon, and Michael Mills, used the winter testing event to get more comfortable in their new Porsche 911 GT3 Cup cars. Michael Mills surprised many onlookers when his #41 Tax Masters Racing Porsche finished at the front of the final winter test session with a lap time of 2:10:205.

    The first race in the Patron GT3 Challenge 2010 season took place in March as part of the 58th annual Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring at the same venue where winter testing was held. Michael Mills ran as high as third during the two days of racing after going off-track in an altercation with the #31 car of Doug Barron on day one. On the second day, Mills was caught up in another collision, this time with #4 Kendall Smith, and was forced to watch the remainder of the race from the pits. Alex Clamon finished with a solid top-ten finish at seventh. Patrick Cox was plagued by mechanical difficulties during both days of racing, but still managed a top-twenty finish at nineteenth when the final checker flew.

    The Tax Masters Racing team underwent several changes after Sebring, including the hiring of a new lead mechanic. After careful consideration, the drivers and team shifted their focus from the Patron GT3 Challenge to other racing venues, including regional and national SCCA races and several charity races the team helped to organize and host at MSR Houston, the premier road-racing course in Texas.

    While Tax Masters Racing's debut in the Patron GT3 Challenge could be considered brief, it was incredibly exciting and showed that the drivers can hold their own with some of the best in the country. Plans for the 2011 season remain up in the air, but it is clear that Tax Masters Racing will continue to be a solid force in Texas-based road racing.

    About Tax Masters Racing

    Tax MastersRacing.com is the home for all Tax Masters Racing information. Patrick Cox, founder and president of one of the most successful IRS tax relief companies in the U.S., publicly traded as TAXS, started the racing team in 2008. The goals of Tax Masters Racing are to take the Tax Masters message of tax relief to more people through exposure in racing venues, use racing events to draw attention to and provide additional support for select charities and sponsorships, support motor sports as a family-friendly source of entertainment in America, and provide a little fun along the way for employees, clients, and potential clients.

    For more information visit to http://taxmastersracing.com

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