Speed City Radioshow and Podcast Podcast: Play in new window| Download - Austin driver Will Hardeman joins us live in the studio with team owner David Moore of Moorespeed! - Racer CJ Wilson joins us live to talk about racing in the Rolex 24hours at Daytona! - We play Les’ interview with Outlaw Porsche builder Magnus Walker! - Jonathan Green live from New Zealand at the Toyota Racing Series!...

#19 WPD/Moorespeed Porsche GT3 Cup Team will be competing in the 2016 IMSA Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge USA by Yokohama but jump starting the season at home in The 6 Hours of the America at COTA with Blancpain GT and Pirelli World Challenge. Click Here For The Full Schedule...

Moorespeed and driver Will Hardeman progressed to a season-best finish at VIRginia International Raceway during Rounds 11, 12 and Round 4 of the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge USA by Yokohama series. Hardeman finished fourth after starting third in the rescheduled Round 4 Sunday, Aug. 23. The race was rained out in two previous scheduled dates. Round 4 was long anticipated for Hardeman and Moorespeed. The team qualified a season-high third at NOLA only for the race to be postponed...

Moorespeed co-owner David Moore and driver Will Hardeman will celebrate at Road America, and they prefer the location to be on the podium. Hardeman celebrated his one-year racing anniversary July 31, seven days before the IMSA Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge USA by Yokohama field hits the track at Road America on Aug. 7-9. Moore will celebrate returning to the track that hosted his first race as a professional driver. Moore believes Rounds 9 and 10 at Road America represent the best chance so far this season for Hardeman to earn his first Platinum Cup podium finish in the No. 19 Moorespeed/WPD Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car. Hardeman and Moorespeed raced in the Pirelli GT3 Cup Trophy USA series July 31-Aug. 2 at Road America, giving Hardeman extra track time under race conditions as he learns yet another new circuit. Hardeman earned two second-place finishes at that event. "We'll be working on seat time and...

Will Hardeman sat with David Moore in a passenger sports car a year ago at Circuit of the Americas in their hometown of Austin, Texas. Hardeman and his father, whose family runs a successful auto dealership group in Austin, received an opportunity to drive their sports cars at speed around the COTA circuit during a charity event. Hardeman asked his friend Moore, owner of an Austin-based vintage, racing and exotic preparation shop and race team Moorespeed, to join him to offer tips. They had a blast, thrashing the car around the circuit at a brisk pace behind a pace car. It was Hardeman’s first experience in a performance car on a racetrack, and he relished it. But he had no dreams of competition. “I thought that was as good as it got,” Hardeman said of his charity track day. Moore had other ideas. At higher speeds, Hardeman’s driving lines weren’t tidy. His...

Written by DAVE DOOLITTLE It was a perfect weekend for Pirelli GT3 Cup Trophy USA driver Will Hardeman. The 33-year-old from Austin, Texas, swept both races in his WPD/Moorespeed Porsche 911 at Circuit of The Americas, winning the first race by almost 35 seconds and taking the second victory Sunday in rainy conditions. What's more impressive is that Hardeman has only been driving racecars for about seven months and was competing for the first time at Circuit of The Americas. "The thing is I've been watching people race here enough, and I know the right guys to talk to that know the track, that have turned more laps than anyone and the pros that have run the fastest times," Hardeman said Sunday afternoon. "This is my first race at COTA but I'm from Austin, I'm no stranger to the track." Hardeman comes from an automotive family and continues to work full-time at Continental Automotive Group (Austin...

    Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Listen on iTUNES - Wrap up of the Pirelli World Challenge at COTA - Interview with 6 time LeMans winner Derek Bell - Interview with race driver Ryan Dalziel just off COTA - Interview with PWC champion Will Hardeman   Today’s show on our new time and station– Sundays at 6pm on 1370AM Austin!...

Will Hardeman capped off a perfect weekend for the hometown crowd at COTA by taking the Pole in both qualifying sessions on Saturday and Sunday and then leading from start to finish in both races for the double header victory. Sunday the WPD/Moorespeed team arrived to COTA in a rainstorm. Morning practice was cancelled by officials. Qualifying for Race 2 was very wet. Hardeman who had never driven in the rain before used the first half of qualifying to get the feel of the car. When Moorespeed's David Moore told him "Its time to get with the program" he delivered instantly again qualifying P1. Will went on to victory with a margin of over 10 seconds to the second and third place cars of IMSA regulars. The team heads to Sebring with great momentum for the IMSA GT3 Cup season held in conjunction with the 12 Hours of Sebring. Watch Race #2 on YouTube compliments of...

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