Moorespeed Management

Our Management

David Moore President of Moorespeed Austin

David Moore

President

David Moore, President, Moorespeed received his B.S. in Architectural Engineering with a minor in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas.

 

A love for sports cars found him leaving Construction Management to pursue a career in racing. However, the education and experience gained has proven invaluable in the ultra High-Tech field of Road Racing.

 

David began his career in the Automotive field at Norwood Ferrari as Project Engineer in the late 1980’s. He gives “Uncle Bob” much credit for the experience and knowledge attained under his tutelage.

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A highlight of his career occurred after leaving Norwood’s to start his own shop. Bob and David had been courting Oldsmobile during the development of the A-12 super car project. When the project came to fruition, Bob asked David to help out.

 

This led to being Driver and Engineer for the Aurora Olds Aerotech, which shattered 47 International Speed Endurance Records.

 

The experience gained in this grueling World Record run has proven instrumental in providing an extra edge in racecar preparation.

 

After founding Memphis Speedwerks, where David was Team Mgr for the Exxon Superflo Porsche IMSA Team, he headed back home to Texas. Moorespeed was “officially” formed in March of 1996.

 

Moore has had the privilege of working with some great drivers such as: Scott Goodyear, Hurley Haywood, Peter Kitchak, Derek Bell, Randy Pobst, Dr. Steve Earle, David Murry, Jim Matthews, Barry Waddell, Stefan Johanson, Tommy Kendall and many more.

 

In the late 90’s David was Crew Chief for MCR’s Carolina Turkey Riley Scott Ford WSC team, Davies Racing Porsche GT2 Evolution, Team Manager for The Racer’s Group ALMS GT3 Porsche team as well Konrad Racing during 1998 24 Hours of Daytona. In 1999, 2000 & 2001 David was Crew Chief and Team Manager for Toad Hall Motor Racing/Moorespeed Porsche RSR in Speedvision World Challenge GT.

Chris Moore Vice President of Moorespeed Austin

Chris Moore

Vice President

Chris Moore, Vice President of Moorespeed, came on board in January of 2002. By doing so, he fulfilled his childhood dream of owning his own company and working with his brother.

 

Prior to working with Moorespeed, Chris dabbled in the computer field, but then decided to pursue a Law Degree.

 

He started by attending South West Texas University in pursuit of a Criminal Justice Degree, working his way through college at Thermon Manufacturing as an R & D Quality Control Engineer.

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He graduated from SWT with a B.S. in Criminal Justice in 1996. He was preparing for the next step, Law school, when an opportunity came he could not pass.

 

Rather than going to law school, he took a chance and accepted a job at a Dot.Com company.

 

Chris was the first employee in this company, working for 6 years as the Director of Information Technology for TradeCast Financial Trading Systems in Houston, Texas. The Ameritrade Corporation purchased the company in 2001, and he became the Director of Information Technology for Ameritrade’s TradeCast Professional Trading Division.

 

Besides being an owner of Moorespeed, Chris also owns CNS Network-Texas, Inc., a computer and network consulting firm based out of Houston Texas www.network-texas.com, and has been supporting Houston, Austin, San Antonio & Dallas area clients since 2002.

 

Chris and his wife Cathie have two beautiful daughters, Katie and Allison and two little boys, Austin and Case.

 

You can find Chris & Cathie most weekends mountain biking, road riding through Texas, playing tennis and enjoying life with their kids. Cathie and Chris are excellent tennis players and avid mountain bikers and road bikers. Every year, Cathie and Chris participate in the MS150 to help raise money and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis.

Price Cobb General Manager of Moorespeed Austin

Price Cobb

General Manager

Price Cobb, General Manager of Moorespeed in Austin TX, has over 30 years experience Pro racing highlighted by driving the Silk Cut Jaguar XJR-12 to overall victory at the 1990 24 Hours of Lemans.

 

After a brief stint in Can-Am in the late 70’s, Price got his first big break in professional racing when Rob Dyson came calling in 1985 after buying the first produced 962 from privateer Bruce Leven to run in IMSA Camel GTP.

 

Price’s first victory with Dyson Racing was at the tail end of the 1985 IMSA Camel GTP series at the Columbus 500km. He and co-driver Drake Olson took top honors with Drake Clinching the North American Porsche Cup.

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In 1986, Price’s first full season with Dyson racing, saw him win another three races and he won his first North American Porsche Cup.

 

Price and the Dyson team started 1987 with a solid 3rd place at the 24 hours of Daytona.

 

They followed up with victories at Road Atlanta, Watkins Glenn, and had four other podium finishes.

 

For the second year in a row, Price won the North American Porsche Cup.

 

1988 the Dyson squad ran under Blaupunkt sponsorship not garnering any wins but solid finishes against the strong Nissans allowing Price to win his 3rd North American Porsche Cup title.

 

Blaupunkt Dyson Porsche 962 YouTube

 

Following the By-laws of Porsche, Price by winning the Porsche Cup USA three consecutive years officially retired the USA Porsche Cup.

 

With the USA Porsche Cup no longer in existence, Price went on to win the “World” Porsche Cup in 1994 the first American to do so.

Winslow Mankin Service Manager at Moorespeed Austin

Winslow Mankin

Service Manager

Winslow Mankin, Service Manager at Moorespeed, With over 40 years of increasing responsibility in the automobile business, Winslow’s automotive trek   all started with the purchase of a Porsche in October of 1971.

 

During college Winslow worked for a Porsche+Audi, Volkswagen dealer mopping floors, then worked in parts as well as an apprentice mechanic during his tenure there.

 

Over the many years following he has worked for Porsche, Mercedes Benz, Toyota and Ferrari successfully testing for and being awarded numerous mechanical certifications from each manufacturer.

 

More About Winslow

His commitment to customer service is evident as he consistently achieved high customer satisfaction scores as a Service Director for the world’s most recognized brands. His deep dual-knowledge of Ferrari and Porsche makes Winslow uniquely qualified to manage your vehicles maintenance, enhancement, and repair. Winslow garage includes his beloved 996 Turbo, a CTS-V, and a Touareg V10TDI.

Our Management
David Moore President of Moorespeed Austin

David Moore

President

David Moore, President, Moorespeed received his B.S. in Architectural Engineering with a minor in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas.

 

A love for sports cars found him leaving Construction Management to pursue a career in racing. However, the education and experience gained has proven invaluable in the ultra High-Tech field of Road Racing.

 

David began his career in the Automotive field at Norwood Ferrari as Project Engineer in the late 1980’s. He gives “Uncle Bob” much credit for the experience and knowledge attained under his tutelage.

More About David

A highlight of his career occurred after leaving Norwood’s to start his own shop. Bob and David had been courting Oldsmobile during the development of the A-12 super car project. When the project came to fruition, Bob asked David to help out.

 

This led to being Driver and Engineer for the Aurora Olds Aerotech, which shattered 47 International Speed Endurance Records.

 

The experience gained in this grueling World Record run has proven instrumental in providing an extra edge in racecar preparation.

 

After founding Memphis Speedwerks, where David was Team Mgr for the Exxon Superflo Porsche IMSA Team, he headed back home to Texas. Moorespeed was “officially” formed in March of 1996.

 

Moore has had the privilege of working with some great drivers such as: Scott Goodyear, Hurley Haywood, Peter Kitchak, Derek Bell, Randy Pobst, Dr. Steve Earle, David Murry, Jim Matthews, Barry Waddell, Stefan Johanson, Tommy Kendall and many more.

 

In the late 90’s David was Crew Chief for MCR’s Carolina Turkey Riley Scott Ford WSC team, Davies Racing Porsche GT2 Evolution, Team Manager for The Racer’s Group ALMS GT3 Porsche team as well Konrad Racing during 1998 24 Hours of Daytona. In 1999, 2000 & 2001 David was Crew Chief and Team Manager for Toad Hall Motor Racing/Moorespeed Porsche RSR in Speedvision World Challenge GT.

Chris Moore Vice President of Moorespeed Austin

Chris Moore

Vice President

Chris Moore, Vice President of Moorespeed, came on board in January of 2002. By doing so, he fulfilled his childhood dream of owning his own company and working with his brother.

 

Prior to working with Moorespeed, Chris dabbled in the computer field, but then decided to pursue a Law Degree.

 

He started by attending South West Texas University in pursuit of a Criminal Justice Degree, working his way through college at Thermon Manufacturing as an R & D Quality Control Engineer.

More About Chris

He graduated from SWT with a B.S. in Criminal Justice in 1996. He was preparing for the next step, Law school, when an opportunity came he could not pass.

 

Rather than going to law school, he took a chance and accepted a job at a Dot.Com company.

 

Chris was the first employee in this company, working for 6 years as the Director of Information Technology for TradeCast Financial Trading Systems in Houston, Texas. The Ameritrade Corporation purchased the company in 2001, and he became the Director of Information Technology for Ameritrade’s TradeCast Professional Trading Division.

 

Besides being an owner of Moorespeed, Chris also owns CNS Network-Texas, Inc., a computer and network consulting firm based out of Houston Texas www.network-texas.com, and has been supporting Houston, Austin, San Antonio & Dallas area clients since 2002.

 

Chris and his wife Cathie have two beautiful daughters, Katie and Allison and two little boys, Austin and Case.

 

You can find Chris & Cathie most weekends mountain biking, road riding through Texas, playing tennis and enjoying life with their kids. Cathie and Chris are excellent tennis players and avid mountain bikers and road bikers. Every year, Cathie and Chris participate in the MS150 to help raise money and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis.

Price Cobb General Manager of Moorespeed Austin

Price Cobb

General Manager

Price Cobb, General Manager of Moorespeed in Austin TX, has over 30 years experience Pro racing highlighted by driving the Silk Cut Jaguar XJR-12 to overall victory at the 1990 24 Hours of Lemans.

 

After a brief stint in Can-Am in the late 70’s, Price got his first big break in professional racing when Rob Dyson came calling in 1985 after buying the first produced 962 from privateer Bruce Leven to run in IMSA Camel GTP.

 

Price’s first victory with Dyson Racing was at the tail end of the 1985 IMSA Camel GTP series at the Columbus 500km. He and co-driver Drake Olson took top honors with Drake Clinching the North American Porsche Cup.

More About Price

In 1986, Price’s first full season with Dyson racing, saw him win another three races and he won his first North American Porsche Cup.

 

Price and the Dyson team started 1987 with a solid 3rd place at the 24 hours of Daytona.

 

They followed up with victories at Road Atlanta, Watkins Glenn, and had four other podium finishes.

 

For the second year in a row, Price won the North American Porsche Cup.

 

1988 the Dyson squad ran under Blaupunkt sponsorship not garnering any wins but solid finishes against the strong Nissans allowing Price to win his 3rd North American Porsche Cup title.

 

Blaupunkt Dyson Porsche 962 YouTube

 

Following the By-laws of Porsche, Price by winning the Porsche Cup USA three consecutive years officially retired the USA Porsche Cup.

 

With the USA Porsche Cup no longer in existence, Price went on to win the “World” Porsche Cup in 1994 the first American to do so.

Winslow Mankin Service Manager at Moorespeed Austin

Winslow Mankin

Service Manager

Winslow Mankin, Service Manager at Moorespeed, With over 40 years of increasing responsibility in the automobile business, Winslow’s automotive trek   all started with the purchase of a Porsche in October of 1971.

 

During college Winslow worked for a Porsche+Audi, Volkswagen dealer mopping floors, then worked in parts as well as an apprentice mechanic during his tenure there.

 

Over the many years following he has worked for Porsche, Mercedes Benz, Toyota and Ferrari successfully testing for and being awarded numerous mechanical certifications from each manufacturer.

 

More About Winslow

His commitment to customer service is evident as he consistently achieved high customer satisfaction scores as a Service Director for the world’s most recognized brands. His deep dual-knowledge of Ferrari and Porsche makes Winslow uniquely qualified to manage your vehicles maintenance, enhancement, and repair. Winslow garage includes his beloved 996 Turbo, a CTS-V, and a Touareg V10TDI.

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