TechSport Racing, four-time Championship winners in SRO America, has announced its entry into the 2023 SRO GT4 America season with two Nissan Z GT4s. The team will field the #22 car with the driving duo of Colin Harrison and Eric Powell, while Bryan Heitkotter and Tyler Stone will take the wheel of the #23 car.
The Nissan Z GT4 is based on the all-new Nissan Z. This beautiful beast features a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine, producing 450 horsepower (subject to Balance of Performance by SRO), and a six-speed sequential gearbox.
TechSport Racing, which has a long history of success in motorsports, is excited to add the Nissan Z GT4 to its lineup for the SRO GT4 America season. The team is confident that the combination of the car's power and handling, along with the skill and experience of its drivers, will lead to a strong showing in the upcoming races. "We're thrilled to have the opportunity to run two Nissan Z GT4s in the SRO GT4 America series," said Kevin Anderson, team principal of TechSport Racing. "The car is incredibly capable, and we have a strong driver lineup that we believe can compete for wins and podiums throughout the season."
The SRO GT4 America season consists of 7 weekends across North America, with the first race taking place on March 31- April 2 at Sonoma Raceway. TechSport Racing is looking forward to kicking off the season and showcasing the performance of the Nissan Z GT4.
TechSport Racing is a professional race team operating out of Alton Virginia. Since its inception in 2015, TechSport has amassed four Team Championships, three Driver Championships, one Crew of the Year and one Manufacturers Championship (Subaru). TechSport is a family-owned business operated by Kevin Anderson, Deborah Popolizio and managed by Devin Anderson.