Cameron Racing USA

About Cameron Racing

Founded as Cameron/McGee Motorsports in 1987, after nearly 30 years of operation the organization has evolved into Stephen Cameron Racing. Cameron Racing has competed in Grand American, World Challenge, Indy Lights, Atlantics, IMSA, Formula Ford, Star Mazda, Sports Racer, ACRL and Historics.

The Cameron organization has been the team behind the racing programs of Lynx Racing, Dorricott Racing, Pope Racing, the Daytona Prototype and Continental Challenge programs for Finlay Motorsports, and the Pirelli World Challenge GT-A entry for iRacerCoaching.com. Included in Cameron’s operations are Cameron Karting and the Sanzaru Games Karting Championship, home of the largest ROTAX Max Challenge Series in the USA.

Team Cameron:

Steve Cameron
Steve was also runner-up in the U.S. Formula Atlantic Championship and has a New Zealand Championship title as well.

Steve has driven almost every type of road racing car possible, including: GTP, GTO, Atlantic, Indy Lights, Formula 2000, Formula Ford, S2000, Sports Racers, Koni Cup, Historic Can-Am, Historic F1, Vintage Lotus sports cars.

Steve has also worked as a test and development driver for teams, car manufactures, and tire companies such as Raven Race Cars, Star Race Cars, Yokohama, Ohlins.

As a team manager, Steve has put together championship and race-winning teams for several high profile organizations. Lynx Racing dominated the Formula Atlantic Championship for 10 years with numerous race wins and driver championships. Finlay Motorsports won in the prestigious Daytona Prototypes class in its first year of competition.

Drivers who have been coached by Cameron include Indy 500 winners Buddy Rice and Sam Hornish Jr., Champ Car drivers, Memo Gidley, Michael Valiante, NASCAR driver Michael McDowell and ALMS GT driver Bryan Sellers.
Rick Cameron
Rick's extensive technical knowledge includes data system analysis, wind tunnel, shock development, seven-post rig, geometry analysis and chassis development.

Rick has the rare ability to combine his technical expertise, race strategy and driver training to put together race wins and championships. Whether working with experienced professionals or rookie drivers, Rick is able to help the driver optimize the race car set up, develop strategies and optimize their performance.

Rick recently won an unprecedented fifth Star Mazda Championship with driver Tristan Vautier.
Ford Mustang Boss 302r

Forty years ago, the original Mustang Boss 302 became a road racing legend. The car’s triumphs included Parnelli Jones’ SCCA Trans-Am championship in 1970, driving a Boss 302 prepared by Bud Moore Engineering. Now, the new Boss 302R from Ford Racing is adding another illustrious chapter to the legend.

The World Challenge Mustang BOSS 302R features a sealed high-output race engine with an upgraded cooling system, a close-ratio six-speed transmission with integral shifter, a seam-welded body, race suspension/AST dampers and ABS brake tuning, race performance exhaust and a high-speed balance one-piece driveshaft.

Motor: 5.0-liter V8, four valves/cyl.
Weight: 3400 lb(with driver)
Tires: Pirelli P-Zero
Wing: G-Stream
Greabox: Six speed Tremec

Aston Martin Vantage

The Vantage V8 Grand-Am is an uncompromising race car, but above all else it’s an Aston Martin. The foundation for the Aston Martin Grand-Am race car is the road-going Vantage V8. Originally launched in 2005, the Vantage V8 road car underwent the most extensive test program of any Aston Martin, totaling more than 1.5 million development kilometers to ensure absolute reliability and driving pleasure. Aston Martin’s unique aluminum bonded architecture gives class-leading strength and rigidity, with a front mid-mounted V8 engine creating optimum front to rear weight distribution and a low centre of gravity – the perfect foundation for a successful race car.

Under the hood is the inherently powerful 4.7 litre Aston Martin V8, a proven engine with dry sump lubrication to prevent oil starvation during extreme cornering. The engine management system has been recalibrated for race use.

The Vantage V8 Grand-Am is supplied with a series specified six speed manual transmission. A Valeo twin-plate cerametallic racing clutch and lightweight flywheel complete the power train specification. The chassis has been fitted with a high-strength steel Grand-Am compliant roll cage and a Recaro competition seat. A suede-trimmed steering wheel with a quick release mechanism is also supplied as standard. The Vantage V8 Grand-Am’s safety features are completed with a push-button release equipped safety harness and a Lifeline Zero 360 gas extinguisher system.

The Vantage V8 road car’s suspension has required only minor adjustments for optimal track performance. These include larger diameter front and rear anti-roll bars and compression/rebound adjustable KONI dampers. Cast magnesium OZ front and rear wheels are standard equipment. The brakes are upgraded to Brembo rotors with Pagid RS 29 race pads and utilize a Bosch Motorsports adjustable ABS. Each Vantage V8 Grand-Am is hand-built by Aston Martin Racing in Banbury, U.K. and race prepared by Multimatic Motorsports in Toronto, Canada for competition use.