The 2008 Atlantic Championship Race Schedule
April 20 Long Beach, California More info...
May 18 Mazda Raceway at Laguna Seca More info...
June 29 Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada More info...
July 25 Edmonton 1, Alberta, Canada More info...
July 26 Edmonton 2, Alberta, Canada More info...
August 9 Road America 1, Elkhart Lake , Wisconsin  
August 10 Road America 2, Elkhart Lake , Wisconsin  
August 17 Grand Prix de Trois Rivieres, Canada  
September 14 New Jersey Motorsport Park, Millville, New Jersey TBD
September 21 Miller Motorsports Park, Salt Lake City, Utah TBD
October 4 Petite Le Mans, Road Atlanta, Braselton, Georgia TBD

Atlantic Championship Testing Schedule
February 5 Sebring International Raceway, Florida  
March 10 Mazda Raceway at Laguna Seca  
March 25 MSR Houston, Texas  

About Pacific Coast Motorsports

Team Highlights

  • Earned ten top-ten finishes in rookie season of Champ Car (2007).
  • A victory and three podium finishes in the Rolex Grand Am Series, DP and GT (2006).
  • Second-place finish at Portland while competing in the American Le Mans Series (2005).
  • 2004 Toyota Atlantic Champions, earning seven victories and six pole positions.

Team Principal Tyler Tadevic created Pacific Coast Motorsports in the fall of 2002 as competitors in the historic Toyota Atlantic Championship with American driver Alex Figge.

The team transitioned to a two-car effort in 2004 adding 2002 Atlantic Champion, Jon Fogarty to their All-American line-up. The team scored six victories and six pole positions en route to the series title with Fogarty, while teammate Figge scored his first victory in Monterrey, Mexico.

The team turned its focus to sports car racing in 2005, when they hired Scotsman Ryan Dalziel to join Alex Figge driving the Corvette in the American Le Mans Series. The PCM duo scored a podium finish in their rookie season when they finished second at Portland. The California-based squad made their debut in the Rolex Grand Am Series 2005 finale in Mexico City, driving the Pontiac-Riley. They finished sixth.

2006 saw Pacific Coast Motorsports focus solely on the Rolex Grand American Series. Figge and Dalziel returned to the cockpit of the #89 Daytona Prototype, where they brought home a podium in their rookie season, finishing second at the GAINSCO Grand Prix in Phoenix. PCM also competed in the “GT” class of the Rolex Sports Car Series in 2006. American drivers Boris Said and Tommy Kendall led the team to three podium finishes, including a victory by Said in the Pontiac GTO.

Pacific Coast Motorsports changed gears in 2007 and returned to their roots with a two-car entry in the Champ Car World Series. Fielding Alex Figge in the #29 Panoz while Ryan Dalziel and Mario Dominguez both competed in the #28 car during the season. Figge finished his season-high eighth in his series debut at Las Vegas. Dalziel scored six top-ten finishes, including seventh at Toronto. Dominguez competed with the PCM squad at San Jose, Surfers Paradise, Australia and Mexico City. He earned a top-ten at the season finale in Mexico, finishing eighth in his native city.

In 2008, Pacific Coast Motorsports will return to their roots with a two-car effort in the Cooper Tires Presents the Atlantic Championship Powered by Mazda. American stand-out Carl Skerlong of Mukilteo, WA will drive the #28 King Taco/Swift. Skerlong’s impressive rookie season in Atlantic competition included two podium finishes en-route to a top-ten finish in the 2007 series championship. Skerlong has been a fixture at the top of the time sheets throughout pre-season testing and is expected to compete for the Atlantic Series title with Pacific Coast Motorsports in 2008. Television star turned racecar driver Frankie Muniz will drive the #29 PCM Atlantic entry. Best known for his role as “Malcolm” in the Fox hit “Malcolm in the Middle,” the Emmy and Golden Globe nominated actor turned his focus to motorsports. Muniz’s racing career is on the fast track, he jumped straight into the Formula BMW series after winning the Toyota Pro-Celebrity race in Long Beach in 2006. He moved up to Atlantic in 2007. Muniz joined PCM in December of 2007 and while it is just his third year of racing, Muniz has made great strides in off-season testing and expects to improve to the top-ten this season. Considering most of his fellow drivers have been competing since grade school, Muniz is a quick-learner and clearly a natural talent behind the wheel.

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