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Kellymoss and Riley Join Forces in 2023 With Multi Car and Multi Series IMSA Porsche Effort

Kellymoss and Riley have announced they will partner in 2023 to campaign a two-car IMSA WeatherTech GTD effort and a Michelin Pilot GS program.

Kellymoss brings decades of Porsche championship-winning experience to the table and joins forces with Riley who has been a mainstay in North American automotive design engineering, manufacturing, assembly, and race team operations. Cars designed, operated, and built by Riley have won the 24 Hours of Daytona 20 times in addition to countless other motorsport races. The two companies previously collaborated on automotive projects behind the scenes and the partnership is an extension of that synergistic relationship.

Kellymoss has seen significant growth in recent years with owners Andy Kilcoyne and Victoria Thomas looking to build on the company's significant Porsche history. Andy Kilcoyne said, “Kellymoss has a long history representing the Porsche brand in various forms of customer racing, restorations, and custom car builds. We really wanted to be part of the development of the new 992 GT3 R, but didn't want to risk diluting our current racing programs. Having worked with Riley on many projects over the years, it was a clear and logical choice to partner with Riley on the WeatherTech and Michelin Pilot Programs.”

Riley President Bill Riley added: “It’s great to be continuing our strong relationship with Kellymoss and taking it to another level in WeatherTech and Michelin Pilot Challenge. Andy and Victoria are superb to work with and our long-term goals align with one another.”

The new partnership heads to Daytona for a test on December 17-18, followed by the Roar Before the 24 January 20-22, finishing up with the famed Rolex 24 at Daytona on January 25-29.

The #92 Thu Brulé Skin Care Porsche 911 GT3 R (992) will be piloted by David Brule, Alec Udell, Andrew Davis, and Jeroen Bleekemolen in the WeatherTech NAEC rounds, and rounding out the GTD effort is the #91 Porsche 911 GT3R (992) as a full season entry to be announced at a later date as it is still being defined.

David Brule and Alec Udell will also campaign the #48 Michelin Pilot Challenge Porsche GT4 as a full-season effort in the GS class building on their 2022 efforts.

“Working with David Brule and Porsche will also be great. I raced hard against David in the mid-2000s so, it will be fun to race with him in the NAEC and Michelin Pilot Challenge. We are looking forward to a great season,” said Riley.

Stay tuned for additional announcements from the Kellymoss and Riley Technologies partnership.


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