Mazda Motorsports begins a new era today with the creation of Mazda Team Joest, which will be the factory Mazda Prototype race team competing in the North American IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship under Daytona Prototype international (DPi) rules. The team will make its racing debut at the 2018 Rolex 24 at Daytona in January.
Joest Racing is one of the most successful endurance sports car teams in history, with 16 victories at the 24 Hours of Le Mans plus multiple wins in prestigious North American races such as the Rolex 24 at Daytona, ten wins at the 12 Hours of Sebring and six titles at Petit Le Mans. Joest found much of its success as the factory team for Audi from 1999 until the manufacturer ended the program after the 2016 season. Prior to that, Joest Racing had multiple Le Mans victories with Porsche, and was the factory team for Opel in DTM, the German touring car series. The German company was created in 1978 by then-factory Porsche driver Reinhold Joest.
NOVITEC refines an electric car for the first time
Naked-carbon aerodynamic-enhancement components, hi-tech forged wheels and carbon-ceramic braking system for the Tesla Model X
NOVITEC refines an electric car for the first time: The German specialist for luxury cars now also offers exclusive customization options for the Tesla Model X.
The product range for the first SUV with electric powertrain comprises aerodynamic-enhancement components with sporty-elegant styling, tailor-made 22-inch hi-tech forged wheels developed in cooperation with American wheel manufacturer Vossen, and a carbon-ceramic high-performance braking system.
Upon customer request, NOVITEC of course also creates exclusive interiors made from leather and Alcantara in any color for the seven-seater.
The styling kit sculpted and optimized in the wind tunnel by the NOVITEC designers for the Tesla Model X is characterized by an equally dynamic and elegant design in combination with outstanding aerodynamic efficiency. Th…