Established in 1985 as a WERA Motorcycle Team, Dark Horse Racing would compete for decades in the American V8 Super Car Series before making the switch to Trans Am.
Dark Horse Racing is made possible through the help of everyone on our team from Army combat veterans, to former Naval Aviators, and members of the United States Air Force.
Since the beginning of the 2000's, Dark Horse Racing has worked to raise awareness for the opportunities available to disabled veterans as well as assist Veteran charities.
Boasting a total race weight of 2540 lbs, 389 lb-ft of torque at the rear wheel and a racing tune of 379 HP - this factory five GTM is a force to behold in the Trans Am Super GT class.
Taken from an interview with lead driver Brion Gluck.
We will continue to test and innovate into the 2021 racing season.
Dark Horse Racing is partnering with GallantFew to raise awareness for Vetarans' issues.
Lead Driver B.P. Gluck is a combat pilot, disabled veteran, and driver of the Factory 5 GTM in the Trans Am Series. Gluck is a two-time national champion in the American V-8 Supercar Series and has had multiple pole and podium finishing races at the American Road Race of Champions at Road Atlanta.
Notably, Gluck is proud to represent the members of the armed forces and veteran community. He served as a combat medic and Sergeant in the U.S. Army before becoming a military pilot. As a wounded veteran himself, Gluck is proud to assist charity organizations like the Wounded Warriors, and he is in good company. Dark Horse Racing utilizes current and former military members from nearly all backgrounds.
The DHR Team is proud to announce its partnership with GallantFew - America's
Veteran Team, to bring greater awareness to our nation's veterans in the fastest way possible!