TechSport is thrilled that Subaru is officially committed to Pirelli World Challenge in 2018 and they are clearly excited to make the same commitment.

The New York-based team has four car builds in progress with the possibility of more in the pipeline.

TechSport proved in 2017 that the BRZ can and will be a championship contending car after ending the year on a huge high note taking a win, both poles and fast laps from the season finale weekend.

While the platform was developed over the course of the year by the team, it was truly the last half of the year where the chassis came into its prime and delivered multiple wins, poles, and fast laps.

“We are extremely happy and want to say congratulations to Subaru for entering the series” TechSport Team Principal Kevin Anderson said. “We are confident that this new Subaru BRZ TS will be the car to beat next year and it is our goal to deliver the TCA Manufacturers championship for Subaru. We have really hit the sweet spot with the setup on these cars, everyone that has driven our cars has loved them, and we honestly feel the cars have the potential to win every race. We would also like to thank Subaru for offering a generous contingency program!”

Anderson maintains that driver announcements will come later, However, it is understood that there are full season seats still available. For inquiries contact

Tech Sport Racing, established in 2013, is a professional race team based in Long Island, New York. Founded by longtime racer Kevin Anderson and Deborah Popolizio, Tech Sport Racing has won Pirelli World Challenge Team and Driver Championships in both 2015 and 2017. For more information on the team or associated programs please visit