Cape Motorsports with Wayne Taylor Racing was formed in 2010 as a partnership between two successful racing entities. With leadership from brothers Nicholas and Dominic Cape, and along with Wayne Taylor and his organization in Indianapolis, the team campaigns cars in the Cooper Tires Presents the USF2000 National Championship Powered by Mazda, and the F1600 Series.
The goal of Cape Motorsports with Wayne Taylor Racing is to provide unmatched driver development both on and off the track. It is difficult for a young driver to jump into a professional series and win, regardless of talent. Through coaching and mentoring, Cape Motorsports with Wayne Taylor Racing provides young drivers with as much knowledge of motorsports to become as successful as possible.
Cape Motorsports with Wayne Taylor Racing has created a testing program for racers, to help them develop the skills they need to compete on a professional level, from driving, technical knowledge on set-up, data acquisition and communication skills with a race engineer. Programs can be tailored to fit any budget and schedule, making the transition into professional racing seamless.
Though a new venture, the two racing entities combined experience in American motorsports and proven track record are unmatched in driver development and performance.
The Cape brothers have won 7 national championships, seven rookie-of-the-year honors, one oval crown championship and six team of the year championships and amassed 68 wins and 76 pole positions and 202 podiums in the USF2000, IMSA Lites and won two SCCA National Run-Off titles. In 2006 Cape Motorsports went undefeated in pole positions and race wins in the Cooper Series Championship taking the overall series title and rookie of the year with two different drivers. In 2008, the brothers engineered programs in the Firestone Indy Lights Series with teams such as Andersen Racing where they won the rookie-of-the-year title with JR Hildebrand. They also have experience in the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series in the top-tier Daytona Prototype class.
Three-time sports car champion Taylor is an accomplished driver, having won the 24 Hours of LeMans, the Rolex 24 At Daytona (twice) and the 12 Hours of Sebring. Having retired from fulltime racing, he now concentrates on running his successful racing organization, Wayne Taylor Racing. For more information on Wayne Taylor Racing, please click here.