2016: Teamed with BimmerWorld driver Tyler Cooke to further develop and maximize the F30 BMW 328i. The driving partnership solidified the potential of the turbo 4-cylinder BMW as the F30 328i achieved a world’s first pole position, and the car and driver combination achieved four pole positions (two from James) through the season as well as the first-ever podium finish for a turbo F30 BMW 328i.
2016: Changed cars to co-drive with James Clay in an effort to further develop the F30 BMW 328i. The driving team maximized all aspects of the turbo 4-cylinder BMW’s performance, earning a world’s first pole position with four pole positions (two from Tyler) through the season as well as delivering the first-ever podium finish for a turbo F30 BMW 328i.
2015: Assisted with continuing development of the second new F30-platform BMW 328i with Andrie Hartanto, with multiple top-10 finishes through the season that saw the F30 become a true series contender.
2017: Galante followed up his successful 2016 season championship win in the ST class with a strong third-place finish in 2017.
Previously: In 2007, Galante competed in and won the scholarship for the F3 Jim Russell Championship Series and in the following two years won the Masters F3 Championship titles. From 2011-2014, Galante began his professional driving debut in IMSA’s Continental Tire Sportscar Challenge and drove his first full season in 2015, finishing tenth overall in the top GS class.
2017: Jones had a successful season racing in the ICTSC in a Porsche Cayman while also making his debut in the NASCAR Xfinity series at Watkins Glen
Previously: In 2013, Jones made his debut in the NASCAR Camping World Truck series before transitioning to sports cars the following year. He began competing in the IMSA Continental Tire Series part-time in 2015 before completing full seasons the past two years in a Porsche Cayman with positive results.