LIG Racing is a small privateer racing team that competes in Trans Am and SCCA GT1 races.
The car started life as a 2002 Riley & Scott Corvette racing professionally in the Trans Am Series driven by Bobby Sak for Tom Gloy's team in the 2002 - 2003 seasons.
The car was purchased in 2005 by Rob Holden who raced it in the Pacific Northwest for 12 years in SCCA GT1 including many victories and the track record at Portland International Raceway.
The car was purchased in 2017 by Steve Goldman who races the car currently for LIG Racing. During the 2019 offseason extensive upgrade work was performed by Ave Motorsports to bring the car up to more current Trans Am Series standards.
LIG Racing has 9 wins, 7 poles and 30 podiums in 62 races during the first five seasons.
Life is Good.
Steve handles the mechanical preparation of the car, loves driving #13, but most importantly sharing the experience with Conor and his closest friends. His principal belief that 80% of success is just showing up, has put him in a class by himself…when he’s the only entrant.
Conor King Goldman
A Go Karting enthusiast, F1 and Indy Car fan, Conor loves the strategy and analytics aspects of racing and leads the in-car communications where he’s been heard to say “quit riding the brake and go faster”.
Best known for his compassion for people who drive slowly in the fast lane, John has deep racing experience spending many years campaigning a Porsche 914/6 and Porsche Cup cars. John is meticulous, driven and keeps the car in top form on race weekends.
Tim is LIG Racing’s goodwill ambassador and makes sure the team never misses a beat through his oversight of the many checklists. But ask anyone he’s ever spoken with and they’ll tell you that he really did attend Woodstock.
With an eye for detail, a knack for troubleshooting, and ability to implement key fixes on race weekends, Christian is a black belt with duct tape. When he’s not fixing something, he takes pride in blinding the rest of the crew with the shine off the wax on his many cars.