Team owner and driver Steve Paquette began his racing career in Nova Scotia in 1979, running his first 24 at Daytona in 1981. In 2007 Steve founded Bullet Racing , with the express goal of assembling a championship caliber team and building Canada's premier motor racing organization.
In 2008, the Rolex 24 at Daytona marked the debut of the Bullet Racing Porsche GT3 Cup team to professional racing. Staying true to the team's core values-determination, hard work, staying grounded, exceptional preparation-the team crafted a flawless performance. The result was an attention getting 14th place finish, after climbing 25 positions in the GT class at the team's inaugural Rolex appearance.
The team has built on that record and experience with solid finishes at successive Rolex 24s in 2009-2011, and is very excited to bring its strongest team and driver roster to this year's 50th anniversary edition of the race, representing Canada and the Pacific Northwest.
Bullet Racing is based in Vancouver, BC, and is committed to providing drivers with the best prepared cars on the track, enabling each competitor to enjoy the highest opportunity for success.
Team Principle: Steve Paquette
Team Engineer: Bernd Moller
Team Drivers: Darryl O'Young, Kevin Roush, Brett Van Blankers, Joe White, Randy Blaylock