- Established in 2002 in early partnership with Team Spartanburg Racing and then run and managed in 2003 as Duane Neyer Motorsports, BGB Motorsports made the next step up to the GS in 2004 class by purchasing a pair of Porsche 911s. Two years later, BGB’s first overall win of the final round of the 2006 championship at the 6-hours of VIR secured the Manufacturer’s Championship.
- From 2004 through 2012 the team has campaigned and developed the Porsche chassis for racing in the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Series, and has succeeded in being the highest finishing Porsche entry in the championship every year. In 2008 BGB won 3 races overall, more than any other team in competition that season; during in 2007 they finished 3rd in the Championship, 14 points shy of 1st.
- After switching to the small and agile Porsche Cayman S chassis in 2010 to help launch their Porsche retail parts brand, BGB returned to running the Porsche 911 and secured the Driver’s Championship for drivers John Farano and David Empringham, Rookie of the Year honors for John Farano and the Manufacturer’s trophy for Porsche Cars North America for the first time in 7 years.