True Tourtillott

True has been a motor-sports enthusiast since his first exposure to sports car racing at a mid-1970's Laguna Seca Camel-GT event that he attended with his father.  True built a few drag cars in his High School years that he raced at Baylands Raceway in Fremont, Ca.  He gained a borad understanding of systems integration and engineering while working as a Helicopter Mechanic and Air-Crewman in the United States Coast Guard.  During that time he campaigned a number of different road-racing motorcycles and competed in the occasional auto-x.

True came to sports car endurance racing in 2006 and worked mainly with Miata teams collecting two class wins and one second place finish in five yeras at the 25 Hours of Thunderhill serving a various roles from fuel management to crew cheif. 

True took the 2011 season off to attend to family concerns but retrurned to the 25 hour with PDG racing in 2012.  True's current role with the team is Crew Cheif.

True lives in Mountain View, California, works in the High Tech industry, has been married to his wefe Kathleen for 11 years, his interest include camping, canoeing, fishing and cycling.  He and Kathleen are rescue "parents" to their 2nd and 3rd Bullmastiff.  True is currently building a 1968 Camero that is being modified for Auto-X competition and open track days.