Johan Schwartz Joins Shea Racing at Miller Motorsport Campus in TCA

Aug 08, 2016

Johan Schwartz will champion the No. 66 Honda Civic from Shea Racing Aug. 11-13 for his fourth race of the season in the Pirelli World Challenge Series TCA class.

Schwartz is sponsored by the CAS group, Instrumart, Heeltoe Automotive and PCAP: Prostate Cancer Awareness Project. John McAleer from CAS Group and Instumart have partnered with Schwartz since his Pirelli World Challenge Series championship winning season last year and have continued their support this season.

“I am excited to get back on the track with World Challenge,” Schwartz says. “It hasn’t been the season I had hoped for coming off of a championship last year. I am looking forward to racing Utah. I like the track and I think it will suit the Honda very well.”

“A big thank you to Shea Racing for the opportunity to race with them and my sponsors this year, who understand the challenges of racing at times. I’m looking for a good weekend and the opportunity to give good exposure to Shea Racing and all our sponsors.”

Heeltoe Automotive, the official parts supplier of Shea Racing has also stepped up as the primary on the Honda Racing HPD Civic. Heeltoe Automotive specializes in Acura and Honda performance parts.

“Johan’s addition to the team will be beneficial in many ways. We look forward to having Johan pilot our Heeltoe Automotive, Honda Racing HPD Civic Si,” said co-owner, Shea Holbrook.

The TC/TA/TCB races will be live streamed on and later broadcast on CBS Sports.

Pirelli World Challenge TC/TCA/TCB Schedule:

Thursday, Aug. 11   

  • 3:40 p.m. – 4:10 p.m. Practice # 1

 Friday, Aug. 12

  • 10:15 m.-10:45 a.m. Practice # 2
  • 12:45 m.-1:00 p.m. Qualifying
  • 4:40 m.- 5:30 p.m.            Race #1 (40 min.).

 Saturday, Aug. 13

  • 1:30 m.- 2:30 p.m. Race #2 (40 min.)

CAS Group: Since its launch in 2007, CAS Group, an international consulting firm specializing in strategy and business transformation projects for Fortune telecom and cable service providers, has carved out a niche as a nimble, flexible advisor/partner to clients. The firm provides IT consulting with an unmatched team of subject matter experts dedicated to understanding their clients’ needs and delivering the right solutions — the first time. The results are an improved customer experience, increased productivity, and leaner operating costs.

Instrumart is a leading supplier of Test & Measurement instruments with headquarters in South Burlington, VT. Instrumart is the operating name for Total Temperature Instrumentation, Inc. (“TTI”). Instrumart is a global company with local roots. They are a members of the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce and Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility. They have been named to Inc. magazine’s list of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States for six of the past seven years. Vermont Business Magazine has named Instrumart one of the Best Places to Work in Vermont and one of Vermont’s Top 5 Wholesale Businesses.

Heeltoe Automotive was founded in 2002 by Marcus di Sabella. The company started as a JDM (Japanese Domestic Parts) parts importation business, later bolstering business with aftermarket parts sales. Most recently, the Genuine/OEM parts sectors have grown into a thriving sister-business. Where the market was not able to provide solutions, Heeltoe has found success in producing parts for niche markets under the brand names Fastline Performance, ATLP, and Medieval-Pro using various internal and external manufacturing resources.

PCAP: The PCAP Mission is to significantly increase the prostate cancer survivor rate by dramatically increasing the rate of early detection, with the objective that that no man experiences a surprise, post-metastasis prostate cancer diagnosis.

PCAP does this through awareness events around the country and through its free early detection tool, ProstateTracker. Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among men; approximately 240,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer in the United States alone every year – one man every 2.63 minutes, and roughly 30,000 die each year from the disease – one man every 17.52 minutes. The good news is that research shows that prostate cancer is very treatable, but only if it discovered early, before it has metastasized.