Alain Nadal, owner of ANSA Motorsports, one of the leading North American GT4 racing teams is pleased to announce that his team will field up to three KTM X-Bow GT4s in the inaugural California 8 Hours at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, California on Oct.14, 2017. The California 8 Hours is the North American round of the 2017 Intercontinental GT Challenge, organized and promoted by SRO Motorsports Group, the worldwide leader in GT3 and GT4 racing. "ANSA Motorsports has outstanding turnkey opportunities available to drivers from around the world to compete in one of our KTM X-Bow GT4 winning cars," Alain Nadal said. "Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca is one of the most iconic racetracks on the planet, and drivers have a chance to join our winning team and race in the greatest GT race ever organized in North America, within a very affordable budget. We won the Pirelli World Challenge GTS Driver championship last year with Brett Sandberg at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca and our engineers have a great setup for this track." The Intercontinental GT Challenge brings together one major endurance race, where GT3 is the leading category, from each continent. The 2017 Intercontinental GT Challenge includes the 12 Hour of Bathurst (Australia), the 24 Hours of Spa (Belgium), the California 8 Hours at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca (USA), and the Motul 12 Hours of Sepang (Malaysia). Headquartered in Miami, Florida, ANSA Motorsports started the 2017 season with a bang and already has won two back-to-back GT4 races in the Pirelli World Challenge and two back-to-back IMSA LMP3 races. ANSA Motorsports is the maker of top GT racers. Drivers, like Nico Jamin, Brett Sandberg, Bruno Junqueira, Angel Benitez Jr., Patrick Madsen, Dore Chaponick Jr., Matt and Hugh Plumb, Ernie Francis Jr., Guy Cosmo, Laura Kraihamer and Ines Taittinger, have raced and won with ANSA Motorsports. Drivers interested to compete in the 2017 California 8 Hours with ANSA Motorsports can contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.