Pfaff Automotive Partners (www.pfaffauto.com) is one of Canada's largest auto dealer groups, covering everything from Audi to Porsche, Pagani to Harley. Most recently, Pfaff became the exclusive Canadian distributor for Singer Vehicle Design, which builds on top of the company's blooming McLaren dealership.
Just looking at the brands under the Pfaff family name, it's easy to see the relationship between the cars, the sport and lifestyle that the company represents. They are pillars that Pfaff truly embodies, and Pfaff Motorsports' program is pushing that passion even further.
It's a multiple driver- and team-championship winner. The Pfaff and Pfaff Porsche brands have been a front-running mainstay on the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada grid since the series' inception, even bringing in driver Chris Green, who now acts as the National Brand Manager for the Pfaff Pagani and McLaren lines.
This season, Green races alongside Canadian countryman and Daytona 24 Hour winner, Jesse Lazare in the IMSA CTSCC series, driving the all-new McLaren 570S GT4 with Motorsports in Action (MIA) and Pfaff (shown above).
In GT3 Cup, the Pfaff squad will be headed by team manager Steve Bortolotti and engineers Andrew Marongoni and Gerry Bouffard, who comes over as part of the new partnership between Fiorano Racing, competing under the Pfaff banner for 2017.
New to this year's six-car effort is 2014 series champion Scott Hargrove (shown above), who joins Orey Fidani, Fiorano's Shaun McKaigue, and new additions Ed Killeen, Pieter Baljet, and Jeff Pabst (not shown in photos). It's a deep lineup that will be sure to make Pfaff a contender on any grid it enters.