“Leading up to the first frozen lake video that we made with Hoonigans, we were terrified because we had ordered some studded tires that didn't come in time. But those all-terrain tires just ate up and grabbed hold. I mean, it felt like it was perfect conditions. Such an amazing experience, and all because of the tires.” – Victoria
Alongside their limit-pushing Porsche builds, Kelly-Moss Road and Race runs a dominant GT3 Cup racing team. When they couldn’t turn a wrench in their shop or at the track during the pandemic, they brought their racing expertise to the masses by launching an Online Driver Academy.
Kelly-Moss’ two-expert-shops-in-one situation holds enormous crossover potential. They have plans to include an off-road driving course as a part of their academy soon. And they bring their racing expertise forward in each of their personal Porsche builds. Because who doesn’t want to have race-proven technology on their daily driver?
“It's an incredibly unique shop. There's nobody else that's doing quite what we're doing. Andy engineers our race vehicles and our project builds, and both divisions benefit from one another. Additionally we hire the very best in all divisions with intense focus on teamwork. Our clients appreciate this, too. They find a lot of validity in our project build capabilities because of the development that we've done with the racing.” – Victoria
An engineer through and through, the masterful mind leading both teams is constantly reflecting on closing performance gaps and seeking out possible improvements.
“In the last few years, we’ve managed to bring just about everything in-house. We've added a robust fabrication area. We have a carbon and composite area. We do our own upholstery, graphics, and engine rebuilding — all done here. We're not outsourcing anything.
We're building for excellence. Whether it's motorsports, designing a custom build, or servicing a street car, we want to do it better than the next guy. And even if we're setting track records or winning championships, there's always room for improvement. ” – Andy
That excellence speaks for itself, and then some.