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​In the 1950's and early 1960's, sports car racing legend Augie Pabst Jr. enjoyed a very successful racing career.  During these years, he won numerous races and two national championships driving a variety legendary cars such as the Birdcage Maserati, Cunningham, Lola Coupe, Ferrari, and the ever popular Meister Brau Scarab.

Going back 60 years, the Oconomowoc, WI based Pabst Racing workshop prepared and campaigned some interesting cars for Augie.  First was a Triumph TR-3 built for his first foray into SCCA Club Racing.  The Triumph eventually led to a McLaren Elva and the one of a kind, Mid Engine Scarab sponsored by Robert Bosch in 1965 for the USRRC. 

Since the inception of Pabst Racing Team, top level preparation has always been our focus.  This focus has continued to the next generation.  Countless racecars have been prepared and maintained under management of Augie Pabst III who took over the team in 1991. A wide variety of cars that have been prepared and raced out of the Pabst Racing stable includes Formula Enterprises, Spec Racer, Shelby Can-Am, Lola T165, Lola T600, Formula Continental, Porsche GT3-Cup, IMSA Prototype Lites, Pro Mazda, Daytona Prototype, Formula Atlantic, USF2000 and Indy Lights.

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