Bell Techlogix is proud to continue its commitment to help women athletes break barriers in motorsport. As a Shift Up Now Corporate Member, Bell Techlogix is sponsoring four athletes for the 2022 racing season: Erin Vogel, Sally McNulty, Sarah Montgomery and Pippa Mann. Bell Techlogix is excited for this year’s racing season and can’t wait to cheer on these athletes to unprecedented success.
Meet the drivers:
Bell Techlogix has sponsored Mann for four years as she made her mark in the sport of auto racing. In 2021, Mann led her team to five top 10 WRL finishes, stood on the podium with her teammates at the Sebring 24 Hour Race, won her class with teammates in the ADAC Total 24 Hour Race at the Nurburgring Nordschleife, and had a win and podium finish with her client and co-driver Jody Miller in two of the endurance races during the International GT season. For 2022, Mann will compete in various U.S.-based championships, including the WRL and International GT Championships. She will race alongside her clients and co-drivers in the Monoflo Porsche Cayman Clubsport GT4. To date this year, Mann finished Top 5 with the Monoflo Porsche Cayman at Barber Motorsports Park and P2 in the Porsche Cup Car at Road Atlanta with Miller. Bell Techlogix is represented on Mann’s helmet and driver’s suit.
McNulty aims to become the first female TC America Champion. She returns to Victor Gonzalez Racing Team (VGRT) with a new race car, competing in TC America driving the No. 78 2019 Honda Civic SI in the TCA championship. In 2021, she ran a full season and had multiple top-five finishes amongst a competitive field. She nearly reached the podium but earned a season-best, fourth-place finish, which she hopes to top in 2022. Bell Techlogix will be represented on McNulty’s racing suit and car.
Montgomery’s goal is a win in the GTO category. She returns to Round 3 Racing to compete in the World Racing League (WRL), with Bell Techlogix represented on her BMW M4 GT4 race car. Montgomery and her team won their recent race at Barber Motorsports Parkfirst – their first win of the season. Since 2019, she has won several races, set four pole-position lap times and led countless laps.
Vogel will compete in SRO GT World Challenge America, including the season finale Indianapolis 8 Hour Intercontinental GT event, alongside co-driver Michael Cooper, in the No. 43 RealTime Racing Acura NSX GT3. Bell Techlogix will be represented on Vogel’s racing suit for the 2022 season and on her car for the Indianapolis 8 Hour event. In her debut GT3 season, Vogel became the first female to win a class victory in SRO GT World Challenge America.