For the last two decades Warren Mosler’s racing machines have built an impressive list of international motorsports achievements, including winning overall championships in British and Spanish GT series and numerous individual victories including the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, the prestigious International GT Open in Valencia, Spain, and the SPA 1000k.

Now, in conjunction with the Dutch Supercar Series, Mosler Automotive is giving enthusiasts a chance to experience the thrill of competitive racing in these unique supercars. The 2008 Mosler Challenge will feature Mosler competitors racing against each other in the first MT900 spec series.


The Mosler Challenge is a series of races designed exclusively for Mosler MT900 owners and drivers. The Challenge is an opportunity for professional and amateur Mosler drivers to race competitively without the excessive weight penalties and other restrictions racing authorities impose on these extraordinary super cars.

The Mosler Challenge offers current and future Mosler owners an opportunity to race in a welcoming, competitive environment and interact in a relaxed social setting. Owners and drivers of all MT900 racecars, including the new MT900 Challenge model and the MT900 GT3, are welcome to participate. Currently, there are 20 MT900’s scheduled to race across Europe in 2008, with several more on order.


The Mosler Challenge was created and fully supported by Warren Mosler, President of Mosler Automotive Martin Short, President of Mosler Europe and Adreas Leberle, Vice President of European Operations.


The 2008 Mosler Challenge schedule is as follows:

April 20 – Nurburgring (Germany)

June 1- Spa (France)

June 29 – Hockenheim (Germany)

July 20 – Silverstone (England)

August 3 – Assen (Netherlands)

September 14 – Assen (Champcar GP, Nethelands)

October 5 – Zandvoort (Netherlands)

October 26 – Assen (Netherlands)


For official rules and entry information please visit The Mosler Challenge website at

For press information and photos please contact: Irine Krass at (818) 992-4353 / [email protected]

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