Pegasus Marketing Group is honored be associated with All Clear Foundation, which supports First Responders by working to improve their life expectancy and wellbeing – as well as the wellbeing of their families.
After spending 10 years in equestrian show jumping competition, Taylor Hagler traded in the horse for horsepower in 2018. This was a natural progression, as Taylor and her father have been lifelong sports car racing fans. Taylor moved into Spec Miata in NASA Texas and has proven to be a quick study in sports car racing. In her first season of competition, Taylor worked up to 5 th place of 69 drivers in the NASA Texas Spec Miata championship. She was also awarded the Rookie of the Year award by the NASA Texas organization for the skill and growth that she exhibited throughout the season.
In the latter part of 2018 and early 2019, Taylor made another big step in her racing career and collected her first win at Road Atlanta with the SCCA and her first pole position at MSR Houston with NASA. These strong performances caught the eye of X-Factor Racing team owner Chris Haldeman. As X-Factor Racing was plotting a return to professional racing, Haldeman expressed interest in having Taylor join his team in the TCA category of the SRO TC America Series. A deal for Taylor to campaign the season in the potent Honda Civic SI was quickly done, and she began testing for her professional debut at Circuit of the Americas in March of 2019.
In her debut weekend in TC America, Taylor was able to earn her first podium finish in front of family, friends, and a home crowd at Circuit of the Americas in Elroy, Texas. For the remainder of her debut professional racing season, Taylor obtained 3 podium finishes, one pole position and finished her season 5th in points. For the 2020 season Taylor has signed with Honda Performance Development (HPD) to drive in the IMSA TCR series under LAP Motorsports and LA Honda World. She will be competing with fellow Honda Development Driver Ryan Eversley as her co-driver. Off the race track, Taylor is a college graduate holding her BBA from The University of Texas at San Antonio, and is full time employed with an Aviation Maintenance Service company in San Antonio. She intends to progress her education by completing her MBA while progressing her professional racing career.
The David Foster Foundation is dedicated to providing financial support to Canadian families with children in need of life-saving organ transplants. In addition to helping families with their non-medical expenses, the Foundation strives to increase public awareness and education about the importance of becoming a registered organ donor in Canada and the United States.
The David Foster Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization that for the past 33 years has assisted over 1,200 families with children in need of major organ transplants and provided much-needed dollars in direct family support. In 2006, the Foundation became a national organization, expanding to help families across Canada. The Foundation works in collaboration with transplant teams across Canada to provide support for children up to and including their 18th birthday year once they are listed for pediatric transplant to post-operative checkup.
William Theodore Ribbs Jr. (born January 3, 1955) is a retired American race car driver, racing owner, and sport shooter known for being the first African-American man to have tested a Formula One car (he did so in 1986) and to compete in the Indianapolis 500 (tested in 1985, raced in 1991 and 1993). Ribbs competed in many forms of auto racing, including the Trans-Am Series, IndyCar, Champ Car, IMSA, and the NASCAR Cup Series and Gander Outdoors Truck Series.
Stephen Low is recognized by audiences and peers as one of the world’s foremost large format filmmakers. His creative vision, storytelling ability and commitment to cinematic innovation, together with his persistence on complex and large-scale projects, have yielded an extraordinary body of work enjoyed by audiences around the world. His career spans more than three decades and his filmography includes more than 17 giant screen films and award-winning work for television.
Stephen’s output encompasses a remarkable diversity of themes, from science and nature, to history and human affairs, to sports and drama, but he never seems to tackle the simple subjects. This Ottawa-born filmmaker has put audiences into the cockpit of a screamingly fast Indy car (Super Speedway) and into a fighter jet (Fighter Pilot) and he’s pioneered production in the revolutionary IMAX 3D medium. He is also one of a relatively small number of human beings privileged to have traveled to the abyssal depths of the ocean—first, to film the wreck site of the Titanic for Titanica (1991), and then to the Mid Ocean Ridge to tell the story of the discovery and scientific exploration of hydrothermal vents in Volcanoes of the Deep Sea (2003).
In the challenging field of IMAX filmmaking, Stephen has set himself apart—demonstrating a stellar ability to marry an independent creative vision with the capacity to manage the opportunities and risks of using the world’s largest and most expensive film format (the “15/70” format specific to the IMAX® system). Virtually every project he has undertaken has also involved the invention or harnessing of some remarkable new innovation in technology or filming technique: from filming birds in flight, to mounting an IMAX camera on a steam locomotive or an Indy car; from integrating high-powered HMI cinema lights into deep sea submersibles, to collaborating with leading animators to shape sequences using the revolutionary SANDDE stereo drawing and animation system; or bringing archival 19th-century stereo glass-plate photographs to life on the IMAX screen. Stephen has been recognized with important career honours and his films have earned a host of awards around the world.
From topping podiums to breaking course records in Irish and UK racing, James arrived in America in 2019 and delivered on an unforgettable debut year in the States topped off by winning the rookie driver of the year at just 19. Not surprising, coming from his hard working automotive family, and being responsible for having to fundraise his own way to motorsport.
The same determination, confidence and professionalism that fuel him on the race track also drives his relationships with the public, news outlets and media. Whether he’s representing himself or his sponsors, James forges new in roads for himself and for his team. In the end it is about being “a person of credibility" on all levels.
James will be racing with one of the very top Formula 3 organizations in 2020. He will be surrounded by top flight team members, engineers and strategists. This is the next step on his pathway to the Indy Car Series. He has a proven ability to deliver very positive results for his sponsors and backers. In my totally sincere opinion, James is in a very small elite group of drivers racing globally that can deliver a long term, very beneficial partnership to his sponsors.
Some people collect art.. We race it. As a driving force behind vintage motorsport, the Sportscar Vintage Racing Association is the pinnacle of all things racing of years past. Combining speed and classic beauty in its purest form, the SVRA offers the highest caliber of cars, tracks, and competition. Iconic Italian designed road cars, roaring V8’s, and purpose built prototype and formula cars are all driven as intended on the nations most prestigious circuits. Road America, Mid-Ohio, Sebring and others play host to the very best of SVRA vintage racing.