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Launch and D1GP Win
Company launch in Charlotte NC. ASD wins first time out at D1GP All-Star World Championship in November, with ASD driver Vaughn Gittin Jr defeating Nobushige Kumakubo from Japan in the final round.
ASD adds Justin Pawlak to the team in a second Ford Mustang, to run four cars in 2010. In a dominating season Vaughn Gittin Jr podiums in every round except one, winning two events outright, and claims the 2010 FD Championship. ASD driver Tyler McQuarrie also wins the Las Vegas round and Darren McNamara finishes third in Seattle, ensuring at least one ASD podium finish at every race for the season.
A Step Back
With all motorsport operations being rebranded as RTR Motorsports for the time being, the ASD Motorsports brand in the USA continues on in a reduced scale but also continues to design, manufacture, and sell motorsports products while other business ventures take priority.
The Rebuild Begins
ASD Motorsports launches a separate and second division in New Zealand in 2019, and quietly begins building the foundation of a future Dirt Late Model team away from the public eye in the USA during the Northern hemisphere winters. The ASD division in the USA continues with the motorsport parts business.
Things Get Dirty
ASD Motorsports publicly announces their entry into Super Dirt Late Model racing in the USA in December 2023, signing Wil Herrington as the team full time driver on the National Tour, with John Henderson in a second car on a part time schedule.