Hugh Plumb is one of the most talented and experienced American endurance racers. Hugh has been actively competing in several major North American endurance series including the Grand Am Rolex Sports Car Series, the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge and the American Le Mans Series.
From 1998 to 2001 he ran in the SPEED World Challenge Series where he won the Rookie of the Year title, was third in the Driver’s Championship, helped collect two manufacturers' championships, scored four wins, 16 podium finishes and 30 top ten finishes! In 2006 he helped to bring home 1st place in the Manufacturers' Championship for Acura. He finished second in the 2003 Rolex Series Championship with BMW, and second in the 2006 KONI Challenge Championship. He also finished second in the 2002 12 Hours of Sebring. From 2006-2012, Plumb has accumulated 25 podium finishes in the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge and the Rolex Series. In 2012, Hugh Plumb and his team finished 5th in the CTSCC.
In 2013 Hugh Plumb competed in the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge with co-driver Al Carter and Fall-Line Motorsports. He also competed in his 9th Rolex 24 At Daytona with Magnus Racing Porsche in 2013.