Hugh Stewart is the owner of Hi-Speed Motorsports, which he founded in 1994. He attributes his success in the motorsport world to his experiences in Speed World Challenge (now SRO TC). He competed with BMWs and a factory-supported Dodge SRT-4 for several years. With his vast knowledge in car builds, setup, and racing, it is no wonder why racers go to him for his expertise.
Hugh competes in SCCA’s Touring 1 class with his #23 BMW E46 M3. Facing off against Corvettes and Vipers, he managed to win the 2017, 2018, and 2022 SCCA Southeast Division Championships. In 2019, he won the SCCA Northeast Championship and finished on the podium at the 2019 SCCA Runoffs at VIR. Hugh was also the 2020 Northeast Conference Champion and the 2020 Hoosier Super Tour Champion.
Other highlights include being a multi-time NASA GTS3 Champion and running a winning AER team with a SpecE46 and E46 M3. Hugh regularly competes in the Grassroots Motorsports Ultimate Track Car Challenge and is an instructor for Skip Barber Racing School’s 3 Day Race School, 2 Day Advanced School, and Hagerty Driving Academy.
Christina competes in her Hi-Speed Motorsports-built E46 M3 in the SCCA Majors and NASA. She is frequently on the podium accruing 14 podium finishes so far in her racing career. Christina has also competed in endurance racing series including American Endurance Racing and PBOC, earning four wins and five podium results across ten races. She instructs for Skip Barber Racing School in their 3 Day Racing School, 2 Day Advanced School, and Hagerty Driving Academy.
Luiz is well known for his Hi-Speed-built widebody E46 M3 that has dominated the GTS3 class in NASA. When he shows up for a race, the rest of the field usually fighting to finish second. He holds several GTS3 track records, including the track record at Watkins Glen and Lime Rock Park in GTS3. Luiz was the 2021 NASA Northeast GTS3 Champion. In addition to his racing, Luiz is a recording and mixing engineer at Studio19 which he owns and operates.
Vasil competes in NASA’s German Touring Series 3 (GTS3) in his #31 Hi-Speed E46 M3. He finished third in the 2019 GTS3 championship with NASA Northeast. Vasil also competes in BMW CCA in CMOD. He has earned a series of podiums at some of his favorite tracks, New Jersey Motorsports Park and Palmer Motorsports Park. In 2021, Vasil secured a number of podium finishes, with a second place the GTS3 Driver’s Title behind teammate, Luiz.
Brian races his E36 M3 in German Touring Series 2 (GTS2) with NASA NE. He earned his competition license in 2019 with NASA NE and scored his first win as a rookie at Palmer Motorsports Park. Brian has become one of the front runners in GTS2, often battling for the win at any track he goes to. He also is a High Performance Driving Instructor with NASA and BMWCCA.
Brian started tracking vehicles back in 2012 and progressed through the NASA Northeast HPDE program. With the growing itch to compete wheel-to-wheel, he completed NASA’s Competition School in 2020 and started racing in the GTS2 class. With strong finishes consistently, Brian placed second place overall in the 2021 NASA NE GTS2 championship.
Griffin competes in his Hi-Speed-built E36 M3 in ST5. He got his competition license with NASA in 2021 and has been hooked on the wheel-to-wheel racing life ever since. Griff piloted the Hi-Speed HPD TCA Civic Si on his first weekend of racing and got up to speed immediately. On his BMW, he designed and applied the entire livery based on a design he created in Forza Motorsport. He has big things planned for the 2023 season: More power and less weight!
Mike built his E36 M3 with Hi-Speed Motorsports over the course of several seasons. He competes in his E36 M3 with NASA NE in ST5 and TT5. In both 2020 and 2021, he won the TT5 championship. In the spring of 2021, he got his competition license and has since tallied several ST5 wins and podiums. He also has big plans coming for 2023!
Sean brought his BMW E36 M3 to Hi-Speed Motorsports years ago to get set up for track days. With an autocross background, he got faster in little time. The need for more upgrades kept coming and Sean eventually got his competition license in 2021. He continues to improve his pace every event, and has become of the quickest BMWs in NASA’s GTS2 class.