Golde was Race Series Manager for the Panoz Racing Series, and prior to that was heavily involved in the business development of the racing school. When Dr. Panoz sold the school and series in 2008, Golde stayed with Skip Barber Racing, and has since honed her skill with Robertson Racing, Ranger Sports Racing, and most recently, the North American Road Racing Association (NARRA) as Series Event Manager.
In addition to her impressive resume, Golde holds an SCCA National License in Timing and Scoring, as well as experience controlling the pit lane for Formula 1 and MotoGP. As a result, she has gained valuable insight into the operation of series owners, teams, and most importantly, drivers.
“When Kevin Buckler and Kenneth Greenberg approached me about this brand new venture, my mind went back to the ‘Panoz days’ and that One-Make series,” said Golde. “It was the most rewarding job I’d ever had. I worked hard but the contacts and friends that I made while running that group plus keeping my hands in the business since then seemed to have certainly paid off with this new opportunity. I’m very pleased to be joining TRG-AMR as the director of this new series.”
The Vantage GT4 Challenge of North America is scheduled to begin in 2014, featuring the Aston Martin Vantage GT4 that can be seen at the TRG-AMR North America booth at the New York International Auto Show this week.