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Name: Matt Bell

Birthday: August 31, 1985

Resides: Los Altos, CA

California native, Matt Bell, is a racing driver that has competed across the United States.

Bell began his journey in Motorsports later then most drivers - starting at age 22. Bell competed in the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge (formerly KONI Challenge) competing for Turner Motorsport in 2008. 


Bell joined Stevenson Motorsports in 2010 and has been with them ever since.

Outside of racing himself, you can find Matt at race tracks, enjoying the sport.  Matt also takes an interest in wrenching on classic cars and bikes as well as spending time outdoors fishing and sport shooting.  

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Career Highlights


First GRAND-AM KONI Challenge race start with Turner Motorsport in the ST class


Joined Stevenson Motorsports as GRAND-AM Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge (CTSC) GS driver.


Made Daytona Prototype debut at New Jersey Motorsports Park with Doran Racing and finished sixth.


Raced in the GRAND-AM CTSC GS championship for Stevenson Motorsports alongside co-driver John Edwards.

Earned most personal career race starts in one year.



Raced in the IMSA Continental Tire Sports Car Championship 


Bell debuts the all new Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R.

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The Team

Stevenson Motorsports

Matt Bell last raced with Stevenson Motorsports in 2017 in IMSA competition. Bell and Stevenson Motorsports have race starts in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge (then IMSA Continental Tire Sports Car Championship) and have amassed several race starts and first for the team. 

The Car

Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R

The sixth generation Chevrolet Camaro broke through the market this year - 2017 - giving a whole new name to muscle cars in motorsports. The Camaro GT4.R impresses with a massive 6.2L LT1 V8 engine which combines powerful torque with a new lightweight and aerodynamic frame. Assembled by Chevy's longtime technical partner, Pratt & Miller, the GT4 machine has upgraded to a Xtrac six-speed sequential transmission after coming from a classic H-pattern gear box. Working among global GT4 specs, this powerhouse now has the homologations to race in series all around the world, amplifying the car's capabilities. 

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