Atlanta Speedwerks provides a top quality service. This means we pay very close attention to detail when it comes to preparing cars for the track. We go above and beyond to make sure there are no mechanical issues with each and every car we prep or build.
We provide a high level of very specialized trackside service to a small number of clients:-Professional driver coaching -Share data/video and information with teammates -We foster a learning environment, just bring your desire to improve -An average 3 cars at the track each weekend -High ratio of crew to cars
Todd Lamb – Owner/Coach
Professional racer Todd Lamb handles business management, driver coaching, and car setups. Todd has over 37 years of racing experience with many podiums and championships (World Challenge, Grand Am Rolex GT, Continental Tire Series GS/ST, MX-5 Cup), a mechanical engineering degree, and the proven coaching ability to help drivers find the speed they are looking for. When not doing something related to racing, Todd gets the shakes and suffers from withdrawal – approach with caution.
Experienced mechanic Brian Zellner is the shop manager, handling all aspects of making sure cars are prepped safely & reliably. Brian has built numerous championship winning cars and brings a wealth of mechanical and fabrication knowledge. A graduate of the Jake Raby/Flat 6 Innovations Porsche engine building class, Brian can often be found cursing in German while reassembling M96 and M97 engines.
Jim has had a competitive spirit since his early years. He raced BMX growing up, and has a knack for getting muddy on back roads when he’s not wrenching on racecars. Jim worked as a crew member for the Kia program at Kinetic Motorsports as well as the series crew chief for the Skip Barber MX-5 racing series. Jim recently became a father, so he has been studying video on the fastest way to change a diaper, as well as re-engineering the diaper bin for quicker lid opening.
Chris has racing in his blood. He worked for Kinetic Motorsports on the BMW program, has crewed for many IMSA teams including most recently Lexus at the 24hrs. Chris has a lot of Porsche experience building and prepping cars, and even ran his own shop for several years. With extensive Audi tech training, Chris brings a vast amount of high-end vehicle expertise. Despite all this, we think deep down Chris might be a closet Chevy fan, because he certainly loves his bow ties.