Jonothan Benefield

Office: 707 998 3272

Mobile: 707 217 1533

Factory authorized dealer for Norma Sports Prototype Race Cars

8478 Paradise Lagoon Drive

Lucerne, CA 95458


We are the largest importer of CN sports Prototype Race Cars in the US 


Mike Baker recently purchased from us the M20FC Norma with LS7. V8 engine. This is the only car of its kind in the USA and the team took the car out for its shakedown at Homestead raceway. Tanner Baker who was  driving the car said he was very impressed with the cars performance and with a whopping 500hp + and as much torque the car will certainly be a front contender. Mike and Tanner are planning a full 2018 season in Fara and other events where the car can be classified. Good luck guys

Brian Frisselle driver of the Davidson Racing BMW powered  Norma M20F  receives the 1st place trophy for the 2016 Nasa Eastern Coast Super unlimited Championship at Watkins Glenn great job guys

James Davenport wins the 2016 SCCA P1 Championship at Mid –Ohio in his Norma M20 FC Great Job

Take a Ride with Romain Dumas in the 600hp + Norma M20FC Prototype

Shortly after presenting the design of the new NORMA M30 LMP3 at the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans, French manufacturer Norma Auto Concept is announcing the debut of its ambitious prototype on the North American market, expected to be first seen in the 2017 “IMSA Prototype Challenge presented by Mazda.”
The NORMA M30 is the fruit of a close collaboration between the design team at Norma and the Italian engineering team at Tatuus, which led to the launch of an innovative LMP3, entirely oriented towards performance optimization and ease of operation.
Even before its launch, the technical program implemented for the design of the M30 has already attracted several European teams including the TDS Racing Team (current LMP2 leader of the European Le Mans Series) who also chose the Norma M30 for the launch of its LMP3 program.
The first car of the initial run of 10 is currently being assembled in response to initial demands, with a Norma M30 expected to arrive on American shores well before the end of the year. Norma will be actively present at all IMSA Prototype Challenge presented by Mazda events, providing partner teams with individual assistance and support.

Davidson and Norma win and dominate the

2014 25 hour at Thunderhill

Overcoming engine and transmission issues, the team of ex-IndyCar racer Alex Lloyd and sports car veterans Brian Frisselle, Randy Pobst, and Kyle Marcelli pushed the No. 17 Davidson Racing Norma to the overall and ESR class victory in the 25 Hours of Thunderhill yesterday in California.
The winning No. 17 Norma logged 682 laps and 1,910 miles en route to the victory and also set the fastest lap of the race on Lap 28 with a 1 minute, 38.371-second time.
Team owner Bob Davidson was called upon to take the Norma over the finish line. It’s his first Thunderhill win in four years of trying.
“It has been a few years of hard work trying to win this race,” said Davidson. “We felt really good coming into the race this year. We have a great crew and a great line-up of drivers.
“The Norma has been a good car for us for a couple of years. It really came into its own this year and we had lady luck on our side.”
Said Frisselle: “I am so happy for Bob. He really deserves this victory. I don’t know if there is a team owner in this whole paddock that is more passionate about the 25 Hours of Thunderhill than Bob. We have been hard at it for four years trying to win this for him.
“Bob has a lot of hard work into this project. We had some engine trouble at the end so we were a little worried. We were able to put Bob in at the end and let him bring the Norma across the finish line to take the checker, so it was perfect.”

Click Here to see what Bob and the guys are doing at Davidson Racing.​​​​​​​

Norma wins the prestigious Pike Peak Hillclimb race in Colorado Driver Roman Dumas stormed to the top of Pikes Peak to win the 2014 historical race The Norma M20 powered by a 2 litre Honda K20 twin turbo engine with some 600hp went to the top of the peak in the best time to take the overall victory