Brian Ghidinelli

Photo of Brian Ghidinelli driving his Club Race Spec MiataBrian started MotorsportReg after he sold his first company, a San Francisco Internet design and development agency, to global services firm IconMedialab in 2002. Using expertise learned from building web applications for companies like Yahoo!, Macromedia and Epson, was born. Brian serves on the Board of Directors for Thunderhill Raceway in Northern California and previously for San Francisco Region SCCA. He also rides a Ducati, instructs at BMW CCA HPDEs and races shifter karts and sports cars with a special love for endurance racing.

Dan Broughan

Dan karting at Road AmericaDan is the product designer at MSR. He's originally from Ireland and is an absolute Porsche nut, in particular the 993 and 997, as well as an F1 fan. Over the years, he has moulded his career combining all the things he loves to do, like art, design, mobile apps, coding, user experience and now of course, motorsport! He believes time is precious and that an app on web or mobile device should respect just that by making it easy and enjoyable to use as well as save you time.

Mike Collins

Mike taking the checkered flag in his Mazda MiataMike combines 20 years of special events experience (e.g. the Washington D.C. Auto Show and U.S. Presidential Inaugurations!) with a diverse personal and professional background in motorsport. He is the founder and managing partner of a large arrive-and-drive amateur motorsports team and raced in the Global Mazda MX-5 Cup. His experience allows him to intuitively understand the needs of clubs, racetracks and sanctioning bodies as he drives business development and sales opportunities that connect and grow the global motorsport community.

Jennifer Ghidinelli

Jennifer on board the (former) Miller Motorsports Park Ford GT-40 Pace CarJennifer began a career in accounting at Arthur Andersen and then moved on to work with tech companies in Silicon Valley. After 14 years, she changed gears and took over our sales and marketing efforts. When she's not bringing sanity to frazzled organizers, writing blog articles or producing webinars, she keeps our finances in order and makes sure each organization receives their funds on time. Jennifer is a member of the Audi Club, attends high-performance driving schools and loves Formula 1.

Ryan Guill

Ryan's Daily DriverRyan has worked as a software engineer in many different industries over the last 17 years and is excited to use his experience with his love for motorsports. From the mid-south, he loves Formula 1 and endurance racing, but his favorite thing to do is write software that makes your life easier. His previous roles as Lead Software Engineer prepared him to rapidly evolve MSR. Ryan is quietly plotting how to run a track day at Sepang International Raceway.

Wyndi Marston

Wyndi about to turn leftWyndi's motorsports career started twenty years ago in the SCCA National Office. First hand experience setting up a new online registration systen for the Championship Runoffs taught her what event organizers go through. She's dedicated to making all things registration, as easy and as fun as possible. Outside of MSR, you can find Wyndi chasing chickens and figuring out how to talk her husband into buying an Aston Martin DB10.

Ann Boss Maycock

Ann's Autocross Mazda MiataAnn helps customers get the most out of MSR and ensures every registration is completed successfully. Her career in technology includes programming, training, technical support, and project management. Customer service has been a primary focus in all positions. Before joining MotorsportReg, she specialized in assisting small businesses. Ann is a member of the SCCA and the Windy City Miata Club, has autocrossed, and worked registration for Club Racing events at Road America.

Katie Moosman

Katie on the banking at Texas World SpeedwayKatie began her career in motorsports 11 years ago and has been hooked ever since. Before joining us she worked as an organizer at Miller Motorsports Park and Circuit of the Americas. Katie's passion for motorsports comes from the people she works with, making customer success her number one priority. She's here to ensure registration is a breeze leaving MSR organizers time to focus on the event.

Shae Petersen

Shae putting down some braaaap on her dirt bikeShae's first day at the track was when she was three days old - and almost every weekend since. Working trackside with some of the best in the business like MotoAmerica taught her the ins and outs of the sport, what makes the industry work and how important customer service is to the overall experience. Shae's goal is to make sure everyone she helps leaves with a smile on their face.

Wes Ratcliff

Wes carving lines at NOLAWes has been involved at the intersection of software and motorsports his entire life. As a lover of a great customer experiences, it thrills him to craft simple, elegant solutions that expose more people to the thrill of motorsports. When not enjoying road racing, motorcycles, karting, drag racing or autocross, Wes enjoys ultra-distance athletic events and spending time with his wife and three children.

Chris Redrich

Chris' Road Tripping DreamChris has worked as a product manager for startups for the last ten years. An entrepreneur at heart, Chris seeks to create software that you will love to use. Chris grew up watching family members race trucks and modified stock cars at the local oval track. When not hard at work, Chris enjoys the outdoors, time with family, and volunteering with local community organizations.


HattieHattie is the smallest team member at World Headquarters. Her career as mascot is relatively new but she is dedicated to high team morale. Already twice warned by the HR department for truancy, she has vowed to stop playing hookey watching racers navigate the Corkscrew at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. Hattie is an expert at sneaking by gate guards and spends her savings on treats.

Why MSR?

Because we're track junkies. We're also members, event organizers, instructors and racers. We got started in this sport probably like you did - a friend introduced us to it. Now we call it family. That's why we devote our time to helping people who share our passion.

Our original prototype reduced the pain of paper entry forms and checks for a single club. Today, it's important to us that every organization in our community can use and our exclusive EventMaster 360° completely free of charge.