TLM three letters stand for perfection, performance, friendship
Performance, it’s what drives us all as human beings. We all seek it, whether it’s in how well we do in a sport, how much we push ourselves at the gym, or how we try to overcome everyone we work with for that bonus at the end of the year. Performance, it’s what not only drives David Tuaty and David Leira on the track, but also it’s what drives them and their technicians at Tuaty Leira Motorsports to do their absolute best in everything they do to get the best times as they fly from corner to corner on the hot tarmac of Homestead, Sebring, and Palm Beach International Raceway. Their goal is to ultimately eliminate all the competitors on the track by putting 110 percent into every vehicle that rolls into their warehouse floors, and then some.
Tuaty and Leira have, been working together on BMW’s “mostly by luck” said Tuaty. They first started when David and Leira got an E30 generation 1992 BMW 325i and built it up in 2008 to race in a specific class in the SCCA (Sports Car Club of America) and FARA championship races. After getting various wins and pole positions, they both gained a reputation that has since then, not been let down with various clients coming into the shop to get their own BMW’s tuned and race ready.
As I was in their beautiful facility, I forgot about the fact that the team was prepping their BMW Z4, E46 M3, and two Radical Prototype cars for FARA’s Miami 500 race in Homestead Miami Speedway because TLM was in perfect order. The shop was clean in every corner, the floors were impeccable, and the organization was beyond perfection showing the capabilities of the men working in TLM. This not only proved how organized they were, but also proved the dedication to perfection that they pursue to get the ultimate performance from every single one of their cars.