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Movement Arts was founded in 1992 by Matthias Czabok in Nürnberg Germany as a full service marketing and advertising agency. Matthias had a racing background himself and raced motorcycle GP bikes as well as in junior open wheel classes such as Formula Renault in Germany and Europe.
In 1999 he made the decision to shift the focus of his agency and solely concentrate on programs in racing and within the motorsport industry. One of Movement Arts first motorsport related clients was German past Formula One driver Christian Danner, who became German's main TV live commentator for Formula One after he retired from full-time driving. Danner at the time was also a part owner in a US based Champcar program.
Danner's part ownership
in such program was the initial reason for Movement Arts first involvement
in a racing program in the US in 2000. After the 2000 season Matthias Czabok
was offered to join a new Champcar program around Silicon Valley entrepreneur
Larry Blair, which resulted in Matthias also becoming a minor owner in the
With the increased involvement
in North American based racing programs, a decision was made in 2001 to relocate
Movement Arts full-time to the United States. First with offices in Indianapolis
and Chicago before relocation to the US east coast in Rhode Island. Working
with championship-winning individuals, teams and organizations, Movement Arts
has and is utilizing its extensive experience within the motorsport industry
to produce winning results for its clients and partners.
In 2008 Movement Arts founder and owner Matthias Czabok joined championship winning IMSA WeatherTech prototype team JDC-Miller MotorSports as one of the teams key principals and oversees the team commercial activities as EVP Head of Corporate Development.
He still is directly involved in the teams premier Sportscar Prototype program in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, running Cadillac DPi-V.R prototypes.
In addition the team
also operates programs in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge TCR category and
LMP3 prototypes in the IMSA Prototype Challenge Championship.