5709 Eden Prairie Rd. Minnetonka, MN 55345
ZSports Midwest

A professional race team competing in the USF2000 Championship series, the first step on the Mazda Road to Indy. ZSports offers young drivers an experienced race team to further their skills to become professional race drivers. ZSports Midwest was created by racers for racers.

Driven by a passion for racing, partners Steve Thomson and Ron Boltik formed ZSports Midwest, LLC to offer professional engineering and preparation to the developing driver. ZSports Midwest was formed with the goal of providing top level services and engineering at reasonable prices to both the junior as well as the experienced racer. The 2012 season saw ZSports Midwest in contention for the USF2000 National Class Championship. For the 2013 season ZSports Midwest participated in the Championship class of USF2000.

ZSports offers complete preparation, engineering, data/video analysis, hospitality, and trackside support. Driver coaching and promotion services are available for a complete arrive-and-drive experience. We have several seats available, or if you prefer, we can prepare your car for you.

Steve Thomson

Steve has driven race cars for over 30 years including stock cars, Fomula Vee, Pro Super Vee, Pro F2000 and SCCA Formula Continental. He has many SCCA National wins, including two June Sprints Championships and two Central Division Championships. He's driven support races at Formula One, ALMS, and Champ Cars events throughout his career.

Ron Boltik

Ron has had a passion for cars and racing since childhood. He rediscovered that passion in 1997 when he joined the University of Minnesota FSAE team. Since then, he has worked as mechanic, data acquisition, and race engineer for Genoa Racing, JDC Motorsports and Anderson Racing before starting ZSports Midwest with Steve Thomson.

After working together for 5 years, Steve Thomson and Ron Boltik decided to take the next step. In the winter of 2008 they formed ZSports Midwest with the goal of providing top level services and engineering for aspiring drivers to hone and showcase their talents. The results for 2008 would be considered a success for a veteran team, much less one in its rookie season: two poles and six top fives in qualifying, a win, a podium four top‐fives and six top‐ten finishes.