They do have at least 2 cars. 2 race as STM and I believe one more customer car.
Plus they seem to race some other things on occasion as well.
I raced against Scotty Taylor Snr in the 90s, after his low buck touring car efforts. He was racing a very average Capri with a Holden V8 on a tatty old open trailer.From Taswegia.
Even I was more 'pro' with my 4 tonne Acco truck. And Chev Torana.
Lee, a couple of comments on your post:
The photo of the transporter was on its way to last week's Australian GT Championship in Perth. According to Natsoft he only had one car entered, the Porsche.
I agree he had a couple of Mercedes GT's at home.
Scott's father died in 1972 when Scott was only 9.
Scott left school when 14, and built up FleetPlus to be the largest privately owned motor vehicle finance company in Australia and NZ.
He sold it in 2014 for "a few hundred million". That gave him the wherewithal to go racing.
Lee,I believe the guy you are talking about was Alan "Scotty" Taylor. He raced sports sedans for a few years having started with a Holden engined Fiat600.
He graduated to Torana and Commodore Touring Cars, particularly at Bathurst.
He often raced with his good mate Kevin Kennedy. Indeed the pair ran 10 consecutive Bathurst enduros together.
Scotty is still racing at age 78. For the last 10 years he has spent six months a year in UK and Europe racing in historic single seaters.
He has a Lotus 18 and Cooper T54 at his disposal.