The Detroit Grand Prix, an annual motorsport extravaganza held on the streets of downtown Detroit, is a spectacle that brings together speed enthusiasts and racing aficionados from around the world. While the event itself showcases thrilling races and high-octane action, it also highlights the enduring collaboration between Frank Torre, the Co-CEO of Signal Restoration Services, and Roger Penske, the owner of Team Penske and the Penske Automotive Group (PAG).

During the 2023 Detroit Grand Prix, the streets of downtown Detroit came alive with the sounds of roaring engines and cheering fans.  Multiple Signal Restoration logos adorned various turns of the race circuit, showcasing Signal’s unwavering support for the event and the Metro Detroit community as a whole.

Frank Torre and his business partner Mark Davis, two visionary entrepreneurs and the driving force behind Signal Restoration Services’ growth, have been ardent supporters of the Detroit Grand Prix. .   Since 2007 Frank collaborated with Roger Penske on the first Grand Prix held on Belle Isle.  Frank’s passion for delivering relentless customer service has resonated with Roger Penske, which led to a long-time business and personal relationship that spans over two decades.

Signal Restoration Services, a leader in the restoration and disaster recovery industry, has been an integral part of the Detroit Grand Prix for years.  The company’s expertise in restoring commercial properties and getting businesses back on their feet after a catastrophe aligns perfectly with the spirit of resilience and determination seen in motorsports.

Frank Torre strongly believes in giving back to the city which has been the backdrop of his successful career.  As the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Detroit Medical Center’s Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan (RIM) and Chairman of the RIM Foundation he hosts the annual fundraising gala for the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan Foundation and has raised $11M to date.  Frank is also actively involved with several other charities and educational programs which reflect his deep ties to the community.  He serves as the Chairman of Boys Hope and Girls Hope of Detroit, a non-profit organization which helps with scholarship and education, where his fundraising initiatives have contributed over $8M to directly support the organization’s scholarship and educational programs.