Monthly Archives: August 2019

ProAm and AM Wins for US RaceTronics on Sunday at VIR

  • Aug 25, 2019
Alton, Virginia (Sunday, August 25, 2019) – US RaceTronics grabbed wins today in both the ProAm and AM classes at Virginia International Raceway. Add to that a second-place overall podium for the No. 09 Lamborghini of Vancouver and a second-place ProAm finish for the No. 24 Elephantea Lamborghini of La Jolla, and team has a lot of new hardware to carry back to California. With qualifying for Race 2 cancelled yesterday due to an accident at pit-in, at the end of the first qualifying session, the field was set based on points by class. This put points-leaders Ockey and Eidson in a good position for the start of the race. Jacob Eidson started the race from fifth overall and first in ProAm in the No. 09 Lamborghini of Vancouver. Edison

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All Three US RaceTronics’ Cars on Podium at VIR in LSTNA Round 7

  • Aug 24, 2019
Alton, Virginia (Saturday, August 24, 2019) – All five US RaceTronics drivers did phenomenal jobs in tough conditions at Virginia International Raceway in today’s late afternoon race in order to bring the team’s three cars home on the podium. Patrick Liddy started the race P4 overall and first in the ProAm class in the No. 24 Elephantea Lamborghini of La Jolla. Steven Aghakhani was the team’s second-fastest qualifier, starting the race seventh overall and first in the AM class. Damon Ockey rounded out the field, starting the team’s other ProAm car in ninth-place overall and second in class. Ockey and Eidson, the ProAm points leaders, started furthest back in the field, but Ockey drove a flawless first stint in tricky track conditions, handing the No. 09 Lamborghini of Vancouver over

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All Three USRT Entries on Podium on Sunday at Road America

  • Aug 06, 2019
Monrovia, California (Tuesday, August 6, 2019) – Sunday was a great day for US RaceTronics, with all three of their cars finishing on the podium. After Saturday’s crash, Ron Atapattu offered his car to Bryce Miller and Patrick Liddy, but in the end the team moved Liddy into Atapattu’s No. 24 Elephantea Lamborghini of La Jolla and ran the pair in the ProAm class. Not only did the move give Atapattu his first podium of the season, but with strong driving from both drivers, the duo landed a second-place finish in class and ninth overall. Due to the move from LB Cup to ProAm, Atapattu had to start the race from the back of the field, but he drove a great first stint moving the car up three spots before

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