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    Steven Aghakhani Becomes Youngest Driver in Lamborghini Super Trofeo Series

    • May 22, 2019
    Monrovia, California (Wednesday, May 22, 2019) – US RaceTronics is excited to announce that addition of Steven Aghakhani to their driver line-up for the remainder of the 2019 Lamborghini Super Trofeo North American season. The California youth will become the youngest driver to compete in the prestigious series when he takes the track next month at the iconic Watkins Glen International circuit. Aghakhani has been part of the US RaceTronics family since the young age of 12 when he entered the team’s driver development program. Aghakhani turned 16 in April and immediately applied for and was granted a license by IMSA. “I want to thank IMSA for the opportunity to be a part of this series and thank them for supporting me in this sport at such a young age,” Aghakhani

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    US RaceTronics Earns Second and Third-Place Finishes in Race 2 at Barber Motorsports Park

    • Apr 09, 2019
    Monrovia, California (Tuesday, April 9, 2019) – US RaceTronics’ drivers added three podium appearances on Sunday to wrap a successful season-opening weekend at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, AL. Pro driver Bryce Miller, driving the No. 34 Lamborghini of Beverly Hills, started Sunday’s race eighth overall and fourth in class. Miller drove a strong first stint moving up to fifth-place overall before handing the car off to his teammate Patrick Liddy who drove an exceptional second stint. Liddy pushed hard and put down consistently fast laps to earn a second-place overall finish in his first weekend with the team. In the extremely competitive LSTNA Pro class, the co-drivers stayed focused, took advantage of passing opportunities and executed a flawless pitstop in only their second race as teammates. The No. 09

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    US RaceTronics Wins LSTNA ProAm Season-Opener at Barber Motorsports Park

    • Apr 06, 2019
    Birmingham, Alabama (Saturday, April 6, 2019) – ProAm drivers Jacob Eidson and Damon Ockey drove a strong race today to bring the No. 09 Lamborghini of Vancouver Huracan Evo home first in their class. Eidson started second overall and kept the car clean through an interesting first lap of the season opener. Eidson and USRT’s Pro driver Patrick Liddy worked extremely well together, swapping positions a couple of times early on. Eidson moved back into second-place after the No. 29 served a drive-through penalty and made a pass for the lead on lap 15.  Eidson was in the overall lead when he handed the car off to Ockey late in the pitstop window. With the tires wearing down, Ockey was unable to hold off a group of Pro drivers, but

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