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    US RaceTronics’ Pro-Am & AM Drivers Lead Championship at Half-Way Point of LSTNA Season

    • Aug 08, 2017
    Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin (Tuesday, August 8, 2017) – With third-place finishes by the Pro-Am duo of Edoardo Piscopo and Taylor Proto as well as AM driver Brian Thienes, US RaceTronics leaves Road America with the points lead in both classes. Piscopo and Taylor Proto have amassed 76 points through the first six races of the season and are in sole possession of first-place. Thienes’ 72 points have him tied with Yuki Harata with six races left. LB Cup drivers Mark Proto and Parris Mullins were happy to be back on track for the first time since practice 1 on Friday morning. Edoardo started the race in fifth place overall and felt that he and Taylor came out of the weekend as well as could be expected considering all the challenges

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    Two More Podium Finishes for US RaceTronics in Round 5 of LSTNA at Road America

    • Aug 06, 2017
    Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin (August 6, 2017) – US RaceTronics has seen a fair share of ups and downs this weekend at the famed 4.048 mile, 14-turn Road America road course. Yesterday’s race was one of the ups. Pro-Am duo Edoardo Piscopo and Taylor Proto came into the weekend leading the points and extended their lead with a second-place finish in class. Brian Thienes in the No. 17 Lamborghini of Beverly Hills was tied for first coming into today’s race, but was able to take sole possession of the championship lead when he also took the checkered flag with a second-place finish. Mark Proto and Parris Mullins exchanged cars with Piscopo and Taylor Proto after Taylor crashed the No. 50 Lamborghini of Beverly Hills in practice 1 Friday morning in the

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    USRT Gears Up for Rounds 5 and 6 of LSTNA Competition at Road America

    • Aug 02, 2017
    Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin (August 2, 2017) – US RaceTronics arrived at Road America ready to get back to the rush of competition found in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo North American series after successful tests at VIR and Road America. Pro-Am drivers Edoardo Piscopo and Taylor Proto head into this weekend’s races leading their class, while Brian Thienes is tied for first place in the AM class. This will be the first time racing at the famed 4.048 mile, 14-turn road course for both Piscopo and Taylor Proto as they look to extend their lead in the Pro-Am class. “It will be my first time in Road America,” Piscopo said. “I will need to maximize track time in practice to get up to speed. My goal is to extend the lead

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