US RaceTronics AquaHydrate Entry Wins Round 12 and LSTNA Pro-Am Championship

    • Nov 17, 2017
    Imola, Italy (November 17, 2017) – The Lamborghini Super Trofeo Pro-Am Championship came down to the last laps of the last race of the season with the US RaceTronics duo of Edoardo Piscopo and Taylor Proto winning the back and forth battle and taking the championship over Austin Versteeg with a win in Round 12 at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari in Imola, Italy. The USRT pair came into the last two Rounds of the 2017 LSTNA Championship with a one-point lead. Versteeq took the championship lead when the No. 50 Lamborghini of Beverly Hills Huracan finished second in Round 11. Piscopo started Round 11 and built a 15-second gap before handing the car to Proto.  The pace-car came out for a track incident shortly after the switch wiping

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    • Nov 02, 2017
    Monrovia, California (Thursday, November 2, 2017) – USRT development driver Steven Aghakhani had not one, but two big events in October. The La Cañada High School student was on track at Thunderhill Raceway in Willows, CA early in the month for the NASA Western States Championships where the young driver finished third. Then, in his final two races of the NASA SoCal season this past weekend, Aghakhani’s back-to-back second-place finishes secured the NASA SoCal Super Unlimited class championship for the 14-year-old. Most impressively, these major accomplishments came in his rookie season. The Southern California native became the youngest podium finisher in the history of the NASA Western States Championships, as well as the youngest champion in the NASA SoCal Region. Aghakhani spoke about both events and his first head-to-head racing

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    No. 50 Lamborghini of Beverly Hills Takes Third Overall in Round 8 of LSTNA at VIR

    • Aug 27, 2017
    Alton, Virginia (Sunday, August 27, 2017) – US RaceTronics’ No. 50 Lamborghini of Beverly Hills powered home to a third-place overall finish in Race 2 at Virginia International Raceway. The Pro-Am duo of Edoardo Piscopo and Taylor Proto also took second-place in class for the second straight day. AM driver Brian Thienes wound up the weekend with his second consecutive third-place podium finish. Rookie driver Taylor Proto started the race in ninth-place, but worked his way forward to sixth before handing the car over to Edoardo Piscopo. “Today was a much better result,” Proto said. “We started P9 and were able to transform that into a third-place overall and second in class. Just like yesterday, it was all about maintaining our lead in the championship. We’re going to go on

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