USRT Looking to Continue Success at Virginia International Raceway

    • Aug 16, 2018
    Alton, Virginia (Thursday, August 16, 2018) – US RaceTronics arrived at Virginia International Raceway yesterday hoping to repeat the successes from Road America. The No. 50 Lamborghini of Beverly Hills is coming off it’s first overall win of the season and is focused on doing whatever necessary in order to take sole possession of first-place in the PRO championship. The No. 09 Lamborghini of Calgary is also looking to break the tie in the AM championship with another win or two this weekend. The No. 88 Lamborghini of La Jolla wants to improve on their third-place finishes at Road America and increase their lead in the LB Cup Championship, while Brian Thienes is looking to get back on the podium in the No. 17 Lamborghini of Beverly Hills. Taylor Proto

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    No. 50 Lamborghini of Beverly Hills Moves into Tie for First-Place with Win at Road America

    • Aug 07, 2018
    Monrovia, California (Tuesday, August 7, 2018) – Taylor Proto and Edoardo Piscopo moved the No. 50 Lamborghini of Beverly Hills into a first-place tie in the PRO championship with a win in Round 6 of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America Championship. Proto put the Huracan Evo on pole Saturday morning which gave the pair the advantage they needed to get the first overall win of the 2018 season for US RaceTronics. Damon Ockey finished Sunday’s race in second-place which moved him into a tie for the lead in the AM Championship. Meanwhile, Mark Proto and Parris Mullins continued their streak of podium finishes with a third-place finish. They still lead the LB Cup Championship. Brian Thienes had a strong drive from the back of the field to finish in

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    Ockey Wins AM Class in Round 5 at Road America

    • Aug 04, 2018
    Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin (Saturday, August 4, 2018) – Canadian Damon Ockey accomplished the first part of his plan for this weekend’s races at Road America when he captured the win in the AM class along with a fifth-place overall finish in the No. 09 Lamborghini of Calgary today. The LB Cup duo of Mark Proto and Parris Mullins finished third in their class for the fifth time in five races. The No. 50 Lamborghini of Beverly Hills crossed the line in third-place overall, but a penalty for a pit stop infraction knocked them off the podium. Brian Thienes was hit and crashed in the closing laps of the race and was unable to finish for the first time this season. Ockey qualified second in class for today’s Round 5 action

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