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    Aghakhani Takes Next Step in US RaceTronics’ Driver Development Program

    • Nov 06, 2016
    Buttonwillow, California (November 4, 2016) – US RaceTronics’ young development driver Steven Aghakhani takes the next step in his training program. The 13-year-old California native has begun testing in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Huracán with impressive results. Steven started racing go-karts at age 7 and was completely hooked after convincing his dad to let him sit behind the wheel of his 50th Anniversary Lamborghini Aventador at the Pike’s Peak Race Festival in Colorado Springs two years later. Steven comes by his love of racing and cars naturally, his father Armik raced competitively for several years and owns a variety of exotic cars including his prized Lamborghini, McLarens, a Ford GT and a Bugatti Veyron. Steven raced his dad’s McLaren before shifting his focus to road courses and the Lamborghini Super Trofeo

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    Thienes/Antinucci Cap LBSTNA Weekend at COTA with a Class Win and Third Overall Finish

    • Sep 20, 2016
    Monrovia, California (Tuesday, Sept. 20) – US RaceTronics’ ProAm duo of Brian Thienes and Richard Antinucci capture third-place overall finish and a class win in Round 10 of 2016 Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo North American Series in the No: 17 Lamborghini of Beverly Hills. Canadian driver Damon Ockey had a disappointing weekend in the No. 09 Lamborghini of Calgary, but still holds a 13-point championship lead going into the final two races of the season in Valencia, Spain. Brian Thienes thought the weather was a big factor in the outcome of Friday’s race, and was happy with the final result . “The heat helped us a little bit,” Thienes said after Friday’s race. “I think we missed the setup a just bit last night. We could have maybe made some slightly better

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    US RaceTronics’ Ockey Looking to Extend Points Lead at COTA

    • Sep 13, 2016
    AUSTIN, Texas (Sept. 13, 2016) – US RaceTronics, coming off a successful weekend at VIR, looks to add to their podium count in Rounds 9 and 10 of the 2016 LBSTNA Championship at Circuit of the Americas (COTA) this weekend. Canadian driver, Damon Ockey comes into the weekend with 104 points with hopes of extending his lead in the AM Championship, while Brian Thienes returns to co-drive the No. 17 Lamborghini of Beverly Hills on the prestigious 3.4 mile, 20-turn road course with last year’s North American champ Richard Antinucci. Ockey, driving the No. 09 Lamborghini of Calgary, had a phenomenal weekend at VIR, increasing his lead in the AM Driver Championship to 27 points. He has finished on the podium in every race of the 2016 LBSTNA Championship and is looking to

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