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ERA MOTORSPORT PREPARED TO DEFEND ROLEX 24 AT DAYTONA VICTORY

IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship team Era Motorsport captured hearts around the globe last year when the team secured their first series victory at the iconic Rolex 24 At Daytona. Sporting a livery designed by a six-year-old Canadian race fan, the LMP2 team proudly demonstrated they were a force to be reckoned with. The time has … Continue reading

ERA MOTORSPORT CONFIRMS IMSA 2022 SEASON

Era Motorsport, winners of the 2021 Rolex 24 At Daytona, will return to competition in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship for the 2022 race season, again racing the Oreca LMP2 07 car. Dwight Merriman and Ryan Dalziel will race together as the full-season drivers, reuniting the race-winning pair while team owner Kyle Tilley will act … Continue reading

CONTACT REMOVES ERA MOTORSPORT FROM PETIT LE MANS

Motul Petit Le Mans ended in heartbreak for Era Motorsport just 30 minutes after the race began, following contact from a DPi car in the opening stint. The No. 18 Oreca, sporting a livery designed by a seven-year-old race fan, became one of the big stories of the weekend heading into the race, only to … Continue reading

ERA MOTORSPORT CRAYON CAR RETURNS FOR IMSA PETIT LE MANS FINALE

Era Motorsport is closing out the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season in style this weekend, returning to the fan-designed “Crayon Car” livery the No. 18 Oreca LMP2 car sported for the first race of the year, the Rolex 24 At Daytona. The team drove to victory at the 24-hour endurance race in January, earning their … Continue reading

ERA MOTORSPORT’S PODIUM HOPES DASHED BY FINAL LAP INCIDENT AT LAGUNA SECA

Era Motorsport’s hopes of again finishing on the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship podium were dashed Sunday afternoon when another car sent the No. 18 Oreca LMP2 car off course in WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca’s iconic Corkscrew with just seconds left on the race clock as the team ran in second place. “Our car showed great … Continue reading

MERRIMAN AND DALZIEL TEAM UP AGAIN AT LAGUNA SECA FOLLOWING ROAD AMERICA WIN

Following their race win in the LMP2 class at Road America last month, Dwight Merriman and Ryan Dalziel will race as co-drivers again at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, on Sunday, September 12 in the No. 17 Era Motorsport Oreca. Despite missing one race this year, the two-time IMSA race winners are fourth in the championship … Continue reading

ERA MOTORSPORT WITHDRAWS FROM THE 24 HOURS OF LE MANS

Following an incident in practice for the 24 Hours of Le Mans on Thursday, Era Motorsport and IDEC SPORT Racing have decided to withdraw the No. 17 Oreca from this year’s competition. “It’s heartbreaking to be pulling out of Le Mans before we even got a chance to race, but I know we’re doing the … Continue reading

ERA MOTORSPORT RETURNS TO LE MANS WITH IDEC SPORT RACING

This week, the 89th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans takes place, and after a last-minute driver swap and abbreviated test day, the team behind the No. 17 IDEC SPORT / Era Motorsport Oreca rides into the famed event with both excitement and trepidation. Following a shoulder injury, Era Motorsport team owner and driver … Continue reading

ERA MOTORSPORTS DOMINATES TO WIN ROAD AMERICA

Six months since their victory at the Rolex 24 victory at Daytona, Era Motorsport has returned to victory circle with top honours this weekend at Road America, winning the IMSA SportsCar Weekend in the LMP2 class. The team, originally slated to only run the 2021 North American Endurance Cup decided last minute to join the … Continue reading

ERA MOTORSPORT JOINS IMSA SPRINT WEEKEND AT ROAD AMERICA

Era Motorsport is returning to sprint racing next weekend, joining the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship at Road America with Dwight Merriman and Ryan Dalziel racing the No. 18 Oreca in the LMP2 class. “I’m excited to be back racing at Road America,” said Merriman. “It’s such a great course, and with the strides we’ve been … Continue reading

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