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John Farano

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TOWER MOTORSPORT REVEALS LINEUP FOR ROLEX 24 AT DAYTONA

After closing out the 2020 race season with a second place finish at the Twelve Hours of Sebring, Tower Motorsport is back for the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Challenge’s season opening event, the Rolex 24 at Daytona. The No. 8 Tower Motorsport Oreca LMP2 07 will be driven by John Farano, Gabriel Aubry, Timothé Buret, and … Continue reading

STARWORKS MOTORSPORT RETURNS TO PROTOTYPE RACING IN 2020 IMSA LMP2 CHAMPIONSHIP

On its 10 year anniversary, Starworks Motorsport will return to prototype racing for the 2020 season, running in IMSA’s LMP2 class under the team name of Tower Motorsport by Starworks. December 12th will see the four-time prototype champions taking delivery of a new ORECA-FLM09 chassis, entering the four Michelin Endurance Cup races, with hopes to … Continue reading

RLR MSport LOOKS TO MAINTAIN UPWARD TRAJECTORY IN ELMS BARCELONA NIGHT RACE

The ELMS returns to Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya for the first time in ten years and, in another first, the series will race into the night. RLR MSport has had forward momentum since making a comeback to LMP2 racing, as it followed a highly respectable eighth-place result in Le Castellet by threatening the top six in … Continue reading

RLR MSport ALL SET TO HIT THE TRACK AHEAD OF THE 24 HOURS OF LE MANS

RLR MSport is set to resume its on-track preparations for the 87th 24 Hours of Le Mans at Circuit de la Sarthe (15-16 June) with driving trio, Norman Nato, Arjun Maini and John Farano. A record-breaking 62-car field will take to Circuit de la Sarthe in the 2019 edition of the 24 Hours of Le … Continue reading

RLR MSPORT MAKES SUCCESS OF LMP2 COMEBACK WITH TOP EIGHT RESULT IN ELMS CURTAIN-RAISER

RLR MSport’s Bruno Senna, John Farano and Arjun Maini raced to a top eight result on the team’s return to LMP2 competition in the 2019 European Le Mans Series (ELMS) 4 Hours of Le Castellet (12-14 April). The Bolton team’s LMP3 line-up, on the other hand, struggled to get to grips with an ill-handling Ligier … Continue reading

RLR MSPORT PRIMED TO COMMENCE DUAL IN ELMS CAMPAIGN

RLR MSport is primed to commence its dual assault on the 2019 European Le Mans Series (ELMS), which will be about defending its cherished LMP3 title and stamping its authority in the super-competitive LMP2 division from the outset of the season at Circuit Paul Ricard (12-14 April). The ELMS and Michelin Le Mans Cup calendars … Continue reading

RLR MSport SIGNS BRUNO SENNA AND JOHN FARANO FOR EUROPEAN LE MANS SERIES LMP2 COMEBACK

RLR MSport has signed Bruno Senna and John Farano for its highly-anticipated return to LMP2 competition in the 2019 European Le Mans Series. Bruno, the nephew of three-time F1 World Champion Ayrton Senna, cut his teeth in karts at the age of five, but made his car racing debut during six appearances in the 2004 … Continue reading

RLR MSport: 2018 EUROPEAN LE MANS SERIES CHAMPIONS

RLR MSport and its drivers Job van Uitert, Rob Garofall and John Farano are the 2018 European Le Mans Series (ELMS) LMP3 Champions, having raced to fifth place in the 4 Hours of Portimao at Autodromo Internacional do Algarve (26-28 October). Having notched up two race wins and three podium finishes, the Darwen, Lancashire-based team … Continue reading

RLR MSport AIMING FOR VICTORIOUS END TO EUROPEAN LE MANS SERIES TITLE PUSH IN PORTUGAL

RLR MSport wants to win the 2018 European Le Mans Series (ELMS) LMP3 Teams’ and Drivers’ titles in style by reaching the top step of the podium in the season-ending 4 Hours of Portimao at Autodromo Internacional do Algarve (26-28 October). A pair of race wins at Circuit Paul Ricard and the Red Bull Ring, … Continue reading

RLR MSport EXTENDS ELMS POINTS LEAD WITH PODIUM AT A SOPPING WET SPA

RLR MSport has tightened its grip on the European Le Mans Series LMP3 crown after beating its title rivals to a podium finish in the dramatic, rain-lashed 4 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps (21-23 September), which was curtailed due to adverse weather. The Lancastrian team swam to second position in extreme wet weather, extending Job van Uitert, … Continue reading

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