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MEYER SHANK RACING TAKES DPi POINTS LEAD TO WATKINS GLEN

Meyer Shank Racing (MSR) returns to Watkins Glen International holding the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship DPi points lead heading into the Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen on Sunday, June 26. Oliver Jarvis and Tom Blomqvist are riding a streak of three-consecutive runner-up finishes in the No. 60 MSR Acura ARX-05 DPi. Jarvis missed out … Continue reading

MEYER SHANK RACING MOVES TO IMSA CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD AFTER DETROIT PODIUM

Meyer Shank Racing (MSR) placed second for the third-consecutive IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship race, moving back to the DPi points lead with an exciting finish in the Detroit Grand Prix at Belle Isle Park on Saturday. Oliver Jarvis and Tom Blomqvist ran second for virtually the entire 100-minute race in the No. 60 MSR with … Continue reading

FRONT ROW START FOR MEYER SHANK RACING IN DETROIT

In a dramatic turn of events at Detroit’s Belle Isle Park, Tom Blomqvist qualified the No. 60 Meyer Shank Racing Acura ARX-05 on the front row and just missed out on the pole position by less than one tenth of a second. Blomqvist’s second-place qualifying time of 1:18.928-seconds also beat out the previous record-setting lap time … Continue reading

MEYER SHANK RACING HEADS TO DETROIT

MSR remains in the thick of the battle for the IMSA DPi championship, trailing the leaders by only 32 points on the strength of back-to-back second-place finishes at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca and Mid-Ohio. The team opened the season by winning the 60th Rolex 24 At Daytona, joined by Castroneves and Pagenaud. The team placed fifth … Continue reading

MEYER SHANK RACING SCORES SECOND AT MID-OHIO

Home-track favorite Meyer Shank Racing came on the short end of a 1-2 finish for Acura in Sunday’s Lexus Grand Prix of Mid-Ohio after crossing the line just 2 seconds behind the No. 10 Acura in Round 5 of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. Picking up where they left up in the most recent event at … Continue reading

MEYER SHANK RACING THIRD ON MID-OHIO STARTING GRID

Arriving at the home track carrying the momentum of a strong podium result and tied for the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship lead, Meyer Shank Racing (MSR) was eager to kick things off at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course this weekend. Located just 60 miles north of its brand new 42,000 square foot facility, Mid-Ohio has been central to … Continue reading

MEYER SHANK RACING TAKES SHARE OF IMSA DPi POINTS LEAD TO MID-OHIO

After finishing second on three occasions at its home track, MSR is looking for its first victory at Mid-Ohio, where team co-owner Mike Shank started the team nearly two decades ago. MSR driver Oliver Jarvis and Tom Blomqvist were in the fight for victory at the last round of competition at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca before coming … Continue reading

MEYER SHANK RACING TAKES CLOSE SECOND AT LAGUNA SECA

In the fight for victory for the entire race, Meyer Shank Racing (MSR) had to settle for second in Sunday’s Hyundai Monterey Sports Car Championship presented by Motul, Round 4 of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. Oliver Jarvis and Tom Blomqvist piloted the No. 60 MSR with Curb-Agajanian AutoNation/SiriusXM Acura ARX-05 DPi, missing the victory … Continue reading

FRONT ROW START FOR MEYER SHANK RACING AT LAGUNA SECA

After a strong start at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, Oliver Jarvis brought that momentum into qualifying on Saturday after a run that nearly put the Meyer Shank Racing (MSR) Acura ARX-05 on pole position. Jarvis and teammate Tom Blomqvist will start from second for Sunday’s Monterey Sports Car Championship. Both Blomqvist and Jarvis were eager … Continue reading

MEYER SHANK RACING LOOKING TO REGAIN PODIUM FORM IN RETURN TO LAGUNA SECA

MSR is looking to return to the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship podium after seeing a potential third-place finish slip away in the final minutes on the streets of Long Beach. Oliver Jarvis and Tom Blomqvist were in the fight to place on the podium throughout the 100-minute event, only to be nosed out by a mere … Continue reading

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