Mustang racers hoping for Sebring success

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November 12, 2020


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The #22 Ford Mustang has had another driver line-up change ahead of the season finale of the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge at Sebring as Marco Signoretti will race alongside Seb Priaulx this time out.

The Sebring race in July was disrupted badly by the weather, with lightning strikes bringing out the yellows on numerous occasions. Seb Priaulx would love to do better than the eighth place they took last time out at Sebring but he knows it’s going to be a hard slog.
“I love Sebring but for one reason or another I haven’t had the best results there,” said Priaulx. “The podium is always our goal and it is always a possibility but we really need a BoP break to be on the pace at a track like Sebring.  I can’t believe it’s the end of the season already. It has been such a valuable year for me; a great opportunity to learn all of these great race tracks. I’m so grateful for the support of my family as we have all been out in America for five months now and we have covered 16,000 miles in our camper so it has truly been the trip of a lifetime!”

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