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Turn 3 Motorsports won its first 25 Hours of Thunderhill presented by Hawk Performance.
Turn 3 Motorsports Takes Victory at 2019 25 Hours of Thunderhill
Turn 3 Motorsports was victorious in Mudville last Sunday when the team won its first 25 Hours of Thunderhill presented by Hawk Performance. The Chicago-based team had a dominant performance, leading shortly after the start and never looking back. The Radical was caked with mud as driver and team principal Peter Dempsey brought the car across the finish line with an eight-lap margin of victory. It’s the first time a Radical sports racer has won the 25 Hours of Thunderhill. The team’s drivers Eric Wagner, Dempsey, Antoine Comeau and Neil Alberico drove the car 2,016 miles, good for an eight-lap margin of victory over second-place overall finisher K2R Motorsports. Team Praga Cars/Fellner Motorsports finished third in ESR and also third overall. For complete results, visit the Speed News website.
Yamaha Announces Partnership with Motosports Travel
Yamaha Motor Corp. USA has announced a partnership with Ohio-based travel experts Motosports Travel to offer VIP packages for select Monster Energy Supercross races as part of the Destination Yamaha program initiative. Beginning with the 2020 season opener held in Anaheim, California, January 4, Yamaha Fan Experience packages offer purchase options that include hotel accommodations, transportation for airport and hotel transfers, prime stadium seating locations and a Yamaha VIP team experience. To see everything included in the available packages and book a Yamaha experience, visit www.motosportstravel.com/yamafan.
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