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Compass360 Finalizes ST Lineup

Compass360 finalizes two-car Honda Civic CTSC lineup…

Photo: Brian Cleary/

Photo: Brian Cleary/

Compass360 Racing has announced the drivers of its second full-season Honda Civic Si in IMSA’s Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Street Tuner (ST) class.

Patrick Seguin, from Ottawa, Canada, and Californian Jon Miller will share the No. 74 / ViSalus Project 10 / Titan Honda Civic Si for the full 12-round championship.

“I’ve had the pleasure of racing against both of these drivers,” said team principal Karl Thomson.  “Pat and I competed in Canadian Touring Car for a couple of years, while Jon was our team’s main competition in World Challenge last season.

“Both guys have run Hondas on their own and we think they’ll be a strong combination, as I know both are hungry for success in this super-competitive IMSA series.”

Both drivers bring talent and pedigree to the team. Miller comes off a strong run in WC’s Touring Car division where he finished fourth in 2013, the first driver behind three C360R full-season entries.

“Jon had a great season last year, and we’ve had our eye on him for the past few years,” Thomson said. “Not just in the Honda but also in a GS-class Porsche a few years ago.

“Jon’s had a lot of experience in everything from street stock cars to IMSA Lites and we’re looking forward to finally having the chance to work with him. He’s fast, smart and has proven race craft that will put him in a good position in the closing stages of the always-competitive Street Tuner races.”

Kyle Gimple and Ryan Eversley will drive the No. 75 car in the ST class, while the team will move up to the GS class with a Subaru WRX STi, piloted by Ray Mason and Ryan Winchester.

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