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WTR Expands into Five-Car Lamborghini Operation

Prestige Performance with WTR confirms season-long driver lineups in Lamborghini Super Trofeo…

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Prestige Performance with Wayne Taylor Racing will start its Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America campaign with four out of the team’s five cars — spanning three classes — next weekend at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca.

Jordan Missig, driver of the No. 53 Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo EVO2 and the No. 10 entry of Graham Doyle will both miss the first event of the season due to conflicts but will join the team’s stable at the second round of the year at Ozark International Raceway next month.

Kyle Marcelli and Daniel Formal captured one of their three wins of the 2021 season at Laguna Seca last year and aim to begin their title challenge on the right foot in the new-look No. 1 Lamborghini.

Veteran sports car driver and series newcomer Tom Long will partner Ashton Harrison in the No. 25 car. Harrison and Long have their eyes set on the Pro-Am title.

The pair have a historically successful working relationship, with Long coaching Harrison through every step of her career for the past ten years.

Long and Harrison won’t be the only WTR drivers aiming for success in the Pro-Am category, with talented young driver Aidan Yoder entering the LST ranks alongside WTR returnee Missig, in the No. 53 car.

However, Missig, a driver competing in multiple series, has a schedule conflict for the opening round, affording Yoder the opportunity to make his debut as a solo driver in the Am class.

Randy Sellari, the 2020 Lamborghini Super Trofeo LB Cup champion, returns to WTR for his second consecutive year contesting the Am class in the No. 3 Lamborghini.

A four-car effort for the team was previously announced prior to the recent confirmation of Sellari.

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