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TPC Partners With Dream Racing for Two-Car Lambo GT2 Effort

Alan Grossberg set for full season campaign in burgeoning GT2 class of GT America…

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TPC Racing has partnered with Dream Racing for a two-car Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo EVO2 effort in the GT2 class of GT America powered by AWS with drivers Alan Grossberg and Aaron Farhadi kicking off the season this weekend at Sonoma Raceway.

The two drivers return to the team as part of a growing partnership with Las Vegas-based Dream outfit that began in the 2023 Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America season.

Grossberg spent the final two rounds of last season’s Super Trofeo season, including the finale in Italy, with TPC.

Farhadi, meanwhile, made his racing debut with TPC at Indianapolis Motor Speedway last October where he finished fourth in a Porsche Cayman in Porsche Sprint Challenge North America by Yokohama competition.

This year marks the first full-season effort for TPC Racing into SRO GT America and its growing GT2 class.

A TPC Racing Lamborghini driven by Scott Schmidt was credited as the first GT2-spec car to compete in GT America in 2021 at Circuit of The Americas.

“This [2024 program] came together very late, less than a month ago, so I have to thank everyone involved for their help in allowing this to happen,” said TPC’s director of race operations Harris Levitas.

“Having Alan Grossberg on board for the full season in the No. 102 car is really great. Aaron Farhadi is on board for Sonoma and Long Beach while we develop a plan to have Aaron continue for the remainder of the season.

“We have run SRO in GT2 with a Lamborghini Super Trofeo in the past and it was a great experience and even a milestone for the championship and our team as the first GT2 entry in GT America.

“It’s nice to see the class grow and we are looking forward to a great, competitive season.”

Dream Racing President Ado De Micheli added: “Dream Racing is renowned for the driving experience we provide. That has put us in touch with a lot of people who are interested in racing, which is not always an easy path. We have a passion for it.

“Unfortunately, sometimes you have to put your passion aside and focus on business, and we realize that in order to prioritize on what we do here in Las Vegas at Dream Racing, it was too much of a commitment as we keep growing.

“That was when the partnership with Harris and TPC Racing started to make sense. We saw in TPC Racing someone who brought the same values that we brought to the race track.

“I’m very excited about the partnership, and I think it can extend beyond what we did last year and are doing this year.

“We hope that we can bring something to the team as well, but we’re 100 percent confident to put our name next to TPC Racing.

“I’m excited to once again join the SRO championship, because they are certainly growing year after year and proving to be a great championship for new drivers to step into professional racing.”

John Dagys is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Sportscar365. Dagys spent eight years as a motorsports correspondent for and SPEED Channel and has contributed to numerous other motorsports publications worldwide. Contact John

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