Miracle Motorsports ready for Sebring

Miracle Motorsports revs into high gear for the 2003 American LeMans season. February 13, 2003--Miracle Motorsports and Team Owner/Driver, John Macaluso (Winter Haven, FL) is gearing up to run the esteemed road racing event, the 51st running of...

Miracle Motorsports revs into high gear for the 2003 American LeMans season.

February 13, 2003--Miracle Motorsports and Team Owner/Driver, John Macaluso (Winter Haven, FL) is gearing up to run the esteemed road racing event, the 51st running of the 12 Hours of Sebring.

Macaluso will be teaming up with the #30 Banana Joe's/Intersport Racing Lola for this well-regarded road racing event, commencing March 12-15, 2003, from Sebring, Florida. Joining Macaluso in the fight to the finish, will be Rick Sutherland as well as Clint Field. The trio will pilot the Lola B2K10 around this 3.7 mile, 17-turn circuit, in the LMP900 class, the strongest of the entire 64-car field.

Macaluso, back for the 2003 Season, will be running select races with the Banana Joe's/Goodyear/Intersport Racing team. As of the current date, John will compete not only in the 12 Hours of Sebring in March, but additionally will be seen in the garage area during the American LeMans Series Mexico event, from Mexico City during the April 3-5 weekend. Primary sponsor for John Macaluso is Miracle Motorsports and Miracle Toyota of Winter Haven, FL. John is the President and CEO of both entities.

Rick Sutherland has competed in numerous events with the Banana Joe's/Intersport Racing team throughout the 2000-2002 seasons. Rick is a resident of Los Gatos, CA and CEO of ClickAway, as well as President of Sutherland Racing.

Clint Field, a very skilled, and probably the youngest driver in the race, is the son of Banana Joe's/Intersport's racing team owner, Jon Field. Clint resides in Dublin, OH, and works with Jon at FDG Inc. and the Banana Joe's Sports Bar and Grille, Inc, based in the same town. Clint has extensive experience racing this Lola B2K10 over the past 3 seasons.

The 51st Annual 12 Hours of Sebring will begin at 10:30 AM Saturday, March 15. Television coverage will begin at 10 AM and continue throughout the day on SPEED channel. To view practice and qualifying times, log on to www.miraclemotorsports.com.

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Series ALMS
Drivers Jon Field , John Macaluso , Clint Field , Rick Sutherland