Joel Miller1988-05-10 (age 31)
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The new Tatuus PM-18 Pro Mazda chassis has completed almost 1000 miles at Joliet and Mid-Ohio, and test driver Joel Miller says it will be far closer to Indy Lights performance than its predecessor.
Porsche’s World Endurance champion Neel Jani edged Action Express Racing’s Cadillacs to take pole position for the 65th running of the Twelve Hours of Sebring, as Christian Fittipaldi ran out of fuel on his final flying lap.
John Doonan, director of motorsports at Mazda North American Operations, says the greater physical and mental demands of the faster DPi-spec Mazda RT24-P should be an advantage for the IMSA team’s youth-led driver lineup.
The Tatuus USF-17 development program has completed its road course development, following yesterday’s test at Road America with Joel Miller at the wheel.
The two-car Mazda prototype team will run a special livery at the Sahlen Six Hours of the Glen this weekend.
Jonathan Bomarito says he is “gutted” for the team after both Mazda Prototypes failed to score a representative result at Laguna Seca, after dominating the weekend.
Three-year diesel program was to support a passenger car engine that still hasn't arrived.
Miller and Long to drive remaining car.
The 25 Hours of Thunderhill presented by Hawk Performance and sanctioned by the National Auto Sport Association (NASA) was won today by the Davidson Racing Norma at Thunderhill Raceway in Willows, Calif.
It was the third consecutive race in which the No. 01 entry did not finish.
Lime Rock a homecoming for Freedom Autosport’s Staff Sgt. Liam Dwyer