Christian Fittipaldi joins Bell Motorsports

Christian Fittipaldi teams up with Bell Motorsports for the Last 4 Races of the 2004 Rolex Grand-Am Season. Accomplished Brazilian Road Racer Christian Fittipaldi will join Bell Motorsports for the last 4 races of the 2004 Rolex Grand-Am season,...

Christian Fittipaldi teams up with Bell Motorsports for the Last 4 Races of the 2004 Rolex Grand-Am Season.

Accomplished Brazilian Road Racer Christian Fittipaldi will join Bell Motorsports for the last 4 races of the 2004 Rolex Grand-Am season, it was announced today. The open-wheel veteran will be teaming up with Terry Borcheller and Bell Motorsports/Feeds The Need Racing - Kodak Easy Share at the wheel of the team's Pontiac/Doran Daytona Prototype, in the Rolex Grand American Sportscar Series.

"I'm happy to be racing again with the same team we won the 24hrs of Daytona this year. I hope Bell Motorsports, Terry and myself can put a string of 4 strong races together, so that the team is in a good position for 2005." said Fittipaldi.

Bell Motorsports won the Rolex Grand-Am Championship last year and had a very strong start to the 2004 season, winning the Rolex 24 at Daytona in February.

Fittipaldi has enjoyed huge success in open-wheel racing, winning the F3000 Championship in 1991 and then moving to a three-season stint in Formula One. He also collected two victories and over 20 podiums in the CART Championship Series, as well as a second-place finish in the 1995 Indy 500. The winner of two famous 24 hour endurance races, (Spa-Francorchamps and Daytona) Christian switched to stock cars in 2003, and drove the legendary #43 and the #44 Dodge Intrepid for Petty Enterprises in selected Winston Cup events. For more information on Christian Fittipaldi, please visit www.fittipaldionline.com.

The next event on the 2004 Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series calendar is the Miami 250 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Sunday, September 12.

-avasports-

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