3GT Racing unveils patriotic livery for next race
3GT Racing unveiled the patriotic livery design for the team’s Lexus RC F GT3 No. 14 and No. 15 that will be showcased at the Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen this weekend. The race on Sunday, July 2 is the sixth race in the 11-race IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship season.
The blue chrome Lexus cars field a stream of stars and stripes across both sides and a rippling flag on each hood. The No. 14 is driven by the team of Sage Karam and recent Motorsports Hall of Fame member Scott Pruett. The No. 15 is co-piloted by Jack Hawksworth and Robert Alon.
3GT Racing was formed to race the Lexus RC F GT3 with the return to American sports car racing in 2017 by Lexus. The team is owned by five-time Trans-Am Series Champion, Paul Gentilozzi, who came up with the design for the patriotic theme.
“We hear a lot from race fans at every race about how beautiful these cars are,” Gentilozzi said. “The patriotic livery just adds to it. Can’t wait to see the cars at Watkins Glen.”
About 3GT Racing
3GT Racing was formed to race the Lexus RC F GT3. Owned and operated by five-time Trans-Am Series Champion, Paul Gentilozzi and his longtime partners, Tony and John Gentilozzi, the East Lansing, Michigan-based team principals have been involved in motorsports for more than 46 years and have claimed more than 75 victories and 15 manufacturer and driver championships.