Jack Hawksworth was born in Bradford, England and enjoyed an extensive career in racing in England. He moved to the United States in 2011. He competed and claimed the title in the 2012 Star Mazda series after breaking the series records for most wins, poles and fastest lap in a season.
In 2013 Hawksworth competed in the Firestone Indy Lights series, earned three wins and took fourth in the championship. He competed in the Verizon IndyCar series, 2014, 2015, 2016 and finished 17th in the series during his Rookie season. He was awarded the IndyCar Tony Renna Rising Star Award. In 2015 and 2016, Hawksworth raced with the AJ Foyt Racing team.
Jack Hawksworth Career Highlights
|Team||F Performance Racing|
|Birthday||February 28, 1991|
|Birthplace||Bradford, West Yorkshire, England|
|Residence||East Lansing, Michigan|
|Car||Lexus RC F GT3|
2017: WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, Signed to drive for 3GT Racing
– Fastest laps – Watkins Glen, Road America, 5 top-ten finishes, IMSA SportsCar GTD
2015-2016: AJ Foyt Racing team driver in Verizon Indycar Series
2014: Verizon Indycar Series driver for AJ Foyt Racing – finished 17th in the series in his Rookie season, podium finish and was awarded the Indycar Tony Renna Rising Star Award.
2013: Firestone Indy Lights Series, Earned 3 Wins and took 4th in overall championship standings
2012: Star Mazda series, broke the series records for most wins, poles and fastest lap in a season and claimed the title.
Jack Hawksworth Photos
Photo Credit: Sideline Sports Photography ©2016
David Heinemeier Hansson
– Runner-up GTE-Am, WEC, 2016
– 3rd, GTE-Am, Le Mans, 2016
– 3rd, LMPC, Sebring, 2016
– Winner, GTE-Am,
Le Mans, 2014
– Champion GTE-Am, WEC, 2014
– Runner-up LMPC, Sebring, 2013
– Runner-up, LMP2, Le Mans, 2013
– Trans-Am series winner, 2016
– Pirelli World Challenge, winner, 2016
– Thunderhill 25H, winner, 2014
– Petit Le Mans 10H, winner, 2013
– Sebring 12H, 2nd, 2013
– American Le Mans series, Vice Champion, 2013
– Porsche GT3 Cup Champion, 2012
– European Le Mans, winner, 2011
– IMSA Prototypes Lites, winner, 2009
– 24H Dubai, class winner, 2018
– Blancpain GT series, 6th, 2017
– Blancpain GT series Champion, 2016
– Blancpain Endurance Cup, 2nd, 2016
– 24H Nürburgring Qualifying winner, 2016
– ADAC GT Masters, 2nd, 2015
– ADAC GT Masters, 4th, 2014
– FIA GT series, 3rd, 2013
– 2012 European Champion, and Young Champion of the year, FIA, Central European Zone
Paul’s professional career began with drag racing in 1969 when he attended his first NHRA national event, in the following ten years he held records in B/MP, D/G and drove in the Pro Stock category for two years.
He began road racing in the IMSA American Challenge in 1981 with Dodge and won the GTS class at the 1992 12 Hours of Sebring. He earned nine IMSA /Grand-Am victories, eight poles and won the 1992-93 IMSA GTS Manufacturers’ Championship with Oldsmobile. He teamed up with Scott Pruett and Butch Leitzinger to win the overall 1994 Rolex 24 at Daytona in a Nissan 300ZX. He, Scott Pruett and Brian Simo won the GTS class at the 2002 Rolex 24 at Daytona 24-hour event in a Jaguar.
Gentilozzi won five Trans-Am drivers titles: 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004 and 2006, and ranked first in each Trans-Am performance category, including prize money, 31 victories, top three podiums, top-five and top-ten finishes, race starts, laps led, fastest race laps, lead-lap finishes and total wins. He was the only driver to win championships in three different marques: 1998 – Chevrolet; 1999 – Ford Mustang; 2001, 2004 and 2006, Jaguar.
Gentilozzi retired from driving in 2010. As Managing Partner, Gentilozzi formed 3GT Racing with longtime partners Tony and John Gentilozzi, in late 2015, to race the Lexus RC F GT3.
Paul Gentilozzi Photos
Hailed as North America’s greatest sports car driver, Pruett broke the record for most wins in IMSA in 2016 earning his 60th win. His extensive resume includes Rolex Grand American Championships in 2012, 2010, 2008 and 2004 and he holds a record-breaking eight American Road Racing Championships.
Pruett has teamed with Lexus before, campaigning Lexus-powered prototypes from 2004-2007 in the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Championship Series, earning three driver championships and winning the Rolex 24 at Daytona overall in 2007. He was also an integral part of the development and global promotion of both the Lexus LFA supercar and the Lexus IS F performance sedan.
He is the record seven-time winner of the Rolex at Daytona, including two back-to-back overall titles in 2007 and 2008. The Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Trans-Am champion (2003, 1994, 1987); 24 Hours of Le Mans LMGTS Class Winner (2001); 24 Hours of Daytona (2012, 2010, 2007, 2002, 1994, 1988 and 1987); CART Michigan 500 (1995) and Australia (1997); Indianapolis 500 Co-Rookie of the Year (1989); and IMSA Champion (1986, 1988).
A native Californian, Pruett entered the racing world at the age of 8, while racing go-karts. He earned the World Karting Championship in 1981 and was inducted into the World Karting Hall of Fame in 1991. He made two IMSA starts in 1984 and won his first pro victory in 1985.
In addition to his exemplary career as a race car driver, Pruett and his wife, Judy, run the Pruett Vineyard in Auburn, California where they live with their three children. The couple also has written and published children’s books.
Scott Pruett Career Highlights
|Team||F Performance Racing|
|Birthday||March 24, 1960|
|Car||Lexus RC F GT3|
2015: Weathertech SportsCar Championship five podiums, one win
2014: Weathertech SportsCar Championship with six podiums, three wins
2013: GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series Champion with two wins
2012: GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series Champion with two wins
2011: GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series Champion with five wins
2010: GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series Champion with nine wins and five poles
2008: GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series Champion
2008: Rolex 24 At Daytona winner
2007: Rolex 24 At Daytona winner
2006: GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series Team Champion
2004: GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series Champion
2003: SCCA Trans Am Champion
2001: 24 Hours of Le Mans LMGTS Class Winner
1994: Rolex 24 At Daytona Winner
1994: SCCA Trans Am Champion
1989: Indianapolis 500 Co-Rookie of the Year
1988: Rolex 24 At Daytona Winner
1988: IMSA GTO Champion
1987: IMSA GTO Champion
1987: IMSA GT Endurance Champion
Scott Pruett Photos
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