Published on Wednesday, March 26 2014 15:57
John Potter’s Magnus Racing has a knack for winning America’s premier endurance races.
The team’s first victory was in the 2012 Rolex 24 At Daytona, where Potter joined full-season co-driver Andy Lally and guest drivers Richard Lietz and Rene Rast to win the GT class in the 50th anniversary running of the event.
Then it was on to Indianapolis, where Potter and Lally drove the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup to a GT victory in the inaugural Rolex Sports Car Series race at the hallowed Brickyard. That also gave the team the victory in the inaugural North American Endurance Championship.
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