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Justice Brothers takes momentum and strong record to Sebring

Wayne Taylor Racing a close second in bid for fourth-consecutive victory

SEBRING, FL (17 March, 2022) – Justice Brothers has plenty of momentum on its side when it returns to Sebring International Raceway for Saturday’s 70th anniversary of the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring.

Justice Brothers sponsored two of the podium-finishing cars in the season-opening Rolex 24 At Daytona, and is also supporting the defending Sebring-winning car along with the 2017 winners of both overall and the Prototype Challenge class.

Last year, JDC-Miller Motorsports took the Sebring victory, with Tristan Vautier, Loic Duval and Sebastien Bourdais piloting the No. 5 Mustang Sampling Cadillac DPi-V.R. Vautier and Duval opened the current IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season with a third-place finish in the Daytona classic, joined by Richard Westbrook and Ben Keating. Westbrook will return to join Vautier and Duval this weekend for the John Church-owned team.

Wayne Taylor Racing was seeking its fourth-consecutive Rolex 24 victory in January, but Ricky Taylor, Filipe Albuquerque, Alexander Rossi and Will Stevens came up only three seconds shy in the No. 10 Konica Minolta Acura ARX-05. Ricky Taylor brought Justice Brothers a Sebring victory in 2017, joined by Jordan Taylor and Alexander Lynn. This weekend, Stevens joins team regulars Ricky Taylor and Albuquerque.

Performance Tech Motorsports is a leading contender in LMP3, with Dan Goldburg, Rasmus Lindh and Cameron Shields sharing the No. 38 Cardio Access/ CSCI/ Care Evolution /AIG Technologies Ligier JS P320. Brent O’Neil’s Florida-based team was a Sebring class winner in 2017, with Patricio O’Ward, James French and Kyle Masson placing fifth overall in an ORECA FLM09.

“I look at people like Wayne Taylor, John Church and Brent O’Neil, because those are the kind of people who are very important to auto racing,” said Ed Justice Jr. “For anyone who’s been around auto racing for a long time, we’ve seen people come into racing only to see them go after a few years. You can’t run auto racing around people like that. It’s people like Wayne, John and Brent – A.J. Foyt, Roger Penske, Bobby Rahal, Bryan Herta – those people are lifers, racing hell or high water. They’re the people who keep the sport alive, and keep the fans coming back.”

Justice Brothers will be looking to repeat a front-row sweep when Sebring qualifying begins on Friday at 9:20 a.m. ET. The 70th anniversary running of the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours begins Saturday at 10:10 a.m.

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