Scuderia Corsa Adds Second Car For Indy Grand-Am race Scuderia Corsa has announced that it will enter a second Ferrari 458 in the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series Brickyard Grand Prix, to be held at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 26.
The No. 64, being run in association with Randall Motorsports/TFR Racing, will join the No. 63 of Alessandro Balzan and two-time Rolex Grand-Am champion Leh Keen. Piloting the No. 64 Ferrari will be Dr. Rod Randall and his co-driver Ken Wilden.
“I am extremely pleased to have the opportunity to compete at Indy with the great Ferrari team of Scuderia Corsa, flying MOMO colors,” said Randall. “This is an extremely competitive field at a historic track. We are dedicated to working hard to achieve a podium finish.”
“I have driven almost every kind of car in my career but this will be the first Ferrari and I can tell you I’m very excited,” said Wilden. “Driving for Scuderia Corsa flying the MOMO colors and on top of that doing it at Indy, what could be better. I want to thank Rod Randall for this opportunity. Rod and I are thrilled to part of such a good team and Ferrari with their long history in racing, we look forward to racing hard for a win.”
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