LAMBORGHINI NORTH AMERICA SUPER TROFEO SERIES

Danny Formal

Danny Formal

25-year-old, Danny Formal from San José, Costa Rica will pilot the No. 1 Prestige Performance with Wayne Taylor Racing in the PRO Class of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America series in 2021. Formal started racing at the age of five and quickly became a National Champion in Costa Rica at the Four-Cycle Endurance and Indoor Karting championship. The Costa Rican’s success grew as he progressed through the racing ranks as the 5 Time Rotax National Champion, 2019 KZ Supernats World Champion, Senior Max Rotax Grand Nationals Champion, Senior Max Florida Winter Tour Vice-Champion and Max US Rotax Grand National Champion.

 

Statistics

  • 2020 North America Lamborghini Super Trofeo PROAM Series: 4 Podiums, 1 Win (Sebring)
  • 2020 Rok Shifter Florida Winter Tour Sub-Champion
  • 2019 KZ Supernats World Champion
  • 2018 CTCC Two-time Champion
  • 2017 CTCC Champion
  • Champion of Costa Rica DD2 (2015, 2016, 2017)
  • S1 Pro World Champion (2015, 2016)
  • 2015 FWT DD2 Runner-Up
  • 2014 Florida Winter Tour DD2 Runner-Up
  • 2013 Florida Winter Tour Vortex TaG Senior Champion
  • 2013 Florida Winter Tour Rotax Senior Max Vice-Champion
  • 2012 Team USA Member
  • 2012 Rotax Senior Max National Champion
  • 2010 Florida Winter Tour Pro-Rotax Vice-Champion
  • 2009 South Florida Rotax Max Champion
  • 2008 Rotax Junior National Champion
  • 2005 Rotax Mini Max National Champion

 

Kyle Marcelli

Kyle Marcelli

Canadian, Kyle Marcelli, will compete in the No. 1 Prestige Performance with Wayne Taylor Racing LST in the PRO class of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America Championship. The 31-year-old’s racing resume includes victories in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge, SRO GT World Challenge America, IMSA WeatherTech Sports Car Championship, European Le Mans Series, and more. In Marcelli’s 263 races entered, he has 32 wins, 99 podiums, and 24 pole positions and will look to achieve more victories with Wayne Taylor Racing in his first season in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo season.

Statistics
• 2020 IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge, Champion (GT4)
• 2019 SRO GT World Challenge America, Champion (GT3)
• 2019 IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge, Race Winner (GT4)
• 2018 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, Race Winner (GTD)
• 2018 IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge, Vice-Champion (GT4)
• 2016 Trans Am Series, Race Winner (TA2)
• 2014 Thunderhill 25H, Champion
• 2013 American Le Mans Series, Vice-Champion (LMPC)
• 2013 Petit Le Mans 10H, Champion (LMPC)
• 2013 12H Sebring, Runner-Up (LMPC)
• 2012 Porsche GT3 Cup Canada Champion
• 2011 European Le Mans Series, Race Winner (LMPC)
• 2011 American Le Mans Series, Race Winner (LMPC)
• 2009 IMSA Prototype Lites, Race Winner (L1)
• 2008 US FF2000, Third Place
• 2007 FF1600 Ontario, Champion

Randy Sellari

Randy Sellari

Randy Sellari returns to Wayne Taylor Racing for a full season in Lamborghini Super Trofeo in the AM class. In 2020, Sellari took top honors, finishing first in the 2020 Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America LB Cup Championship after winning six races with ten podiums, four pole positions, and three fastest laps. The American has also finished third in the 2019 LB Cup championship and second in the 2018 PRO-AM championship.

 

Statistics

  • First, 2020 Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America Championship (LB Cup).
  • Third, 2019 Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America Championship (LB Cup)
  • Second, 2018 Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America Championship (PRO-AM)

 

Ashton Harrison

Ashton Harrison

American, Ashton Harrison returns to Wayne Taylor Racing for her third season in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo (LST) North America season. Having risen through the LST ranks after starring in the LB Cup where she became the first female to win a Lamborghini World Finals race, Harrison then transitioned to the PRO-AM class where while teammates with Andrea Amici finished last season with one win, seven podiums, three pole positions and two fastest laps. In 2021, Harrison will drive solo the No. 25 Harrison Contracting with Wayne Taylor Racing LST In the AM Class.

 

Her dream of racing professionally was ignited as a child by watching IMSA races with her father and grandmother. Her dream became a reality in 2012 when she began her career in Southeast Spec Miata Club Racing, achieving top-five finishes in every race. Harrison transitioned to the Global MX-5 Cup for three seasons and then became an integral part of the historic all-female class winning team of the Jester & Babbitt Motorsports and Flying Lizard Motorsports Audi LMS GT4 in the 2018 25 Hours of Thunderhill. In 2019, Harrison moved to WTR to run in the LB Cup class of the North American Lamborghini Super Trofeo series with co-driver Stephanie Cemo. While co-driving the No. 43 Prestige Performance Harrison Contracting LST in the LB Cup, Harrison secured six pole positions, set two track records, ran the fastest laps at eight of 12 LB Cup races, and led the most laps of any other driver in and out of the LB Cup class. At the 2019 Lamborghini season finale weekend in Jerez, Spain, Harrison made history by becoming the first female racer to win a World Finals race.

 

Statistics

  • 2020: Co-drove the No. 25 Harrison Contracting LST (PRO-AM)
    • One victory
    • Finished the season with seven podiums and three pole starting positions
  • 2019: Harrison co-drove the No. 43 Prestige Performance Harrison Contracting LST (LB Cup):
    • Became the first female to win a Lamborghini World Finals race
    • Had the fastest laps in the LB Cup class at Barber Motorsports Park (Round 1 & 2), Watkins Glen International (Round 3 & 4), Road America (Round 5 & 6) and WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca (Round 9 & 10)
    • Secured class pole positions in Barber Motorsports Park (Round 1), Watkins Glen International (Round 3), Road America (Round 5) and WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca (Round 10), Jerez, Spain (Round 11) and the Lamborghini World Finals (Race 2)
    • Set class track records at Barber Motorsports Park (Round 1 & 2)  
  • 2018: Finished first in class and fourth overall with a historic all-female team in the 25 Hours of Thunderhill with Jester & Babbitt Motorsports and Flying Lizard Motorsports Audi LMS GT4. This was the highest any woman has finished in the event
  • 2017-18: Only female racing in Mazda MX-5 Cup with Sick Sideways Racing
  • 2016: Mazda MX-5 Cup Series with GB Racing supported by Racing Analytics. Worked closely with Mazda factory driver, Tom Long
  • 2013-15: Highest finishing female in the Southeast Spec Miata Club Racing (Racing Analytics)
  • 2012:  Top-five finishes in every race with Southeast NASA Spec Miata series.
  • 2010-11: Her desire to pursue racing was sparked even more when her father initially took her to the Bondurant School of High Performance Driving in order to remove points off her Georgia license (or the state said she would lose her license). 

Jordan Missig

Jordan Missig

Up and coming 23-year old Illinois talent, Jordan Missig, will continue his quest of racing at the top level of motorsports by jumping into his first Lamborghini Super Trofeo season with Wayne Taylor Racing in the PROAM Class. The American is constantly developing his skills through karting and cars to have the opportunity to achieve his goal to race in IndyCar, Formula 1 or Prototype/ DPi- Series in IMSA. The current full-time college student constantly works to improve his race craft at his home track, Joliet Autobahn, where he was the 2020, 2018, 2017 and 2016 Kart Circuit Champion. He also recently finished second in the 2019 Radical Cup North America Series where he earned seven wins, 13 podiums and 10 pole positions.

 

Statistics

  • Finished 10th in the 2020 Formula Regional Americas Series Powered by Honda
  • 2020 Kart Circuit Autobahn Track Champion
  • Second place finish in the 2019 Radical Cup North America Series (7 wins, 13 podiums and 10 poles)
  • 2019 Autobahn Track Radical Champion (7 wins)
  • 2018 Kart Circuit Autobahn Track Champion
  • 2018 Margay Ignite Senior Class Champion
  • Third place finish in the 2018 Autobahn Radical Racing Series
  • 2017 Kart Circuit Autobahn Track Champion
  • 2017 Race Winner in the 2017 Autobahn Spec Miata Racing Series
  • 2016 Kart Circuit Autobahn Track Champion