Stevan McAleer will drive the No. 1 Prestige Performance Racing with Wayne Taylor Racing alongside Stuart Middleton in the PRO Class during the 2020 Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America season while also competing in the IMSA Prototype Challenge and GT3 America championships. Born 35 years ago in Glasgow, Scotland, McAleer began his racing career in go karts and had the opportunity to race in the Skip Barber Regional Series in the United States. He rocketed through the ranks and today is a championship-winning driver, a world-class racing coach, and the co-owner of McCumbee McAleer Racing.
McAleer’s three championships include the 2019 Pirelli GT4 America East PRO-AM, the 2015 Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge-ST and 2012 SCCA Pro Racing Playboy Mazda MX-5 Cup. He earned runner-up finishes in the 2019 IMSA Prototype Challenge LMP3 and 2018 Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America Pro-Am.
• Pirelli GT4 America East – Pro|Am Champion (2019)
• IMSA Prototype Challenge – LMP3 Runner-Up (2019)
• Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America – Pro|Am Runner-Up (2018)
• Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge – ST Champion (2015)
• SCCA Pro Racing Playboy Mazda MX-5 Cup Champion (2012).
Stuart Middleton, the 20-year-old from England, will run in the Pro class with No. 1 Prestige Performance Racing with Wayne Taylor Racing during the 2020 Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America season. The highly dedicated and talented young driver has been recognized by the British Racing Drivers Club as a Rising Star and was entered into the prestigious Lamborghini Young Driver Program. Middleton is deeply involved in Lamborghini as a driver-coach along and in the research and development of road-legal cars.
Middleton secured his first major car racing championship title at the age of 16 in the Ginetta Junior Winter Series Championship at Snetterton. In 2017, he graduated to race in the GT4 category of the British GT Championship and was crowned champion after a highly impressive and consistent season of wins and podiums. Later that year, he became the youngest driver to win the Sunoco Whelen Challenge which guaranteed a fully funded prize drive at the Rolex 24 Hour at DAYTONA where he finished 2nd overall and became the youngest ever driver to reach an overall podium in the Rolex 24 hours at Daytona. He moved to the European GT4 Championship series in 2018 and placed second overall. In 2019, he placed third overall in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo European championship.
• Third place finish in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe the Pro class (2019).
• Selected by Lamborghini to become a Squadra Corse driver (2019).
• Runner-up in the GT4 European Series -Silver Cup (2018).
• Rolex 24 at DAYTONA runner-up Prototype Class (LMP2/DPi car) (2018).
• British GT Championship -GT4 Champion (2017).
• Runner-up in the Simpson Race Products Ginetta Junior Championship (2016).
• KICK Start Energy Ginetta Junior Winter Series Champion (2015).
• NKF Junior Rotax Champion (2013
After a successful 2019 season in the LB Cup with Wayne Taylor Racing, Ashton Harrison, the 25-year old American, will move up to the PRO|AM category to drive the No. 25 Prestige Performance Harrison Contracting Lamborghini Super Trofeo with Andrea Amici in the 2020 Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America season.
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.
Andrea Amici, the 26-year-old Italian, will return to Prestige Performance with Wayne Taylor Racing (WTR) to drive the No. 25 Harrison Contracting Lamborghini Super Trofeo with Ashton Harrison in the PRO|AM Category for the 2020 season. The Italian previously raced in the PRO Class championship with Sandy Mitchell driving the No. 1 Prestige Performance Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo in 2019 where the team had three wins, nine podiums, three poles and finished second in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo World Final.
Amici has had a passion for racing since he started his karting career in 2000 where he held two national titles, three regional titles and over 30 national trophies before transitioning to a race car. Since his move to race cars, the Italian has competed and won in a variety of international events, including the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia Championship, Shanghai 888km GT Cup, GT Asia Series, 24 Hours of Adria, Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe, and 6 Hours of Vallelunga.
Sydney McKee will join her father, Bruce McKee, for the 2020 Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America season driving the No. 87 FaDa Racing Lamborghini Super Trofeo. Sydney fell in love with racing when she first accompanied her father to the track at the Porsche Sport Driving School. Lacking a car to drive, Sydney decided to build her own Spec Miata race car, and then competed in the 2017 Spec Miata class with the National Auto Sport Association. She teamed up with her father in 2018 to create FaDa Racing where they raced in the Trophy East series. Sydney finished fourth in the individual championship and the father daughter duo won first place in the team championship. She is currently a third-year student at Brown University, double concentrating in Engineering and Economics. At Brown, she has become an integral part of the Brown Formula Racing SAE team as she serves as the head of driver training and the head of overall competitive performance.
• Professional debut during 2019 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season opener at Daytona International Speedway in the Michelin Pilot Challenge (2019).
• Created FaDa Racing with her father, Bruce McKee (2018).
• Team Champions in the GT4 class Trophy East season with FaDa Racing (2018).
• Finished fourth overall in the Trophy East season (2018).
• Built a Spec Miata in high school to compete in the Spec Miata
class with National Auto Sport Association (2017).
William Hubbell, from San Juan, Puerto Rico will run the No. 69 Lamborghini Super Trofeo during the 2020 Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America season. The Puerto Rican has been surrounded by racing since he was a child as his father raced midgets in the 1950s and his mother was a huge race fan. Hubbell started racing in 2014 after he purchased a Coyote Chassis Daytona Protype Corvette and competed in the Formula & Automobile Racing Association and Historic Sports Car Racing Daytona Prototype Championship. He made the transition to the Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America series in 2017.
Second, 2019 Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America Championship (PRO-AM).
Third, 2018 Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America Championship (PRO-AM).
Second, Historic Sports Car Racing Daytona Prototype Championship (2018).
Five-time FARA Champion racing Corvette Daytona Prototypes.