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Topic - Marino Franchitti
Marino Franchitti, Scott Pruett and Memo Rojas teamed to give Chip Ganassi Racing its first victory in the Twelve Hours of Sebring, the oldest endurance sports car race in the country.
Chip Ganassi Racing wants to build a driver development program around Sage Karam and is close to putting together a second full-time entry in the Tudor United SportsCar Championship that could pair the Indy Lights champion with Marino Franchitti.
"I'm pleased it's found a home," said Chip Ganassi Racing driver Marino Franchitti, who tested the car in its early stages. "It's good to see the concept developing and going forward. Sports cars have always been about innovation, and that's what the DeltaWing is. I'm not a big fan of balancing performance. I think the best way is to write a set of rules and let people build a car as fast as they can in that."
"It was incredible," Franchitti said. "We couldn't believe we were in position to win. I've won here in the (old ALMS) P2 class, but to win overall here ... it's certainly the biggest day in my career."