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Gary Sheehan to Co-Drive the COBB GrandAm Cup Subaru Legacy GT


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7/11/2006 Scotts Valley, CA


GOTO:Racing announced today that Speed World Challenge GT driver Gary Sheehan will be joining the team for it’s next two Grand-Am Cup events.


Sheehan will co-drive with Brian Lock at both Barber Motorsports Park and Miller Motorsports Park. Sheehan, an iconic figure in the Subaru road racing community, joins the effort just as GOTO’s Grand-Am Cup program gains traction, adding his vast AWD experience and technical expertise to the team.


Steve Lock, GOTO Team Principal noted “Our key to success in pro racing has been to surround ourselves with the right people. Gary’s decision to join GOTO for the Barber and Miller races only adds to the strength of our team. Gary Sheehan and GOTO:Racing are both pioneers for Subaru road racing, and it makes good sense that we will be able to accomplish even greater things together. He’s the most experienced Subaru road racer in the country, and I’m sure our team will greatly benefit from the speed and veteran input he’ll bring.”


Sheehan’s driving resume includes many impressive outings in Subaru’s, most notably as the driver for the ESX Speed World Challenge GT STi, as well as lead driver for ESX’s third place overall finish at the 2005 25 Hours of Thunderhill. Sheehan started racing Subaru’s with the first professional road racing Subaru WRX in the United States in 2001.


Joining GOTO also brings Sheehan back to GrandAm competition, with Gary having starred in a number of races in 2004.


See the new Sheehan and Lock driving team at Barber Motorsports Park July 28-30. Go to http://www.grandamerican.com for ticket and TV listing information.


Also, go to GOTO: Racing Homepage for an interview with Gary Sheehan on his new role.

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heh, Gary is just looking for free rides everywhere.. I wish i was that good and do that too ;)

If you were that good, we might offer you a seat, too :D


Between Gary and Brian, we should be kicking some serious butt. Check out the interview on the GOTO site...



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