November 29, 2019

Forty 7 Motorsport becomes IMSA Prototype Challenge champion

After a sixth place at the last race of the season at Road Atlanta, the No. 47 Norma M30 from Forty 7 Motorsport claimed the IMSA Prototype Challenge title of a battled season.

Photo: Forty7 Motorsports

There was no surprise for the last round of the IMSA Prototype Challenge season at Road Atlanta as the title was automatically awarded to the Forty 7 Motorsport No. 47 car at the start of the race.

Austin McCusker and Rodrigo Pflucker stood out from the rest of the grid thanks to their competitiveness and regularity. Always finishing in the top 8 this year, they claimed victory at Mosport and two more podiums in the early stages of the season. It is the second title for a Norma M30 in the category in the span of three years.

The No. 47 was not the only Norma M30 to have shined with its competitiveness as the manufacturer claimed four wins out of six races. Robillard Racing No. 43 won at Sebring and VIR whilst Gilbert/Korthoff MotorSports No. 23 took the win at Road Atlanta.

Norma M30 LMP3 claim the top spots of the IMSA Prototype Challenge standings. Over the seven Norma M30 which raced in IMSA Prototype Challenge this year, three of them ended in the top 10 standings.

  • 1. Forty 7 Motorsport No. 47
  • 9. Robillard Racing No. 43
  • 10. Gilbert/Korthoff MotorSports No. 23

Some key figures about the Norma M30 LMP3 in the 2019 IMSA Prototype Challenge : four wins, five pole positions, eight podiums and two fastest laps.

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