ST Racing will enter two M4 GT4s in SRO SprintX competition in 2021, including a car for veteran racer Ryan Eversley and Ferrari Challenge racer and champion Joe Rubbo, and another for a pair of seventeen-year-old racers, Tomas Mejia, runner-up in TCA in 2020 in a Mini, and Bryson Lew, who ran in French Formula 4 before making his SRO debut last year in an M240iR.
ST Racing, winners of the SprintX silver class team title in 2020, is joining a competitive pack that will include, among other cars, three M4 GT4s from BimmerWorld for James Walker Jr/Bill Auberlen, James Clay/Nick Galante, and Chandler Hull/Jon Miller, the returning Stephen Cameron Racing M4 GT4 for Greg Liefooghe and Sean Quinlan, and an M4 GT4 from Classic BMW for a driver to be named later.
As noted here earlier, ST Racing is also competing in the 24H Series in 2021. It has won its class in the first two races of the season, including the 24 Hours of Dubai with Samantha Tan (the ST in ST Racing), Jon Miller, Nick Wittmer, and Chandler Hull driving, and the Six Hours of Abu Dhabi, with Tan and Miller at the controls.
The 2021 SRO series begins at Sonoma Raceway on March 3–7.—Brian Morgan
[Photos of Bryson Lew/Tomas Mejia and Ryan Eversley/Joe Rubbo courtesy ST Racing.]