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Entering the home event for driver Anthony Simone, Forty7 Motorsports Featuring Alianza Motorsports will see action this coming weekend at the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park (CTMP) near Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada. Taking on the IMSA Prototype Challenge Presented by Mazda field, the New Jersey Motorsports Park based team will see drivers Simone and Rodrigo Pflucker continue their 2018 success in the Nikola Tesla Unite backed car over the July 6-8 weekend.

“We have a huge week in Canada,” explained Lorne Kelly, Co-Owner of the Alianza Motorsports brand. “We have managed to secure several marketing and promotional opportunities for our team and drivers leading up to the weekend that will assist with the promotion of our partners, the event and the IMSA program. The value of the working collaboration with Forty7 Motorsports is driven by the shared passion of Garrett Kletjian and myself. They are a great partner and without them, their personnel and their equipment, we could not be where we are today. Forty7 Motorsports is a professional organization and we have achieved great success in such a short time as we learn from their knowledge and guidance.”

With on track action not beginning until Friday morning, the week leading up to the event will be busy including Wednesday which will be a jam packed day for Forty7 Motorsports Featuring Alianza driver Anthony Simone. The Canadian standout will join several other teams and competitors at the SickKids Hospital for a meet and greet, bringing joy and smiles to the children that are currently in the hospital and may not be able to attend the event trackside. Later that day, Simone will be joined by co-driver driver Rodrigo Pflucker as the duo will take part in RaceFest at Young and Dundas Square in Downtown Toronto.

Throughout the race weekend, Simone and Pflucker will take part in several meet and greets as well as autograph sessions at the Alianza Motorsports private VIP Suite next to Grand Prix Club overlooking turn one at the Canadian Motorsports Park.

Kelly continued, “It is going to be a very busy week but we can’t wait. While our marketing and promotion of our partners takes precedent leading up the race weekend, come Friday, we will be focused on speed and results. I would personally like to welcome everyone in the paddock to come and check out the Forty7 Motorsports Featuring Alianza program, drivers and learn about our primary partner, Nikola Tesla Unite and NIKO Coins, and support the first cryptocurrency sponsorship in the motorsports world.”

For more information on Nikola Tesla Unite and the NIKO brand of cryptocurrency, please contact Jane Anderson at 1.833.TESLA 56 or via e-mail to To visit them online, please visit or Tickets for the Grand Prix Club are still available by contacting

About Forty7 Motorsports

Forty7 Motorsports is a full time multi-car professional race team competing in IMSA competition. With current full time entries in IMSA Porsche GT3 Cup beginning in 2016 and expansion into Prototype Challenge LMP3 with two Norma M30’s in 2017, Forty7 Motorsports has been built and grown with racing at its core. Operating out of a purpose built 17,000sqft. facility at New Jersey Motorsports Park, Forty7 Motorsports offers their street and racing customers the technical expertise and in house engineering capabilities to perform at the highest levels.

About Alianza Motorsports

Alianza’s Motorsports team has over 40+ years in the motorsports world and they are driven by their passion for the team, competitive mindset and their ability to drive innovative branding for high class marketing capabilities for their partners. With a vision to create strong alliances with partners who will help develop this into a formidable enterprise, founded from excellence, dedicated for championships and created for greatness. Best in class on the track, in the shop and amongst our stakeholders, Alianza is the right choice for those with the vision to see the future, with us.

Photos by: Alianza Motorsports

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