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Competing in open wheel racing for the past two seasons, Indiana’s Al Morey has made the move to sportscars in 2024. Joining the new Alliance Racing Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America program, Morey has confirmed a full season of competition alongside a yet-to-be-announced co-driver as he bolsters the Alliance Racing driver lineup.

“This is a great opportunity for me. After my first test with the Lamborghini, I knew I wanted to make something of it,” explained Al Morey, who will make his Super Trofeo debut in just a few short weeks at the Sebring International Raceway. “The Super Trofeo was a very different drive compared to what I’m used to, but l really liked it. I had great pace in the first outing, and I am ready to get the season started with Alliance Racing and am counting down the days until we are on track again. We’ve had quite the off-season so I’m happy to have a place with Alliance. We tested two other types of cars during the off-season, but the Super Trofeo was the best fit with everything taken into account. I think now is the right time to get into sportscars, their popularity is growing rapidly here in the States, and this also allows me to race in Europe.”

Getting a late start in his motorsports career, Morey moved from indoor karting to outdoor karting in 2021, and then to the F4 United States Championship in 2022 before jumping to the USF2000 program in 2023. Finishing 11th in the championship standings with a best finish of seventh on two different occasions in Indianapolis and Portland accompanied by several additional top-ten results, Morey will now move to the Super Trofeo North America program in a full-season effort joining the already confirmed driver duo of Andre Lagartixa and Will Edwards.

“Al had a great test with us and was immediately on pace working with former INDYCAR Series driver and Alliance Racing Driver Coach Sebastian Saavedra,” explained Toney Edwards, Owner of Alliance Racing. “Al is a young kid with a good head on his shoulders. He was a natural fit for Alliance Racing, and he has the speed to fight for race wins and podiums this season.”

With two cars and three drivers confirmed for their inaugural campaign, Alliance Racing will announce their fourth driver in the coming days. Kicking off their 2024 season with two Lamborghinis, Alliance Racing has three cars and will look to bring the third one online with another two driver confirmation before the May event in California.

Now set for two cars at the first event in a few short weeks over the March 13-15 weekend at the Sebring International Raceway, Alliance Racing will bring three cars to the May 10-12 event at the WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca and for the remainder of the 2024 season that will see stops at Watkins Glen International, Circuit of the Americas and Alliance Racing’s home event of Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

For more information on Alliance Racing and exciting race team opportunities, please contact Toney Edwards at Alliance Racing via email at Toney@Alliance.Racing or by phone at 317.605.3047 today.

Photo Credit: Alliance Racing / Al Morey

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