Sean Rayhall has notched up some impressive statistics during a relatively short career, taking no fewer than 74 race wins, 118 podium finishes, 47 pole positions and 70 fastest laps from 171 races contested before the start of the 2014 season.
The young charger from Atlanta, Georgia started racing Karts at the tender age of seven. He became the youngest driver in North America to win an open-wheeled formula race and has had a great deal of success in stock cars, GTs and prototypes.
Rayhall has 14 championships to his name, winning the coveted Cooper Tires Prototype Lites title in 2013 before impressively racing to second in class on his American Le Mans Series (ALMS) LMPC debut in 8Star Motorsport colours at Petit Le Mans.
He reunited with Enzo Potolicchio’s squad for the 2014 TUDOR United SportsCar Championship and is focused on bolstering his trophy collection, with the ultimate aim of achieving LMPC title success for himself and the Pompano Beach-based team.