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CORE chasing title number four
Oct01

CORE chasing title number four

They are already making room on the trophy shelves at CORE autosport in Rock Hill, SC as team owner Jon Bennett and co-driver Colin Braun have locked up their first driver title on the strength of seven podium finishes, including four PC class wins. Racing identical single specification Oreca prototypes, the well matched competition in PC class puts a heavy premium on consistency, driver performance and race strategies. Teams match...

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Jon Bennett’s double play
Apr29

Jon Bennett’s double play

Jon Bennett does not have a split personality, but the quiet owner of CORE autosport will find himself in two different roles in the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship doubleheader here on Sunday, May 4 at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. As the CORE team owner and PC class co-driver with Colin Braun, Bennett returns to the scene of his first major sports car victory. Since Braun’s bold pass on PC rival Bruno Junqueira coming down The...

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Jon Bennett’s perfect day
Jan26

Jon Bennett’s perfect day

After three consecutive PC team championships, you would think you could class CORE autosport team owner Jon Bennett as one of the sport’s true high achievers. Today however the South Carolina racer/businessman had a day that he won’t forget for a very long time. Not only did he team up with Colin Braun, James Gue and Mark Wilkins to comfortably win the PC class at the Rolex 24 at Daytona – as the competition partner...

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Up to the Challenge

Racing identical cars with single specification engines, tires and fuels means that competitors in the two American Le Mans Series Challenge classes: Prototype Challenge (PC) and GT Challenge (GTC) are equally matched on their respective class technical fronts. The races are always tight and the slightest mistake can prove costly, with team and driver performance the keys to success. With two races remaining in the final season of the...

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CORE’s amazing rebuild

After the dramatic Baltimore crash which sent CORE autosport’s existing Porsche to the scrapheap, the Rock Hill, SC-based squad switched into a race against time to build a brand new car in only eight days for this weekend’s event at Circuit of The Americas. CORE’s Porsche was one of several machines adding to an estimated $1.5 million damage bill from the green flag wreck in Baltimore. Tom Kimber-Smith was left with...

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