Magnus Racing has revealed a special one-off livery for this weekend's Northeast Grand Prix at Lime Rock Park, commemorating the anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch.
This saturday marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Magnus Racing will pay tribute to the event with a livery mimicking the Saturn V rocket. The team's Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo has also been give permission to run number #11 instead of the team's regular number, which is #44.
Andy Lally and John Potter have also been given permission to run a black number panel instead of the regular green to match the livery.
“We wanted to do something special to mark the occasion, and we felt this was the best way we could honor the event,” said Magnus Racing team owner and driver John Potter.
“Space exploration and the historical significance behind it has always been something I’ve held a long admiration for, so this is a very personal project to me."
"Obviously the Apollo 11 mission is an amazing tribute to human ingenuity and creativity, and that’s something that translates extremely well to our sport."
"I’m glad we could pay tribute, and of course I appreciate everyone on the team, as well as IMSA for some of the accommodations they’ve made to change our number and color panel, for making this a reality. Hopefully we can pay the ultimate honor by bringing home a win.”