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Jon Fogarty

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Born: 23 May 1975

A race car driver.

Biography

The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's Automotive Industries page on 17 September 2019, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Jon Fogarty is an American racing driver, who competes in the United SportsCar Championship for GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing. He won the 2007 and 2009 GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series Daytona Prototype drivers' championship and is a two-time Atlantic Championship champion as well.

Fogarty competed in the Barber Dodge Pro Series from 1996 until 2000, finishing series runner-up twice. Following a year where he was injured in Indy Lights in 2001, he moved into Toyota Atlantic in 2002 and edged Michael Valiante for the series championship. He was unsuccessful in a bid to find a Champ Car ride for 2003 and came back to earn his second Toyota Atlantic championship in 2004, with six wins to his credit.

Following an unsuccessful search for a Champ Car ride, Fogarty moved into sports car racing, driving for Flying Lizard Motorsports in the American Le Mans Series in 2005, finishing third in the GT2 drivers' championship with Johannes van Overbeek. He made only a handful of starts in 2006.

Fogarty moved to the Rolex Sports Car Series in 2006, driving for GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing in the Daytona Prototype division. Teamed with Alex Gurney, the pairing combined for a series-record seven wins and ten poles in 2007, en route to the Daytona Prototype drivers' championship.


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DateArticleAuthor/Source
23 April 2002CART Media ConferenceJon Fogarty
Rocky Moran, Jr.
3 September 2002CART Media ConferenceJon Fogarty
Bruno Junqueira
6 January 2007Grand American Road Racing Association Media ConferenceJon Fogarty
Alex Gurney
Bobby Stallings
10 September 2007Grand American Road Racing Association Media ConferenceJon Fogarty
Alex Gurney
Scott Pruett
Wayne Taylor
17 June 2009Grand Am Road Racing Media ConferenceJon Fogarty
Alex Gurney
2 December 2009Grand Am Road Racing Media ConferenceJon Fogarty
Alex Gurney
Jimmie Johnson
Bobby Stallings
Jimmy Vasser
16 June 2010Grand Am Road Racing Media ConferenceJon Fogarty
Leh Keen
3 August 2010Grand Am Road Racing Media ConferenceJon Fogarty
Alex Gurney
5 April 2011Grand-Am Road Racing Media ConferenceJon Fogarty
Alex Gurney
17 August 2011Grand-Am Road Racing Media ConferenceJon Fogarty
Ricky Taylor
8 March 2016Multi-Time Champion Jon Fogarty Has Won Races Throughout North America, But This Weekend GAINSCO Driver Must Learn Streets of St. Pete for PWC Races Tom Blattler, Pirelli World Challenge
20 January 20172017 Pirelli World Challenge Testing is underway with Jon Fogarty in the new GAINSCO “Red Dragon” Porsche Tom Blattler, Pirelli World Challenge


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