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ALIANZA MOTORSPORTS INTRODUCES DRIVER DEVELOPMENT EFFORT AS THEY PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE

Competing in the IMSA Prototype Challenge Presented by Mazda, Alianza Motorsports, in a working relationship with Forty7 Motorsports, has not only risen to the forefront, but now has their sights set on the future. Appointing Peruvian karting sensation Eduardo Espejo Jr. to the newly formed Alianza Motorsports Junior Driver Program, the growing program is not only prepared to achieve their short term goals, but onwards into the future.

While his older brother Rodrigo Pflucker has been behind the wheel of the Forty7 Motorsports featuring Alianza car since the start of the season, Pflucker’s skills and natural abilities have been proven and helped elevate the program to be a force at each and every event weekend. As a former multi-time karting champion, 2014 Volkswagen R Cup Champion, 2015 Formula 4 Uruguay Champion and experienced in two Formula Renault 2.0 seasons, Rodrigo brings knowledge and professionalism to the program. With natural talent running in the family, Eduardo Espejo Jr, the younger brother of Rodrigo, has entered into an agreement with Alianza to be the first competitor in their Junior Driver Program as they begin to prepare for the future.

“Eduardo Jr. is young but is a natural behind the wheel,” explained Lorne Kelly. “He has had much success in the karting ranks in Peru and has been approached by many car teams for their future programs. He will begin testing formula cars in the next year or so with the ultimate goal of sports cars in the future. We welcome him to the Alianza Motorsports family with the official title of an Alianza Motorsports Junior Driver.”

While Eduardo Jr. still competes in elite level karting, he has already been learning the ins and outs of sponsor and partner relationships for future success. Along with his Junior Driver recognition, Eduardo Jr. is also supported by cryptocurrency company Nikola Tesla Unite and their digital money brand of NIKO Coins.

Kelly continued, “Our goal is to be associated with drivers in every level of motorsports and we have several more announcements coming in the next few weeks. We will continue to evolve our Junior Driver Program and grow the Alianza Motorsports name and brand. While we were forced to miss the most recent event at VIR, we cannot wait to get to Road Atlanta for the Petit LeMans week with Rodrigo and his co-driver Anthony Simone and show the motorsports community what Alianza Motorsports is made of.”

For more information on Nikola Tesla Unite and the NIKO brand of cryptocurrency, please contact Jane Anderson at 1.833.TESLA 56 or via e-mail to Media@NIKO.eco. To visit them online, please visit www.NIKO.eco or www.nikolateslaunite.com.

About Forty7 Motorsports

Forty7 Motorsports is a full time multi-car professional race team competing in IMSA competition.  With current full time entries in IMSA Porsche GT3 Cup beginning in 2016 and expansion into Prototype Challenge LMP3 with two Norma M30’s in 2017, Forty7 Motorsports has been built and grown with racing at its core. Operating out of a purpose built 17,000sqft. facility at New Jersey Motorsports Park, Forty7 Motorsports offers their street and racing customers the technical expertise and in house engineering capabilities to perform at the highest levels. 

About Alianza Motorsports

Alianza’s Motorsports team has over 40+ years in the motorsports world and they are driven by their passion for the team, competitive mindset and their ability to drive innovative branding for high class marketing capabilities for their partners. With a vision to create strong alliances with partners who will help develop this into a formidable enterprise, founded from excellence, dedicated for championships and created for greatness. Best in class on the track, in the shop and amongst our stakeholders, Alianza is the right choice for those with the vision to see the future, with us.

Photos by: Alianza Motorsports