Magnus Racing Partners With Flex-Box for Grand Prix of Miami

April 23, 2012 Updated: October 1, 2015
Flex-Box first partnered with Magnus Racing at the 2011 Sebring 12 Hours. (James Fish/The Epoch Times)
Flex-Box first partnered with Magnus Racing at the 2011 Sebring 12 Hours. (James Fish/The Epoch Times)

Grand Am GT regular Magnus Racing has renewed its partnership with Hong Kong-based Flex-Box, a worldwide leader in shipping containers, for the Grand Am Rolex Grand Prix of Miami.

Flex-Box first teamed up with Magnus Racing for the American Le Mans Series 2011 Sebring 12 Hours. The company was apparently pleased with the exposure; it will be back with Magnus Racing for Sunday’s Rolex race, with the Flex-Box logos adorning the flanks of the team’s Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, driven by team owner John Potter and Andy Lally.

“It’s great to have Flex-Box back with us this weekend,” said Potter in a team press statement. “Everyone at the organization is great to work with, and more importantly we look forward to putting on a great event for them. From our hospitality to our performance on track, I’m confident our program will prove invaluable for everyone.”

Tickets for the Grand Am Rolex Grand Prix of Miami (April 29) and the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Kia 200 (April 28) can be purchased through the Miami-Homestead Speedway website.

The Rolex Grand Prix of Miami will be televised live on Speed TV starting at 1 p.m. EDT, Sunday, April 29. The CTSCC Kia 200 will air on Speed on May 12 at 12 noon EDT.