Knowledge Identifier: +Paul_Gentilozzi
Race car driver and businessman
Born in 1950.
Countries: United States (25%), Jordan (25%), Japan (25%)
Main connections: Scott Pruett, Guy Smith, Timo Glock
Linked to: Ford Motor Company, Michigan State University, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile
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Paul Gentilozzi was born in 1950
In 1985 he founded the successful Rocketsports Racing team that has competed in the Trans-Am series and Champ Car World Series
He teamed up with three other drivers to win the 1994 24 Hours of Daytona, his biggest win as a driver
Gentilozzi and fellow Champ Car owners Gerald Forsythe and Kevin Kalkhoven purchased the assets of Champ Car following a financially difficult 2003 season
- In 2004 he made his Champ Car debut the second half of the season for Paul Gentilozzi's Rocketsports team
- In 2005, Glock shifted his career to the United States, racing in the Champ Car World Series with Paul Gentilozzi's Rocketsports team
In 2008, with the Champ Car Series running on very thin funding, the series was acquired by the Indy Racing League
In 2009 He formed RSR, LLC with his sons Anthony and John Gentilozzi
- Pruett departed CGR in 2016 and joined with Paul Gentilozzi, who fieled a Lexus RC F GT3 in the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship