Panther Racing has generated more headlines for its driver changes than its results for most of 2013, but throughout the season, the team has remained committed to partner National Guard and its level of activation.
This video produced by the team from the weekend at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course highlights Panther Racing’s commitment to the Guard, and showcases the “Hometown Hero” segment the National Guard puts together at each race.
Oriol Servia was latest in the car at Mid-Ohio, and finished 14th while deputizing for the injured Ryan Briscoe. Briscoe will return to the team for the GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma on August 25 with he and Servia expected to balance the remaining races as they have since the team terminated JR Hildebrand’s contract after the Indianapolis 500. Firestone Indy Lights driver Carlos Munoz also filled in at Toronto race two.