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Strategic Wealth Racing Ready to Tackle Sebring International Raceway

Sebring, Fla. (14 March 2016) – Understanding that preparation is key to performance, IMSA sophomore team Strategic Wealth Racing has continually improved upon results from race to race. Following the team’s very first top-five finish at Daytona International Speedway in January, the team looks to continue that positive momentum in Round 2 of the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge championship at Sebring International Raceway.

A near flawless run in the season-opener at Daytona International Speedway gave drivers Matt Dicken and Corey Lewis their best result to date.

The 2016 edition of the 2.5-hour Sebring race around the bumpy 3.74-mile circuit marks the first for the dynamic duo of Dicken and Lewis, although both have plenty of experience at the historic track. In fact, Monster Energy Athlete Lewis gathered winning results at Sebring in Lamborghini Super Trofeo competition last year on his way to taking the 2015 World Championship title.

Strategic Wealth Racing has stayed busy since the season-opening round at Daytona by continuing to put in laps, testing at Road Atlanta at the end of February.

With just two quick practices ahead of qualifying this Thursday, the Goldcrest Motorsports-backed team will look to quickly get up to speed and fine tune its No. 36 Strategic Wealth Racing Porsche Cayman to the tricky track.

“Besides the break between Road Atlanta last year and Daytona, this six-week gap between races is one of the longer down times of the year, but we’ve not been taking a break as a team!” smiled Dicken. “We tested and were able to continue to build momentum as a group and be ready for some of the races in the second half of the championship. But we are really looking forward to Sebring—getting another team accomplishment with that fifth place at Daytona was really rewarding, and we just want to keep building on that every time out.”

“Winning the World Title was simply unbelievable,” said Lewis, of his run in November at Sebring. “I’ve grown to really enjoy racing at Sebring, it’s such a historic race track where all the greats have put their stamp of fame there. After a couple of good tests and of course our first top-5 together at Daytona, we are coming into this race week with a lot of good momentum and I’m eager to get going!”

The race will be streamed LIVE on Friday, March 18th as the green flag waves at 12:20 PM (ET) and will be broadcast on FOX Sports 1 March 27th at 12:30 PM (ET).