Grand Am: Rum Bum Racing has a score to settle…

MIAMI – After making a dream debut in GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge competition with a win at Daytona International Speedway last year, Rum Bum Racing couldn’t have been more excited to return to Gatorade Victory Lane at Rum Bum Racing’s home track as the series staged round two of the 2010 championship at Homestead Miami Speedway.

But a promising day turned into a shocking one as a series of unexpected events conspired to knock the team from contention. However, that tough finish has the team even more motivated to succeed this time around.

Homestead, with its tricky mixed oval and road course configuration, is a fine place to call home for Rum Bum Racing. The team commutes to all the races from Florida, with longtime Floridian racing legend Joe Varde calling the shots from the pit box. The team was founded by longtime Miami-area resident Luis Bacardi, giving the team a comprehensive connection to the area that makes winning at home a top priority.

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