January 31, 2019 – Chicago, IL – After competing in high-level karting in North America and moving to Europe to try his hand in the Italian F4 program in 2018, Anthony Famularo is returning to competition in North America with BN Racing. Inking a deal to compete in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship, Famularo will join the highly successful BN Racing program that already includes multi-time Road to Indy race winner and Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires rookie David Malukas.
“We are welcoming Anthony to BN Racing with open arms,” explained Bryn Nuttall. “Anthony has proven to be fast in preseason testing, and I am confident that he will surprise a lot of people in his rookie season. He comes with a great coach and mentor in former F1 race winner and multi-time Indianapolis 500 Champion Juan Pablo Montoya”
As a former national level kart racer and a multi-time champion of the sport, Famularo is new to the Road to Indy program, but not to open wheel racing. As a competitor in the Italian F4 Championship in 2018, Famularo gained valuable experience that will aid his efforts in his new 2019 program.
Nuttall continued, “We have just completed several days of testing since the new year and look forward to continuing the development work with Anthony. Even with our results in 2018, we are building and improving our team every month and I think with a little more time, testing and experience in the seat of a USF-17, Anthony could achieve some solid results in the upcoming season.”
With their Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires seat filled with David Malukas and one of their Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship seats now confirmed with Anthony Famularo, BN Racing will have several more announcements on the horizon including two drivers in the Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires as well as another USF driver that will compete alongside Famularo.