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Wynn’s Racing – a name that signifies not just success but a storied history of unmatched achievements. With an indomitable spirit and relentless pursuit of excellence, Wynn’s has spent 85 years pushing the boundaries of endurance, speed, and innovation. Wynn’s isn’t just about racing, it’s about the passion that fuels us, the determination that drives us, and the legacy we’re continually building. PROVEN PERFORMANCE. LEGENDARY RESULTS™
Johnnie Parson’s drove the Friction Proofing Special car to a 1st place podium in the 1950 Indy 500. This marked the first entrance for Wynn’s into the racing world.
U.S.C.A Championship –
Wynn's raced 5 rear-engine Friction Proofing Special cars in U.S.A.C. Championship and Sprint races in 1964. Built by A.J. Watson, whose cars have won five of the last eight Indianapolis 500-mile races this Leader Card Offenhauser was piloted by Wynn's ace driver, Don Branson.
Don Prudhomme – Wynn’s dedication to racing was as remarkable as Don “The Snake” Prudhomme’s driving career. Wynn’s was a proud sponsor of The Snake for over 30 years; sharing in his 49 NHRA career victories, a stunning 35 wins in Funny Car finals, and 14 wins in Top Fuel finals rounds.
WYNN’S SAFARI – Wynn’s Sydney to Darwin Safari was announced in 1985. The first event included several international competitors and more than 200 starters. The race was so tough, more than 75 percent of the field retired after the first competitive leg. Wynn's Safari was held 29 years straight and became known as one of the world's great endurance events.
WEC/IMSA – The Wynn’s livery ran on the 962 IMSA prototype, numbered F01 (HR3F). The 962 was purchased new from the Porsche factory by the Hotchkis family and ran from 1986 until it was retired in 1991. During that time, the Hotchkis Racing team enjoyed great success and numerous race wins including a win for the 962 at the HSR race at Daytona Speedway in 2000.
STOCK CAR - Wynn’s NASCAR sponsorship of Lake Speed. With sponsorship from Wynn's, Kmart and Delco Battery, Speed built an entirely new race team with himself as the owner. Speed and his purple and white #83 Oldsmobile recorded his first win Kmart/Wynn’s car at the 1988 TranSouth 500 at Darlington.
ASA - Wynn’s sponsors Gary St. Amant in the #7 Wynn’s car in the American Speed Association series and is the title sponsor of series races such as the Wynn’s Missouri 250 and the Wynn’s 300 as part of ASA AC-DELCO Challenge series.
Wynn’s sponsors Pancho Carter driving the Wynns Alfa-Laval Lola Buick in the Indianapolis 500.
AUSTRALIAN TOURING CAR CHAMPIONSHIP/SHELL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES - Wynn's won the Bathurst1000 with the New Zealander duo of Greg Murphy and Steven Richards driving the #7 Wynn’s Holden Commodore VT.
After a nearly 20-year absence, Wynn’s roars back into racing with a partnership with Ben Keating. Keating, driving the Riley Motorsports #33 Mercedes-AMG GT3. wins his third consecutive IMSA Michelin Endurance Cup.
Wynn’s and Keating’s winning year continues at the 80th anniversary of LeMans. Keating and the iconic #85 Ford GT crossed the finish line first in the LMGTE Am category.
Ben Keating and the classic Wynn’s livery continue to strike a winning presence in the IMSA series.
IMSA 2021 Season LMP2 CHAMPIONS
NAEC 2021 Season LMP2 CHAMPIONS
NAEC 2022 Season LMP2 CHAMPIONS
IMSA 2023 Season LMP2 CHAMPIONS
FIA WEC 2023 Season GTE AM CHAMPIONS
EV Winsor – Outboard motor speed World Record holder
Bob Flock – 1947 NASCAR Champion
Red Byron – 1948 NASCAR Champion
Ex Samples – 1949 NASCAR Champion
Joe Weatherby – AAA Motorcycle champion
Roy Skaggs – Hydroplane speed world record holder
Al Dykes – Stock Car speed record holder
Bill Richardson – Racecar driver
Johnny Tolan – Racecar driver
William O. Taylor – Stock Car Owner
Kelley Johnson – Midget driver
Bob Lang – Racecar Driver and Owner