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SRO Motorsports America Announces Staff Promotions, Additions

SRO Motorsports America has announced staff promotions and additions to strengthen its growth in North America.  

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Effective immediately, Brian Hughes was promoted to VP, Operations. He is recognized as a leading logistics and operations professional within both motorsports and corporate settings. Prior to joining SRO America, Hughes had extensive experience with ChampCar, IMSA, and NZR Consulting.  

Staci Langham was promoted to General Manager and will oversee Team Relations, GT World Challenge America, and GT America. Langham has been a member of the World Challenge organization for over a decade.  

Robbie Montinola was promoted to VP, Marketing Communications & Business Development and will oversee several new hires in his department. Montinola enters his fifth season with SRO after many years in the tech media and entertainment space.  


Susan Dunklau was promoted to CFO. Dunklau has been with the series since 2011, most recently serving as the Senior Series Administrator.  

Dean Case, meanwhile, joins as press officer. Case has previously worked for Ford Racing, NISMO, and Mazdaspeed and will lead efforts to tell the multitude of stories from within the SRO paddock.  

Natasha Masterson will join as the manager for Marketing & Business Development. Masterson has worked extensively in IndyCar, Formula One, WEC, IMSA, and with brands such as McLaren and Lamborghini.  

Kenzie Manning and Raymond Fong join Team Relations. Manning has a diverse motorsports background ranging from pit crew work to hospitality. Fong is an experienced sports marketing and events professional having most recently worked for the Golden State Warriors.  


Mitchell Mefford will join the SRO engineering team. Mefford is well known in the paddock, having served as a part of the weekend SRO technical staff since 2019. 

SRO Motorsports America operates four championships: Fanatec GT World Challenge America powered by AWS, GT America powered by AWS, Pirelli GT4 America, and TC America powered by Skip Barber Championship. 

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