USF1 Announces Anderson as Team Manager


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12:48am EST — USF1 announced Monday that Australian John Anderson, formerly team manager for Gil de Ferran’s American Le Mans Series team, would immediately begin duties as USF1 team manager.  Team principal Ken Anderson said in the statement on the team’s website that, “to be able to hire someone as experienced, as organized and as successful as he is will only enhance our team as we move forward.” USF1 lists Anderson’s experience as “a veritable “who’s who” of American racers and teams as a mechanic, team manager and race strategist, from California to Vermont to New Mexico to Indianapolis. He’s worked for Bill Alsup, Gerry Forsyth, Barry Green, Dan Gurney, Mike Curb, Rick Galles, A.J. Foyt Jr., Kenny Bernstein, Bruce McCaw and more, racking up two open-wheel championships and two Indy 500 wins, among other successes.”

More information about Anderson can be found through the above link, though it is exciting to see more information coming out of Charlotte each day regarding USF1, their structure, and their 2010 Formula1 season plans.

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