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DANVILLE, Va. – During round eight of the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge Series at Virginia International Raceway, Freedom Autosport proved that even when things do not go according to plan, the outcome can still be something to celebrate.

As the team was en route to VIR last week, word came that (Retired) U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Liam Dwyer would be unable to race due to a minor medical issue. While Dwyer will be back in action for round nine, his absence meant that there was suddenly a seat to be filled in the No. 26 Mazda MX-5, which Dwyer co-drives with Andrew Carbonell.

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