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Having collected over 30 podium finishes over his eight years of professional racing in single-seaters, sports cars, and prototypes, Robert Megennis re-joins Turner Motorsport in 2024 to contest his 3rd full IMSA season after leading more laps and securing more poles than any other team in 2023. Megennis piloted the #39 Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evo in 2022, earning 3 podium, 5 Top 5 finishes, and a fight for the championship until a DNF in the final round put the team out of contention. Megennis first entered the IMSA paddock with the 2021 IMSA Michelin Endurance Cup, which he wrapped up with a third place finish at the season finale Motul Petit Le Mans.


Before making the transition to sports cars, Megennis competed in the Indy Lights Championship with Andretti Autosport in 2019 and 2021. His two-year tenure included a win at the iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway and pole position at the Freedom 100. With the cancellation of the Indy Lights season in 2020 due to the Covid-19 epidemic, Megennis contested two rounds of the European Le Mans Series as well as the Intercontinental GT Challenge Indianapolis 8 Hour with Acura/HPD.

When he’s not on track, Megennis is a part-time consultant with One Degree Partners, working closely with executive teams from some of the best VC funded startups. In 2020/2021, he was an advisor to West Point/Purdue University as they competed to build an autonomous version of his race car. A resident of New York City, Megennis spends his spare time practicing on the simulator, rock climbing, exercising, playing video games, and enjoying the sights of NYC!

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