Dane Cameron

No. 60 Acura ARX-05


Date of Birth: October 18
Birthplace: Glen Ellen, CA
Resides: Charlotte, NC

Starting out in karts and moving to USF200 and Star Mazda, Cameron joined the sports car ranks in 2007 racing in the Rolex Sports Car Series. His first prototype start was in 2010, racing in the 24 Hours of Daytona, at New Jersey Motorsports Park and the 12 Hours of Sebring.

In 2014, Cameron contested in the IMSA GTD class claiming three victories and two podium finishes which earned him a championship victory at the end of the IMSA Championship (then Tudor SportsCar Championship). Cameron went on to claim a second championship victory in 2016 in the DPi category - with two wins at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park and Road America along with four podiums. prototype start was in 2010, racing in the 24 Hours of Daytona, at New Jersey Motorsports Park and the 12 Hours of Sebring.

A part of the development of the all-new Acura ARX-05 Prototype in 2017, Cameron debuted the car in 2018. Finishing third in the IMSA championship, Cameron returned to the 2019 IMSA season with Acura and gave the manufacturer its first-ever IMSA Prototype championship title. Cameron and teammate Juan Pablo Montoya claimed victories at Mid-Ohio, Belle Isle and Laguna Seca. The 2021 season will see Cameron begin his third year with the Acura Prototype.

Olivier Pla

No. 60 Acura ARX-05


Date of Birth: October 22
Birthplace: Toulouse, France
Resides: Toulouse, France

Pla began his racing career competing in his home country of France, contesting in various open wheel series including Formula Renault, French Formula Three and GP2. Pla made his sports car debut in 2007 racing in the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany before entering his the Prototype ranks in 2008.

Pla has made 13 consecutive starts in the iconic 24 Hours of Le Mans with his debut race in 2008. The Frenchman finished fourth in the LMP2 class in his first 24 hour classic. Competing onboard both GT and Prototype machinery, Pla’s best finish in the 24 Hours of Le Mans came in 2013, finishing 2nd in LMP2.

First joining the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship in 2014, Pla captured two victories at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (2014) and Watkins Glen (2019). Pla raced with Meyer Shank Racing in the 2016 season during the four endurance rounds. Along with teammates Ozz Negri and John Pew, Pla scored a third place finish at Watkins Glen and a big victory during Petit Le Mans - which also marked MSR’s 150th Prototype start.

Juan Pablo Montoya

No. 60 Acura ARX-05


Date of Birth: September 20
Birthplace: Bogota, Colombia
Resides: Miami, FL

The Colombian-born racer will make his debut at Meyer Shank Racing serving as endurance driver in 2021. Racing everything from IndyCars, Formula One cars, NASCAR and IMSA Prototypes, Montoya brings nearly two decades worth of racing experience to MSR.

Montoya ran in the GRAND-AM series from 2007 to 2013 competing in the Rolex 24 Hours At Daytona. Montoya returned to IMSA competition in 2017 racing in the Motul Petit Le Mans where he scored a third place finish. The 2018 season was Montoya’s debut onboard the Acura ARX-05 pairing with Dane Cameron. The pair finished third in the IMSA championship in 2018 and went on to win the Prototype Championship in 2019.

AJ Allmendinger

No. 60 Acura ARX-05


Date of Birth: December 16
Birthplace: Los Gatos, CA
Resides: Charlotte, NC

A staple at Meyer Shank Racing, Allmendinger will be returning to the team for his 15th Rolex 24 At Daytona. Allmendinger made his first start with the team in 2006 which saw him finish second alongside Ozz Negri, Mark Patterson and the late Justin Wilson. Allmendinger ran the following 10 consecutive 24s with the team, which included a big 2012 overall victory at the Rolex 24 At Daytona.

Taking a one year hiatus in 2017, Allmendinger retuned in 2018, but this time making his debut onboard a GTD machine - the Acura NSX GT3. Combining with Katherine Legge, Alvaro Parente and Trent Hindman, Allmendinger nearly claimed victory but took home a second place finish with the Acura NSX GT3. The 2021 season will be the first time in four years that Allmendinger returns back onboard a Prototype at the Rolex 24.

Jack Harvey

No. 60 AutoNation / SiriusXM Honda IndyCar


Date of Birth: April 15
Birthplace: Bassingham Lincolnshire, England
Resides: Indianapolis, IN

The 2021 NTT INDYCAR Series season will be Harvey’s fourth year competing with Meyer Shank Racing. Harvey began his IndyCar journey in 2017 with MSR at the Indianapolis 500. The relationship grew into a partial six race season in 2018 which saw Harvey’s best finish of 12th on the streets of Long Beach. In 2019, MSR expanded its IndyCar program to 10 races with Harvey. Harvey got off to a fast start, making his first top ten finish at the season opener in St. Petersburg. The Brit’s success didn’t end there as he went on to score his first ever IndyCar podium finish during the INDYCAR Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course.

2020 was set to be Harvey’s first full-season IndyCar campaign but he and the team faced the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Still managing success Harvey made two back-to-back front row start at the INDYCAR Grand Prix and Road America. Despite several instances of bad racing luck Harvey closed out the season with six top ten finishes.

Helio Castroneves

No. 06 MSR Honda IndyCar


Date of Birth: May 10
Birthplace: Sao Paulo, Brazil
Resides: Tampa, FL

As a part of MSR growth in the INDYCAR series, the team had added a second car for six races which will be piloted by three-time Indianapolis 500 winner, Helio Castroneves. The 2021 season will be Castroneves’ 20th year competing in IndyCar as he looks to claim his fourth Indianapolis 500 win.

Castroneves is set to contest the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park, Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, the 105th Running of the Indianapolis 500, Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course (August 14), The Grand Prix of Portland and the season-ending race at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca.

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