Flying Lizard Unveils Liveries for GT4 Racing Efforts in SRO America

Flying Lizard Unveils Liveries for GT4 Racing Efforts in SRO America

February 9, 2023 0

SONOMA, Calif. (February 9, 2023) – In anticipation of the rapidly-approaching start of the 2023 SRO America race season, Flying Lizard Motorsports has revealed the liveries for the team’s three full-season Aston Martin Vantage GT4 entries.

As previously announced, 2021 GT America Powered by AWS champion Jason Bell joins the team, racing the No. 2 Aston Martin Vantage GT4. Bell recently finished second in the 2022 championship and is ready to begin another quest for the title at his home race of St. Petersburg March 3-5. The livery for Bell’s No. 2 Aston Martin Vantage GT will sport a black base with the iconic Lizard head on the hood and sides of the car, with yellow and white slanted lines accenting the look. The car will be sponsored by Fidelis Capital, providers of a private banking experience from an advisor-owned wealth management firm, providing comprehensive financial advisory services.

Elias Sabo’s pair of Aston Martin Vantage GT4 cars will trade in the neutral-colored livery for a bold orange and black look, representing the colors of primary sponsor 5.11 Tactical. The American apparel brand has been a strong supporter of SRO America, Sabo, and more recently, the Flying Lizard team, who proudly wear the brand’s apparel at every race event. The orange and black car will have the Lizard logo on the hood, and again sport the American flag on the roof, also representing Elias Sabo and Andy Lee, the two Americans who will pilot the car throughout the 2023 race season.

Bell will start the 2023 GT America Powered by AWS March 3-5 on the downtown streets of St. Petersburg, Florida. The series will race in support of IndyCar’s Grand Prix of St. Petersburg and feature a pair of 40-minute, single-driver races. The GT America championship will continue to Sonoma Raceway at the end of the month, where the Pirelli GT4 America series will kick off it’s 2023 season. Both Bell and Sabo will compete separately in the GT America series, and Sabo will be joined by co-driver Andy Lee in GT4 America for the 60-minute pair of races. For more information, visit