Patriotism in Motion: The Inspiring Tale of Sean Creech Motorsport’s Canadian Flag Livery

Patriotism in Motion: The Inspiring Tale of Sean Creech Motorsport's Canadian Flag Livery

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Seeing patriotic liveries near U.S. Independence Day, such as those in the Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen a few weeks ago, is nothing unusual. Likewise, Canadian teams and drivers like to sho…

Near U.S. Independence Day, it is common to see patriotic liveries in events like the Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen. Similarly, during the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, Canadian teams showcase their national pride especially around Canada Day. Despite Lance Willsey being from Davis, Calif., his No. 33 Sean Creech Motorsports Ligier JS P217, driven by João Barbosa, will display the Canadian flag. This unique livery honors Willsey’s mother’s family’s escape from pre-World War II Czechoslovakia to Canada, showcasing gratitude for the country’s welcome. The challenging times faced by his family during the late ’30s and ’40s in Czechoslovakia led to a story of survival and resilience, highlighted through the Maple Leaf livery on their race car. Willsey’s family history includes a gripping tale of escape, sacrifice, and reunion, symbolized through the powerful representation of the Canadian flag on the racing car.

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