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Sentences forTomy Drissi
- Since the demise of Champ Car, Rocketsports has competed in the revived Trans-Am Series with driver Tomy Drissi, winning the 2009 championship.
- American Le Mans Series driver Tomy Drissi qualified for the Infineon Cup race, but NASCAR would not approve him for competition; Chris Cook drove the 37 to a 27th-place finish.
- Tomy Drissi withdrew from the race due to business commitments, leaving the No. 20 BAR1 Riley Mk.
- They won two of the nine rounds during the season, the first being at Mid-Ohio where Kyle Marcelli and Tomy Drissi drove the #37 car across the chequered flag.
- At the Sonoma road course, Tomy Drissi ran the car as a road course ringer.
- Road course racer and movie promoter Tomy Drissi drove the No. 93 car to a 20th-place finish at Watkins Glen with sponsorship from the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film in 3D.
- Road course ringer Tomy Drissi was hired to drive the #00 at Sonoma.
- Tomy Drissi returned to the team at Watkins Glen and Mid-Ohio, promoting the Straight Outta Compton film.
- He failed to qualify for several other races in 2005, 2006 and 2011 before qualifying for the 2011 Sprint Cup Series race at Infineon, substituting for Tomy Drissi in the Max Q Motorsports #37, and finishing 27th.
- Driving a Jaguar, Tomy Drissi was the first Champion upon the series' return.
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