Randy Lanier Racecar driver

Randy Thomas Lanier (born 22 September 1954, Lynchburg, Virginia) is a former race car driver and convicted drug trafficker from the United States of America. Lanier was born in Virginia. At age 14, he moved to South Florida. In 1976 he married his childhood sweetheart. They welcomed a daughter, Brandie in 1980 and a son Glen in 1987, who was named after Lanier's younger brother who was killed in a motorcycle accident at the age of 16. He has other siblings as well. In 1986, Lanier became romantically involved with Maria De La Luz Maggi,. Prior to his career in IMSA Camel GT series, Lanier was a SCCA Southeast Regional Championship in E Production driving a Porsche 356 Speedster, he made his debut at the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1982 driving for Preston Henn, the owner of Swap Shop, then at Lanier's fifth race at the 6 hours of Mosport, he would enter his own team, racing a March Engineering 82G Chevrolet and score his first podium finish with a third. Lanier was joined by brothers Don and Bill Whittington driving. The Whittingtons raced aircraft prior to cars, had also won the 1979 24 hours of Le Mans in a Porsche 935, and were the owners of the Road Atlanta circuit.

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Date of birth
September 22nd, 1954
United States of America


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