A new "ROR" is soon to be heard in the Silverstone pits. Romeo One Racing, recently homologated by FSR executives, is proud to announce its grand premiere in the World Series and World Trophy competitions. Team Manager and eccentric industry tycoon Eric Kaczmarek whose 20-months old son is the inspiration for the team's name, is "excited and thrilled for yet another challenge" after his last attempt to cross the Pacific ocean in a giant martini shaker which was foiled by extreme weather conditions. His creativity and determination will be key to insufflate winning energy to his crew and drivers who are about to discover rFactor after several successful seasons in RACE ON open-wheelers leagues. For its first race at Silverstone, Romeo One Racing will line up in the World Series Latvian driver Ventis Didrihsons, 2-time Formula Pro World Series and PrestoGP champion, leading the charge side-by-side with Peter Duivelaar, the Dutchman, 2-time Formula Pro World Series runner-up. In the World Trophy category, US driver Will Marquez and Josh Wilson from down under, will be on the grid. The driver's list for Romeo One Racing is completed by Chris Hendrich, Formula Pro Pacific Champion, Jamie Blewitt and British driver Chris Jacque, Formula Pro European Series champion. Well aware of the level of competition that would await his newborn team, Eric Kaczmarek knew he needed to work with the best but it was only by sheer luck that he met Chief Engineer Ross Grown during a fishing trip last year in Oregon, somewhere near the ROR headquarters. Famous for his uncanny ability to make anything go fast, Ross Grown would certainly be able to make a French soccer player run. Needless to say, Eric has found with Ross a very valuable asset.