Tony Lentino, New Zealand motorsport team owner, Died at 42

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Tony Lentino died on July 25, 2016.

He was a New Zealand motorsport team owner.

He was a part founder of Super Black Racing.

The news was announced the team had been formed with backing from Tony Lentino and Andrew Hiskens, in June 2014.

His team made their debut at the 2014 Bathurst 1000, with Ant Pedersen and Andre Heimgartner finishing 11th.

The team raced a Ford Falcon FG leased from and prepared by Prodrive Racing Australia.

However, Super Black Racing started the 2015 series with Heimgartner driving a customer Prodrive Racing Australia Falcon FG with a Racing Entitlement Contract (REC) leased from DJR Team Penske.

He died due to cancer.

Tony Lentino passed away at 42 years old.

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