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PR1/Mathiasen Seeking Out Bronze Driver for 2024 Program



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PR1/Mathiasen Motorsports is seeking out a Bronze-rated driver to replace the departing Ben Keating in its Oreca 07 Gibson for the 2024 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season according to team principal Bobby Oergel.

The California-based team, which is currently second in the LMP2 standings with Keating and Paul-Loup Chatin heading into next month’s Motul Petit Le Mans title-decider at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, will no longer have the driving services of Keating next year, who has been confirmed as part of United Autosports’ new WeatherTech Championship LMP2 effort.

“We’re shopping the Bronze seat pretty hard,” Oergel told Sportscar365. “We’re interested in any Bronze that’s capable of running P2 properly. We’re looking hard.”

Despite still working on its driver puzzle, Oergel said they’ve submitted a full season entry request for LMP2, having been ever-present in the class since its move from Prototype Challenge class competition.

When asked if they have a pro driver in place, Oergel said “that part is pretty easy.”

He added: “To be fair, there’s some very nice Silver drivers that are very attractive to use for the endurance races.”

Oergel is hopeful the team’s strong performances, highlighted by a class victory at Road America and additional podiums at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca and Watkins Glen International, could help attract a capable Bronze to the squad.

“I sure hope so,” he said. “I don’t know that I can factually say that’s going to make a big difference to anybody but I hope it helps.

“We’ve had good success. We’ve tried to run a slim program that operates at the top end.”

The LMP2 class in the WeatherTech Championship is poised to feature double-digit numbers next year for the first time, with several LMP3 teams stepping up and European-based teams, such as United, making the switch from the FIA World Endurance Championship.

Oergel said he’s excited at the category’s future prospects.

“It’s everything that we tried to start hoping to build in 2018,” he said. “Personally, that’s a reward to watch it grow, it really is.

“To have been a part of it from the beginning, even back to 2010 with the original program… I think it has as much merit as the series will allow it to have.

“It will be as big as they allow it to be.”


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Title: PR1/Mathiasen Seeking Out Bronze Driver for 2024 Program
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Will Lily Gladstone be the first Native American nominated for an Academy Award? A brief history of Native Americans at the Oscars, explained



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Yesterday, it was announced that actress Lily Gladstone will be submitted in the lead actress category for her performance in the upcoming film Killers of the Flower Moon. As reported by Variety, Gladstone will be submitted in the lead category, rather than the supporting actress category, as previously speculated.

Lily Gladstone (Siksikaitsitapii/Nimíipuu) is a member of the Blackfeet and Nimíipuu Nations, and grew up on the Blackfeet Nation reservation in Montana. If nominated, Gladstone would be the first Native American actress to be nominated for a Best Actress Oscar, and the fourth Native American nominee overall. In the new epic directed by Martin Scorsese, Gladstone portrays Mollie Burkhart, an Indigenous woman at the center of mysterious murders of the Osage Nation in 1920s Oklahoma, based on a true story.

Gladstone would not, however, be the first Indigenous woman overall to be nominated. Previous Indigenous nominees include Yalitza Aparicio for Roma (2018), Keisha Castle-Hughes in Whale Rider (2003) and Merle Oberon for The Dark Angel (1935). These women are Mexican, Kiwi, and British, respectively. Gladstone, however, would be the first citizen of a sovereign Indigenous nation within the United States to receive a Best Actress nomination.

Lily Gladstone and Leonardo DiCaprio in 'Killers of the Flower Moon'
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If Lily Gladstone were to win the Academy Award, she would not be the first Native American to win an Oscar. Buffy Sainte-Marie (Piapot Cree Nation) won the award for Best Original Song in 1982 for “Up Where We Belong”, from An Officer and a Gentleman. The first and only Native American to win an award in the acting category is Wes Studi (Cherokee Nation), who won an Academy Honorary Award in 2019. However, Gladstone would be the first Native American actor to win, and also be nominated, in a competitive acting category.

Stories about Native Americans have been the subject of celebration at the Academy Awards, perhaps most notably the film Dances with Wolves (1990), a film about a Civil War soldier (played by Kevin Costner), who befriends the Lakota Nation. The film was nominated for twelve Academy Awards, winning seven, but none of the Native American actors received a nomination.

Mary McDonnell, the actress who received a Best Supporting Actress nomination for her role as Stands with a Fist (Napépȟeča Nážiŋ Wiŋ), is a white actress of Irish descent. It should be noted, however, that the character is meant to be a character of white heritage raised as Lakota. On the other hand, Graham Greene, who played Kicking Bird (Ziŋtká Nagwáka) and was similarly nominated, is Oneida, part of the First Nations in Canada.

Even without nominations, Native Americans have had a presence at Academy Award ceremonies. Will Rogers, a Cherokee actor, journalist, and humorist, hosted the 6th Academy Awards in 1934. Native Americans and their civil rights movement were also central to perhaps the most controversial Oscars moment in history, when actress and activist Sacheen Littlefeather refused the Best Actor Academy Award on behalf of Marlon Brando in 1973. The refusal was a protest against the treatment of Native Americans in the film industry, as well as an act to raise awareness of the ongoing standoff at Wounded Knee between the Oglala Lakota Nation and its supporters, against the U.S. government, at the time of the ceremony.

Littlefeather was escorted from the stage and was subsequently blacklisted from the industry, as well as being subject to harassment and threats. Nearly fifty years later in June 2022, The Academy officially apologized to Littlefeather, and hosted An Evening with Sacheen Littlefeather in her honor that September. Littlefether died two weeks after the event, and was not included in the In Memoriam segment in the 2023 awards ceremony. her honor. It should be noted that the heritage of Littlefeather, said to be of Apache and Yaqui ancestry, has been contested since her death in late 2022.

The relationship between Native Americans and the film industry is a long and complex one, and is reflected in their representation — or lack thereof — at the Academy Awards each year. If Lily Gladstone is nominated for a competitive award, it would be unprecedented, but also long overdue, given the contributions of Native Americans across the arts. Gladstone’s submission into the Best Actress category perhaps signals a new era of the film industry where Native Americans begin to be centered in their own stories, rather than their white counterparts being the focus — whether it’s through accurately representative casting, or leaving the “white savior” trope behind for good.


By: Bethany Gemmell
Title: Will Lily Gladstone be the first Native American nominated for an Academy Award? A brief history of Native Americans at the Oscars, explained
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Next Generation Indie Film Awards Announces 2023 Nominees




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Next Generation Indie Film Awards Foundation announced today the nominees for its 2023 Awards Gala, taking place on October 29th at Loews Hotel in Los Angeles for its third year. Next Generation Indie Film Awards is a non-profit organization started by award-winning film producers and the founders of Next Generation Indie Book Awards supporting filmmakers […]


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Title: Next Generation Indie Film Awards Announces 2023 Nominees
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