This comes as the current generation of Dallara LMP2 cars have been granted access to the Asian Le Mans Series for the 2019/2020 season.
With an interesting schedule, running in several continents, the Asian Le Mans Series is looking very attractive to both drivers and teams. And as an extra motivation, the top prize for the best PRO-team will be an entry to the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2020.
Therefore, we are reaching out to new drivers to take part in some testing during this summer. And right now, we are working on a possibility to participate in selected ELMS races, as a guest driver.
Team manager Peter Utoft expressed his joy of the news:
“We are very happy with the expansion of our activities. In the past 3 seasons we have been successful in building a solid foundation for High Class Racing, and now we are ready to take it a step further.
“The Asian Le Mans Series has proven very popular with both drivers, teams, media and spectators, so in our perspective, it was the right choice. We hope this puts us in a spot, where we will be able to expand to a two-car setup in the ELMS as well – hopefully already in 2020.
“We have two race-ready Dallara P217 Gibsons, waiting for drivers – so here is our proposal for LMP2 drivers, let us join together in some great racing”, Peter Utoft said.
The teams two European drivers Anders Fjordbach and Dennis Andersen are set to pilot the teams new Oreca setup in the ELMS – starting out April 12th-14th on Circuit Paul Richard.
Credits : Photos and content courtesy of Asian Le Mans Endurance Management Ltd