Team Principal Brent O’Neill has chosen to team up with 16-year-old Mateora Lena and Ailtonori with 19-year-old Swede Rasmus Lindh, who won second place in the USF2000 and IndyPro 2000 championships.
Llarena of Guatemala comes from the FIA Formula 4 and Porsche Mobile 1 Super Cup, and Ori has competed in the USF2000 and F4 US Championships.
O’Neill, who has seen his team so successful in LMP2, commented that he was not afraid to run the Ligier JSP 320 on his Rolex 24 debut in the LMP3 class.
“This isn’t the first time that so many new faces and regulations have been born, and it won’t be the last,” he said. “One of the things that really sets my crew apart is their adaptability. I would even say they are good under these conditions.
“I know every driver is a fast and good teammate, so that’s not a problem.
“It’s really important to get to the track and treat each session like a race, so by the time the green flag flies, we’ll be the most prepared guys on the track. It’s an endurance race. It’s a way to win. “
51-year-old Kassel from British Columbia is celebrating his third Rolex 24 start with a three-season LMP3. Lind is back in his second year at PerformanceTech Motorsport, which is his first endurance race and will make his debut at the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
Lindh will also race the Ligier JSP 320 in ROAR Before the 24 of the IMSA Prototype Challenge.
Performance Tech running two 16 year olds on a Rolex 24
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