Inter Europol Competition has their three drivers ready for the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2019.
It will be three drivers already within the team, who will guide the team through their first participating in the 24 hours race.
Jakub Smiechowski and Leo Roussel already race the Ligier JS P217 #34 in the European Le Mans Series, while Nigel Moore will be moved over their LMP3 car, to their LMP2 car for the Le Mans race. That leaves Dani Clos without a drive for the classic race this time around.
Moore has already had two Le Mans starts, but the first one is 10 years back, when he was a very young racing driver for Team LNT. He then went on to race with the family team Tockwith Motorsports in 2017.
Leo Roussel will be the most experienced Le Mans driver in the car, with already four starts to his CV, with three of them being with Pegasus Racing in LMP2, and a single for CEFC TRSM Racing in LMP1 last year.
Jakub – or as he is known to most people Kuba Smiechowski will have his debut at the French track, but will soon be up to speed, with two such experienced co-drivers.
The 24 Hours of Le Mans will be run on 15-16 June 2019.