After so many years focusing its racing activities in the United States, with some international outings, Krohn Racing will change its main focus to Europe next year.
After two sessions of testes done with their new car, the Judd-powered Ligier JS P2, at Estoril and Austin, it was just a question of time to Tracy Krohn and company to announce their 2015 plans, switching their main focus to a full time campaign in the European Le Mans Series, as well plans to field the Onroak-built prototype in the 2015 24 Hours of Le Mans.
While Krohn and his team mate Nic Jönsson were testing their new car, the team confirmed that the competition standpoint was a good reason to change for a ride in Europe, given that Krohn is a bronze-rated driver, and as the LMP2 category is Pro-Am categorized in the ELMS and in Le Mans, it will be a more leveled field to Krohn Racing, instead of facing the full-Pro lineups in TUDOR United Sportscar Championship Prototype class.
But Krohn didn’t discarded some races in America, as the team will take part in the ROLEX 24 at Daytona and the 12 Hours of Sebring, which would be a good competitive warm-up for the rest of the season.
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