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Lind Joins Altoe in TR3 Pro Class Lamborghini for Sebring – Sportscar365

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TR3 Racing will move up to the Professional class of Fanatec GT Planet Problem America driven by AWS for this weekend’s spherical at Sebring Global Raceway with the addition of Dennis Lind to the driving lineup.

The ex-Lamborghini manufacturing unit driver and Globe Closing champion will sign up for Giacomo Altoe in the No. 9 Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo, changing the past Professional-Am lineup of Altoe and Martin Fuentes.

“We’re content to be back in the professional class for the 1st time given that 2018 with Ferrari,” said group supervisor Gregory Romanelli.

“We experienced a quite productive operate and the two 2017 and 2018 getting the 1st time managing in the professional class. We are here this weekend at our residence keep track of, prepared to confirm what we are capable of with a Lamborghini.”

Lind, who experienced served as a Lamborghini manufacturing facility driver from 2018-2020, is set for his sequence debut. The 28-yr-outdated Dane is the nephew and cousin of Jan and Kevin Magnussen.

“I’ve just arrived in The united states, and it is likely to be neat driving for TR3 Racing,” explained Lind.

“It’s going to be a very first, racing GT3s stateside, but I’m incredibly assured immediately after assembly the group and also knowing my teammate for the weekend that it will be a success.

“I’m super thrilled for it hopefully, we can carry back some big medals.”

Altoe currently sits seventh in the Professional-Am standings, which he will not score factors to this weekend.

“I’m really fired up to be racing in Sebring,” claimed Altoe. “It will be my 1st time at that monitor, and initially time this period with TR3 in a Pro car or truck with Dennis Lind.

“I know him quite nicely due to the fact 2018. He’s a true experienced and rapid driver, so I’m truly wanting ahead to this weekend.

“We will test to just take the highest out of it, and to do a excellent race in the home of TR3 Racing.”

The moving of TR3’s No. 9 entry suggests there will now be five Professional course entries for this weekend’s pair of 90-minute races.

John Dagys

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