Jordon Lennox-Lamb is ready to hit the track with his new squad - Lennox
Racing Team. Founded at the end of last season, the English driver’s new team is busy with multiple test sessions and will make its official track debut at the Adria tests, scheduled for January 20-21.
It will be an intense season for the Desenzano del Garda-based team: the official race weekend debut will be at the WSK Champions Cup, in Adria once more at the end of the month, and then the WSK Super Master, the European Championship and the CIK-FIA Championship. The team will also participate in other international competitions like the DKM, the Margutti Trophy and the Industry Trophy.
"It will be our first season, but I already gained a lot of experience with Fusion Motorsport in 2017 and had an "apprenticeship" period as Team Manager," said Jordon Lennox-Lamb. "For 2018 we have different goals: our ambition is to boost our level of work, service and competitiveness."
The first year was competitive nonetheless: "In 2017 we achieved some substantial results: Rasmus Lindh, in his second race with us, finished in the top five at the World Championships. With Lorenzo Ferrari we made some really important progress: in the first races it was a struggle even to get to the finals, but by the end of the season he was one of the absolute protagonists – even earning a spot on the podium in both DKM and the Industry Trophy."
The goal, therefore, is to raise the so-called "bar," with a different and more developed structure: "The basic idea is not to have a large number of drivers, in order to be able to concentrate more on each of them – for example, they’ll each be able to count on two mechanics and my experience."
The drivers for Lennox Racing Team, to be announced shortly, will compete in OK and Junior and will thus be able to count on Jordan's experience - as both team manager and coach driver: "I won’t only take care of the technical side and team organization, but I’ll offer my experience to help them grow,
especially during the test days already scheduled on several circuits and with a detailed work plan."