The teams entered for the 2013 Le Mans 24 hours have announced the names of the three drivers who will relay one another in their cars. The list in question is a particularly high-quality one for the 90th anniversary of the Le Mans 24 Hours.
The six-hour race at Silverstone Circuit is the inaugural World Endurance Championship round of 2013.
Krohn intends to compete in the Ferrari F458 in which he has been racing in the FIA World Endurance Championship GTE-Am class for the past two seasons.
Although the No. 57 Krohn Racing Ferrari F458 only qualified seventh in class, team are pleased with the set-up going into Saturday’s WEC endurance finale.
Tracy Krohn: “It was very slippery today and the track was quite green but we’re making good progress actually."
Nic Jönsson and Maurizio Mediani were the two drivers who traded off qualifying the team's No. 57 Ferrari F438
"We have definitely improved our car throughout the weekend"
Maurizio Mediani: “Compared to past race weekends it was a long day with practice and qualifying in one day."
Tracy W. Krohn: "There were odd things on the track today with the full course yellows and no safety cars."
The next event for the Krohn Racing team will be Round Five of the 2013World Endurance Championship (WEC) at the 6 Hours of Austin
Tracy W. Krohn and co-drivers Nic Jönsson and Maurizio Mediani struggled with puzzling tire problems all weekend.
Tracy Krohn started the qualifying session and Maurizio Mediani ended it, securing the seventh grid position in the GTE-Am class.