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PS racing is entering the newly established Road to Le Mans as the 84th Le Mans 24 Hours support race with Adess-03 LM P3. PS racing and Adess AG decided to join forces to optimize the best possible outcome from the Road to Le Mans race.

PS_Racing_03 WEB“We are very delighted that we got this entry and are going on together with the Adess factory team,” said team owner Pekka Saarinen. “There is no better way to start our journey. We wouldn’t be able to do this without good support from our drivers, sponsors, Stéphane Chosse CEO of Adess AG and few other great people behind the scenes. We didn’t come just to race here, we are also going to do shakedown our Adess-03 Chassis no: 007 (code name: Moneypenny) a week before the race and to get good amount of mileage before heading to Le Mans.”

After Road to Le Mans race Moneypenny will be heading to Asia to take part in the remaining two Le Mans Sprint Cup races at Sepang International Circuit followed by the 2016/17 Asian Le Mans Series which will take place in Zhuhai (China), Fuji (Japan), Buriram (Thailand) and Sepang (Malaysia).

PS_Racing_02 web[1]PSR will have another entry at Sprint Cup with LMCN car which will compete in the entire Sprint Cup Series and, possibly, will continue into join ALMS.

Pekka Saarinen: “We are very proud of our achievement as a team and I am very proud of my crew, clients, and partners to be able to put this in motion. When I stopped racing and started my own team from scratch my one goal was to go endurance racing since it is so much about how team and drivers come together and just do it! Other great thing about doing both series is that we based in Sepang and Zhuhai which gives us maybe a small advantage over some of the teams.”

Ben Potter

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