Lotus Alex Job Racing took delivery of the team's Lotus Evora GT over the weekend. The newest American Le Mans Series GT class competitor was delivered to the team's shop in Tavares, Fla. The team has now begun preparation for the Lotus Evora's debut at the Tequila Patrón American Le Mans Series at Long Beach on April 14.
"The crew at Lotus Motorsport in Hethel has done a lot of the preparation already," team principal Job said. "We have a lot of work to do on the car to get it ready for Long Beach and its first trip through the ALMS technical inspection tent. Although the list is long, it is a new challenge and one the team is fully embracing."
The No. 23 Lotus Alex Job Racing Evora GT with support from Battery Tender, William Rast and Yokohama will be driven by Bill Sweedler and Townsend Bell.