There will be a third Audi R8 in Grand-Am's Rolex Series to debut later in 2012. Limitless Racing, founded by New Jersey Dr. Jason Lee and driven by Lee and 2011 SCCA Spec Miata champion Elivan Goulart, will race in four Rolex races later in the year.
Goulart, who was one of three finalists for a factory-backed seat in the Playboy Mazda MX-5 Cup after competing in Mazda's shootout in November, has also achieved a win at the NASA 25 Hours of Thunderhill, the 2011 SCCA President's Cup award and garnered North East Division Driver of the Year honors.
“It's an amazing opportunity to be a part of a new team and start on the ground floor of building something that is literally limitless. I look forward to the challenge of building a new team from the ground floor to eventually top of the podium,” Goulart said.
Goulart's father, Ademir Fedumenti, will handle technical and engineering duties for the team. Fedumenti has been around racing as driver and engineer for over 40 years. He brings a wealth of knowledge with results to back up his credentials.
“My father and engineer has been by my side throughout my entire racing career, and to have him here brings me great confidence in the success of the team,” Goulart added.
The team plans to compete in at least four Grand-Am Rolex GT races, including New Jersey Motorsports Park, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Watkins Glen International, and Lime Rock Park.