Texas native Ben Keating has finished on the GTD-class podium in three of the last four runnings of the Rolex 24 At Daytona. Co-driving to the 2015 class win. He followed that victory with third-place finishes in 2016 & 2017 and fourth place last year. Keating has co-driven to at least one GTD race victory a season since 2014 (including a class-leading three wins in 2015, three victories in 2016, two wins in 2014 & 2017, and a 2018 victory. His 11 career IMSA GTD victories rank him first on the all-time class win list. Keating’s team finished no lower than third in the overall GTD championship the last three seasons, and he led back-to-back sweeps of the North American Endurance Cup GTD Driver and Team titles–with Riley Motorsports, co-driver Jeroen Bleekemolen and Mercedes-AMG–in 2017 & 2018. Keating and Bleekemolen are co-driving together for a sixth straight year in 2019 as full-season teammates in the No. 33 Wynn’s Racing Team Riley Motorsports Mercedes-AMG GT3.