United Autosports has made its strategic move for their 2024 IMSA LMP2 effort, securing celebrated drivers Ben Keating and Alex Quinn on their grid. This transition signals the team’s ambition as they move from the FIA World Endurance Championship to the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
Signing of Seasoned Champions:
“The signing of Ben and Alex signifies our determined intent”, proclaimed Richard Dean, the CEO of United Autosports. Both, seasoned winners with notable triumphs to their credit, promise a competitive edge to the team. United Autosports, reposing faith in these star drivers, sets its gaze on the podium, aiming squarely at victory.
Keating – A Name Synonymous with Winning:
Ben Keating, the Texan pride, has an illustrious track record featuring numerous championship wins, making him a force to reckon with on any racing circuit. “The 2024 IMSA season augurs a phase of change and excitement for me,” shared Keating, “I am really excited for the future”. His victories, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Rolex 24 at Daytona, establish his prowess, making this strategic association noteworthy.
Quinn – A rising Star in Motorsport:
Joining alongside Keating is the young prodigy, Alex Quinn. Despite being new to the endurance races, the 22-year-old Brit has already made his presence felt and enjoys backing from Keating. Quinn’s career spans F4, F3, F2000, and British GT, making his addition to the United Autosports a high-value asset.
Read more about this development on the original blog post here.