TRSM Racing has left nearly outlined its lineup of pilots face at his debut in the class LMP1 in the World Endurance. On the day prior to the start of the Prologue of the WEC, the team has confirmed the signing of Dean Stoneman and Leo Roussel. Both pilots will be at the official test event at the wheel of the Ginetta G60-LT-P1 #5, that prototype will share Charlie Robertson. According to various sources, the contract of two pilots for the time being is limited to the first two tests of the season and will not be until the 24 Hours of Le Mans, when a decision is taken about its continuity.
Dean Stoneman will make his debut in the category LMP1, in what will also be his first major project in the racing sport prototypes. However, his experience in resistance is almost exclusively limited to your program in part in the Endurance Cup of the Blancpain GT Series for 2017 together with the team Strakka Racing. The results obtained by the british pilot at the controls of the McLaren 650S GT3 he shared with Jazeman Jaafar and Andrew Watson were not at all positive, which left the pilot in Croydon stopped during the second half of the year.
Leo Roussel comes to be champion in the European Le Mans Series (ELMS) next to Memo Rojas in the joint project between DragonSpeed and G-Drive Racing. Despite having an interesting background in the event continental and in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Rousell also will make his debut in the category LMP1, in what it sees as a logical step after achieving the title of the ELMS. For his part and during the test in Paul Ricard, Oliver Rowland and Alex Brundle will drive the Ginetta #6 in the absence of confirmation of the third pilot, which will be announced in the next two weeks.