Nottinghamshire-based Tom Gamble, winner of the 2020 European Le Mans Series LMP3 title alongside teammates Robert Wheldon and Wayne Boyd, has announced that he will be stepping up to the LMP2 category for the 2021 season.
Gamble began his racing career in karts in 2011, first moving into cars with the 2016 Simpson Race Products Ginetta Junior Winter Series. The 19 year-old first competed in GT3 machinery in 2019 when he drive for TF Sport in the Michelin Le Mans Cup and WPI Motorsport in the British GT Championship.
The move into prototypes happened in 2020 when he contested the European Le Mans Series LMP3 category with United Autosports, picking up four podium finishes including three wins on his way to the class title.
Tom Gamble made the announcement on social where he commented:
“I’m delighted to announce that I’ll be stepping up to LMP2 for the 2021 European Le Mans Series season and will also be staying with United Autosports who I had an amazing 2020 season with.
“I can’t express how incredibly grateful I am to the team and my sponsors, R & D Advisors for the opportunity that they have given me and also a big thanks to EDGE Sporting Management for all their help.
“We have all the tools to do the job this season so I can’t wait to get started and begin this new, exciting challenge!”
The 2021 European Le Mans Series gets underway at Barcelona on April 18.