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Kubica Joins TF Sport for 2024 ELMS LMP2 Campaign with Berry and Hanafin in GT3 entry

With the announcement of record grids for the 2024 European Le Mans Series, West-Sussex based TF Sport will be entering the new season with a two-car entry into the championship, split across two different classes; LMP2 and LMGT3

Robert Kubica will be joining Tom Ferrier’s squad to pilot the team’s #14 AO by TF ORECA 07 with his driving partners still to be announced.

The 38-year-old Polish driver will have a busy year in 2024 as he will be combining his ELMS duties with a full-season in the FIA World Endurance Championship, driving the #83 AF Corse Ferrari 499P. Along side teammates Rui Andrade and Louis Delétraz, Kubica took the 2023 LMP2 title in the #Team WRT entry.

“I am happy to announce that I will be joining TF Sport,” said Kubica. “I am looking forward to race with the team during the 2024 season of the European Le Mans Series, which will certainly not be easy with many cars and extremely competitive driver line-ups.

“However, coming back to an already known championship gives us confidence but it will be a tough competition with a new group of people and a new team. I am happy to be part of this new project.”

TF Sport’s second entry into the 2024 ELMS will be its #97 Grid Motorsport by TF Aston Martin Vantage AMR LMGT3. Martin Berry and Lorcan Hanafin have been announced as the first of the team’s drivers. Berry and Hanafin drove together in the 2023 ELMS alongside Jon Lancaster in the #66 JMW Motorsport Ferrari 488 GTE and finished 6th in the drivers standings over a season which included a class podium finish in the opening round at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.

“I am excited to race in the European Le Mans Series again in 2024 and to do so in partnership with a strong and experienced team like TF Sport,” said Martin Berry. “The team’s track record and professionalism are second to none and, together with the new Aston Martin GT3 EVO, I am confident that Grid Motorsport will have a very competitive.”

TF Sport Director Tom Ferrier will have a busy season in 2024 with a two-car entry into the FIA World Endurance Championship with the new Corvette as well as entries across two classes in the ELMS.

“The entry of a driver as experienced and skilled as Robert into our team has created a real buzz,” he said. “He will bring a lot of knowledge and experience to the program and we look forward to start with him in 2024.

“I am really excited to welcome Martin and Lorcan to the team,” Ferrier continued. “They both have enormous potential to have a very strong campaign. The new Aston Martin Vantage GT3 EVO looks to be very good. I am sure as a package of team, car and drivers, we can be very strong.”

The 2024 European Le Mans Series gets underway in Barcelona on April 14.