Flying Lizard Motorsports has pulled out all of the stops in search of securing the GTC teams’ championship, with the California-based squad announcing Monday the addition of rising star Madison Snow to its No. 45 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car with Spencer Pumpelly and Nelson Canache Jr.
Snow, a two-time IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge champion, will be making his debut with Flying Lizard. The No. 44 entry will be shared by season-long pilots Seth Neiman, Dion von Moltke and Brett Sandburg, another promising up-and-coming driver, who drove for the team at Sebring.
“I’m very excited to run at Petit, as I have always loved endurance races and have just been able to start competing in them for the first time this season,” Snow said. “I’m also really excited to be competing in this race with such an amazing team as Flying Lizard is.
“Their history speaks for itself and I know that with this driver lineup we have a great chance of doing well. With the championship points the way they are we have one goal – a win – and I can’t wait to get on track.”
The Lizards currently lead the GTC team championship by two points entering the American Le Mans Series finale, with Pumpelly and Canache still mathematically in the drivers’ title fight, 16 points back from Alex Job Racing’s Jeroen Bleekemolen and Cooper MacNeil.