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Mateo Llarena

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PERFORMANCE TECH MOTORSPORTS TARGETS LOCKED AND LOADED ON WIN WITH NEW WATKINS GLEN TRIO

Performance Tech Motorsports is on the hunt for its second win at the Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen. After demonstrating outright pace at IMSA MICHELIN Endurance Cup Round 2, the 2017 and 2019 IMEC champions aim to dominate this weekend with the No. 38 Ligier JSP320. While the team is primed to win, its arrival at … Continue reading

LLARENA SELECTED AS LAMBORGHINI GT3 JUNIOR FACTORY DRIVER

Mateo Llarena has been named a GT3 Junior factory driver by Lamborghini Squadra Corse for the 2021 season.  The renowned Italian brand, Lamborghini, has unveiled its list of GT3 Junior Factory drivers including the 17-year-old Llarena. An invitation to the program is reserved for the most outstanding drivers competing in a GT3 championship with Lamborghini. The drivers that … Continue reading

PERFORMANCE TECH MOTORSPORTS GEARS UP FOR SECOND IMSA EVENT WEEKEND AT SEBRING INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY

Performance Tech Motorsports continues its Sebring International Raceway expedition by preparing for the Twelve Hours of Sebring. The team is elated to welcome a new trio to the No. 38 Ligier JS P320 at its home track; Dan Goldburg, Rasmus Lindh and Mateo Llarena. While all three competitors have driven with the team before in various driver pairings this will be the … Continue reading

PERFORMANCE TECH MOTORSPORTS TO START FIFTH FOR ROLEX 24 AT DAYTONA

Performance Tech Motorsports opted to retire from the Motul Pole Award 100 after a weekend of success. The No. 38 Ligier JS P320 was put to the test at the ROAR Before the 24 at Daytona International Speedway with three days of practice around the 3.56-mile, 12 turn track, resulting in a fifth place qualifying position for the Rolex 24 … Continue reading

SOMETHING OLD AND SOMETHING NEW FOR PERFORMANCE TECH MOTORSPORTS AT THE ROLEX 24

Performance Tech Motorsports is bringing a power-packed driver lineup for the Rolex 24 At Daytona. Performance Tech Motorsports enters the 2021 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season with its signature red and black, No. 38 entry for the seventh year. However, much of the nostalgia ends there. The team welcomes a brand-new lineup featuring drivers Cameron Cassels, Rasmus Lindh, Mateo Llarena and Ayrton Ori … Continue reading

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