Micha? Broniszewski will start in this year’s Le Mans series. Today a preliminary list of starters for this season has been announced, which contains an impressive number of 29 crews, 10 of which are in the GTE class. The schedule covers 5 three-hour races in the most renowned European tracks.

„This year’s plans were crystallising very long – Micha? Broniszewski said. – After four seasons in the International GT Open series, for a few months our team have deliberated, in what direction we should go. There were so many options. One of them was continuation of starts in the International GT Open. However we decided to take an audacious step, still having the perspective of starting in the 24h Le Mans race. I remain loyal to the Swiss Kessel Racing team, to which I have been related from the beginning of my career. Also the car remain unchanged – It will still be Ferrari 458 Italia GT2. The announced list of submissions is impressive. I am glad that I will race among the so strong starters.

But this is not the end of my plans. The GT races are now in the interesting stage of development, thus I want to start in the beginning of the season in races of a few different series, also driving the Ferrari 458 Italia car, but this time of the GT3 category. Maybe I will appear in the GT Open Series, well known to us, and in Blancpain Endurance Series.

Philipp Peter, whom I do not have to introduce, will remain my partner in the crew in races of the Le Mans series. I have driven with him since the very beginning of my career. In other series I will probably drive with other drivers.”

The announced list is not complete yet, in many positions it lacks names of drivers, but there is no doubt that among the prospective opponents of Micha? Broniszewski will be many known and famous individuals, as Matt Griffin from Ireland, Johnny Mowlem, a British and an American Gunnar Jeanette to name a few. Among the submitted teams there are renowned ones as: AF Corse, Autorlando, IMSA Performance Matmut and JMW Motorsport.

April 12-13 Silverstone (Great Britain)
May 17-18 Imola (Italy)
July 19-20 Red Bull Ring (Austria)
September 13-14 Hungaroring (Hungary)
September 27-28 Paul Ricard (France)