Prema and Iron Lynx have announced that they will be fielding a joint entry into the 2022 FIA World Endurance Championship.
The two Italian outfits will be campaigning in the LMP2 category, with Prema set to receive new ORECA 07 machinery soon.
It’s currently not known if the team will field a single car, or if it will be a multi-car operation.
The two entities announced earlier in the year that they had established a partnership, combining Prema’s strong single seater track record with Iron Lynx’s experience in endurance racing.
Iron Lynx recently claimed overall honours in the Spa 24 Hours and scored a GTE Am podium at Le Mans, while Prema has long been one of the front running operations in the junior Formula categories.
Iron Lynx Team Principal, Andrea Piccini, commented: “Iron Lynx has achieved important results this season in GT endurance racing and PREMA is widely recognised as one of the best teams in single-seater racing. The expertise from both teams will create the perfect blend to compete at the highest level.”
PREMA Team Principal Rene Rosin added: “This is an incredibly exciting development for our team and will lead us into a highly motivating new dimension.
“We are looking forward to collaborating with the Iron Lynx team to share best practice and knowledge, which we hope will be only the start of a successful future in endurance racing.”