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Era Motorsport’s LMP2 Program Available for IMSA, ELMS, ALMS in 2025

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (July 1, 2024) — The highly successful Era Motorsport LMP2 program is excited to move into a new era entering the 2025 season.

The two-time Rolex 24-winning LMP2 team has an open seat for a new bronze driver looking to succeed in the highly competitive world of LMP2 racing.

With a fleet of state-of-the-art Oreca 07 machines ready to race worldwide, the team is ready and capable of continuing their success in IMSA or re-entering the world of the Asian Le Mans Series and European Le Mans Series. 

“We’re super excited to be opening up the team to more drivers and more opportunities,” said team owner Kyle Tilley.  

“Our current bronze, Dwight Merriman, is looking to expand his racing portfolio into a new project which we will be announcing later this year, so that opens up the incredible team we’ve developed over the past five years to new drivers who might be interested in stepping into the world of professional racing, or moving into a new class.”

“Ever since the start of Era’s foray into the world of sports car racing we’ve focused on excellence in every asset of the team, and it shows with our recent successes and consistently quick pace on track.”

“We’re thrilled to have an opportunity to forge a new path for our team and prospective drivers in the 2025 season.”

Era Motorsport entered the world of LMP2 racing in 2020 with a part-time season in IMSA, which included a debut podium at their first race, the Rolex 24 at Daytona. The team followed up this success with a podium finish at Sebring, Road America, and Road Atlanta that same year. 

As a cherry on top of their first year in professional racing, Era Motorsport competed in the 2020 24 hours of Le Mans, finishing 11th despite starting an entire lap down after an incident in practice.

In 2021 the team expanded to the Asian Le Mans Series LMP2 Am Class where they won the championship in partnership with JOTA Sport. 2021 also brought the team to four European Le Mans Series races in the LMP2 Pro-Am class in partnership with IDEC Sport.

In the years since, Era Motorsport has been refining its craft and perfecting its team while competing full-time in the IMSA Weathertech Sportscar Championship’s LMP2 Class which continues to see growth year after year.

Most recently they won their second Rolex 24 at Daytona at the beginning of the 2024 season, followed by another victory at the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring.

Interested parties can contact team owner Kyle Tilley via email at 

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