Cosmo-Sport, Inc. has confirmed that Guy Cosmo, Patrick Byrne and Salih Yoluc will move up to the LMP2 class for United Autosports’ debut in the Asian Le Mans Series.
Guy, Patrick and Salih were the first Asian Le Mans Series announcement for United Autosports, originally entering the LMP3 class, but the trio have now made plans along with the team, to step up to the LMP2 class.
Cosmo-Sport announce today that Guy Cosmo, Patrick Byrne and Salih Yoluc will be joining United Autosports’ Asian Le Mans Series LMP3 team for the 2018/2019 season.
Guy Cosmo and Patrick Byrne are reigning Asian Le Mans Series LMP3 Champions, having clinched the title last season with Jackie Chan DC Racing. The pair have also raced for United Autosports in the LMP3 Cup in 2016 and the Gulf 12 Hours in 2017. Guy also drove for the team in the inaugural Road to Le Mans event in 2016, finishing fifth.
Cosmo-Sport is happy to announce it’s latest program this week at Le Mans. Asian Le Mans Series LMP3 Champion Patrick Byrne will compete in the highly competitive Michelin Le Mans Cup “Road To Le Mans” support race during the famous 24 Hours of Le Mans event.
Win season finale at Sepang and earn invitation to the 2018 24 Hours of Le Mans
Sepang, Malaysia (5 February 2018) – Scorching temperatures and notoriously fickle weather conditions were no match for the No. 6 Jackie Chan DC Racing x Jota Sport machine as Guy Cosmo, Patrick Byrne and Gabriel Aubry win the Asian Le Mans season finale at the Sepang International Circuit and earn the title of LMP3 champions.
Cosmo-Sport is proud to announce the signing of drivers Patrick Byrne and Guy Cosmo to Jackie Chan DC Racing x Jota Sport for competition in the 2017-2018 Asian Le Mans Series. The American duo will contest the LMP3 category in an Onroak Automotive Ligier JS P3 with support from Jota Sport.