Crosslink Kiwi Motorsport Brings Fifteen Drivers to Road America

Crosslink Kiwi Motorsport will bring an astounding fifteen drivers to Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, this weekend to battle on the famed four-mile-long Road America. Competing in three series, including FR Americas, F4 U.S. Championship, and the Ligier JSF4 Championship, the Texas-based squad will have their work cut out for them in a jam-packed weekend.

Eight drivers will come from the Crosslink Kiwi FR Americas program, where Patrick Woods-Toth leads the point standings after three wheel-to-wheel races. Earning a triple podium at the opening round at NOLA Motorsports Park, the reigning F4 U.S. champion is atop the charts with 61 points. Last-year Vice-Champion Ryan Shehan sits third in the championship standings with one victory to his credit so far in 2024, just ahead of Titus Sherlock in fourth, who earned two top-five finishes at NOLA. Jett Bowling comes to Road America on the strength of two fifth-place finishes in the opening three rounds as he is joined by Nicole Havrda, who sits ninth in the championship, Kevin Janzen, Landan Matriano Lim, and Ricco Shlaimoun.

In the Ligier JSF4 Series, Crosslink Kiwi Motorsport will enter four drivers, including Bacon Zelenka, who has earned two podium results in three races this season and enters the weekend second in the championship points chase. Kekai Hauanio scored the win in round two to jump to fourth in the championship standings. Brad Majman earned a pair of top-five results and was in the points in all three races to slot into the seventh position in the standings after three races as the trio will be joined by Demitri Nolan as they look to fight for race wins and podium results in Wisconsin.

With the first race of the F4 U.S. Championship delayed, drivers will hit the track this weekend to kick off their 2024 campaigns. Entering three drivers in the series that will feature a new Ligier racecar, Crosslink Kiwi Motorsport will have New Zealander Alex Crosbie, Australian Nicolas Stati, and American Barrett Wolfe join the already potent program and bring experience from around the world.

“It will be busy, but we are ready,” explained Teena Larsen from Crosslink Kiwi Motorsport. “Fifteen drivers give us fifteen opportunities to win and podium as we aim to carry the success and momentum from our championship performances in 2022 and 2023.”

Stay tuned to the Crosslink Kiwi Motorsport social media channels for an event schedule, where to watch and results for Road America and throughout the 2024 race season.

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