Glenn van Berlo
Glenn started karting at the age of 7. From that day on he is working on getting the best out of himself on daily basis. For 7 years Glenn competed in national Rotax classes. After winning multiple championships, Glenn made the step to the international scene in 2017, competing in the highest division of karting.
In 2019 Glenn received a TeamNL status and started racing in the Spanish Formula 4. After achieving a great 3rd position in the drivers' standings with three wins and six other podium finishes, Glenn stepped up to Formula 3-based Euroformula Open in 2020. A conscious choice because of the complexity of the car, therefore 2020 proofed to be a year of learning new skills and adapting to the new dynamics. With experience in both Formula 4 and Formula 3 under his belt, 2021 saw Glenn step up to the Lamborghini Super Trofeo series. Finishing third in the World Finals and showing front-running pace each round. He was added to the Young Driver Program of the Italian supercar brand. Glenn will compete in multiple divisions in 2022: the GT-Open championship with Oregon team, which is supported by the factory Lamborghini team. Additionally, Glenn will compete for Eurointernational in the ELMS championship in the LMP3.
Next to his racing activities, Glenn is studying International Business Management at the Tio University of Applied Sciences in Eindhoven.
Huracán Gt3 EVO
The Huracán GT3 EVO was entirely developed at Sant’Agata Bolognese by Squadra Corse. The design work took more than a year and there was a big focus on the aerodynamics, which were conceived in conjunction with Dallara. Ground-breaking solutions have substantially increased the aerodynamic load, thus further improving stability and reducing pitch sensitivity compared to the first generation.
Ligier JS P320
Unveiled during the 2019 24 Hours of Le Mans, the Ligier JS P320 is one of the four new generation chassis selected by the ACO - the Automobile Club de l'Ouest. Worthy heir to the Ligier JS P3, with its modern hypercar look and its Ligier trademark nose with the hollow, the Ligier JS P320 is instantly recognisable.
The Ligier JS P320 retains all the Ligier JS P3's characteristics that have forged its reputation - its robustness and its easy running characteristics. With its 95% new bodywork, Ohlins dampers, a new more powerful Nissan V8 VK56 engine, an adapted cooling system and aerodynamics optimised for all the circuits, the Ligier JS P320's aim is to surpass its elder sister.
As of 2020, it will replace the Ligier JS P3 in European Le Mans Series, Michelin Le Mans Cup and Ultimate Cup Series. It will join the Asian Le Mans Series in 2020-2021, the IMSA Prototype Challenge in 2021, the Australian LM P3 Cup in 2022 and other diverse national championships.