The previous Lamborghini manufacturing facility driver will be part of an all-Professional lineup because the German-based squad steps up from Worldwide GT Open with two McLaren 720S GT3s.
Lind will be part of staff common Christian Klien and 2015 Blancpain Dash champion Vincent Abril, who took a finest end of fourth within the DTM this 12 months.
Crew proprietor Patryk Krupinski is slated to drive a second automobile within the Professional-Am or new-for-2022 Gold Cup class for Gold-Silver-Bronze driver lineups, alongside fellow Pole Maciej Blazek and Joel Mesch.
Danish 28-year-old Lind was dropped by Lamborghini final season, and thought of retiring from racing earlier than being approached by Barwell Motorsport to associate Leo Machitski.
He was imperious on his approach to the British GT title, claiming six quickest laps in 9 races, his kind leading to chosen European appearances in GTWCE and ADAC GT Masters with Audi groups WRT and Sainteloc Racing. This included an invitational outing within the newest evolution of the Audi R8 LMS GT3 that can make its full bow subsequent 12 months.
Abril introduced his exit from the AMG-Mercedes manufacturing facility roster earlier this week, after three years on the books that included ending third within the Dash Cup in 2019 with AKKA-ASP.
Ex-Purple Bull and HRT Method 1 driver Klien was instrumental in organising the JP Motorsport staff in 2020, after splitting with the Emil Frey Racing squad with which he received the 2018 Paul Ricard 1000km.
Christian Klien, JP Motorsport, McLaren 720S GT3
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After initially operating with a Mercedes in 2020, JP switched to McLaren for this season and have become the primary staff to symbolize the marque within the DTM when Klien joined the championship for the Zolder, Nurburgring and Assen rounds. His finest end result was a fifth place within the first race at Assen.
Writing on social media, Klien lauded his team-mates’ “nice expertise and success in GT3 racing” and stated they might “be an excellent sturdy addition” to the staff.
The five-round GTWCE Endurance Cup season will get underway at Imola on three April, earlier than visits to Paul Ricard for the 1000km, the Spa 24 Hours, then Hockenheim and Barcelona.