CHINA GROVE, N.C. – Precision Performance Motorsport has announced Super Trofeo World champion Milos Pavlovic has joined the team for the Rolex 24 at Daytona Int’l Speedway.
Pavlovic will co-drive the No. 47 Precision Performance Motorsports Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO alongside Steve Dunn, Don Yount, and Sunoco Whelen Challenge winner Linus Lundqvist.
Pavlovic is no stranger to racing Lamborghinis. He claimed the first Pro Super Trofeo Championship in 2014 and has a long racing history that started in karting in 1991.
The Belgrade-born driver has a collection of karting, open wheel and GT car championships which include Italian Formula 3, World Series by Renault and Lamborghini Super Trofeo. Pavlovic is also the youngest winner of the Karting World Cup and recipient of the Ayrton Senna Trophy; having bested drivers such as, then-rising F-1 star Jenson Button.
“I’m really happy to be joining PPM and I really look forward to race in the Rolex 24h of Daytona again,” said Pavlovic. “This is my first race with an American team and something I am truly excited about, as I believe that our combined experience and will to succeed will make a difference.”
The 2019 Rolex 24 effort will be Pavlovic’s second attempt at the twice-around-the-clock classic, both in the Lamborghini Huracan. His maiden entry came in 2017 in the 55th edition of the 24 Hours of Daytona with Grasser Racing Team.
“It’s a great thing when we can add an experienced, championship-winning Lamborghini driver to our line up for our first Daytona 24,” said Team Manager Sunny Voelker. “Milos has gelled really well with the team and has been able to assist with coaching and getting the other drivers up to speed. He’s just been a delight. We’re all looking forward to the end of the month.”