The Inside Line: Alex Job and Rod Emory
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ADAM SAAL: Welcome, everyone. Thank for taking a couple minutes out of your busy holiday schedules to join us for what we believe is an exciting announcement for the Rolex Sports Car Series in the Daytona Prototype division coming up next year. We're actually doing this from the infield at Daytona International Speedway where a group of teams are testing, and among them on the track today is the new Porsche Crawford from Alex Job Racing/Emory Motorsports.

We're very pleased to have with us the President and Owner of Alex Job Racing, Alex Job, as well as the President and Owner of Emory Motorsports, Rod Emory, to make a couple announcements and answer some questions.

We'll get started with Alex first and foremost, who is going to talk about the driver lineup for the new No. 23 Porsche Crawford that will make its debut in the Rolex Sports Car Series at the Rolex 24 At Daytona late next January.

Welcome, Alex. Thanks for coming in from the pits and being here for this announcement today. Tell us who we'll see driving the No. 23 car.

ALEX JOB: Thank you, Adam. I'm very pleased to announce we're going to have three Porsche factory drivers driving for the 24 Hours. It Will be Patrick Long of the United States, Lucas Luhr of Germany who actually lives in Monaco, and Mike Rockenfeller from Germany. All three of them are Porsche factory contract drivers. Both Lucas and Mike Rockenfeller have driven for me in the past. Patrick, we actually competed against this past year in another series. He actually beat us for the championship this year, so I'm really happy to have him aboard. He's the only American on the Porsche factory squad and he's actually here driving today for us, doing a great job.

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