Keen will drive the No. 22 Alex Job Racing WeatherTech Porsche 911 GT America in the TUDOR Championship GTD class.
Finished eighth in 2013 Rolex Series GT points, one victory and five podiums
Keen and Alex Job Racing teammates led a strong battle throughout the race at Sebring. Encountered minor hiccups and climbed one spot to a second-place finish... At Long Beach, consistent podium battle. Lost lead half way through on pit stop and never regained the top position. ...Leh Keen wins pole at Lime Rock Park. Co-driver Cooper MacNeil starts the Porsche and keeps team in top three before handing car to Keen who, despite several on-track run ins, brings the car home in first place under caution. ...Keen qualifies car in third at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. MacNeil starts car and has excellent run, handing car over to Keen in the GTC lead. Keen dices with #66 Porsche and #11 Porsche before finish second. ...Keen and MacNeil struggle with brake issues early at Mid-Ohio and finish fourth. ...MacNeil starts car in second at Baltimore and hands off to Keen still running second. Keen leads briefly, but finishes second. ...MacNeil and Keen run in top three for duration of VIR race, leading mutliple times. Keen takes lead on final lap when #11 JDX car must pit for fuel. The win seals GTC driver championship for MacNeil and team championship for Alex Job Racing. Finished eighth in GT points. … Four third-place finishes, including Rolex 24 At Daytona and Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Keen and teammate Bill Sweedler ran in the top three during the first portion of the Mid-Ohio race. Keen later incurred two separate penalities. Keen was able to regain a second-place position but later fell to a fifth-place finish. ... Five minutes into the race at Road America, Keen`s car overheated. The car was taken behind the wall and never returned to the track. The team officially retired one hour and 37 minutes into the race. ... Keen and teammate Bill Sweedler ran a flawless race during the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix and maintained a second-place position throughout the race. ...The team competed in the top three throughout the race at Petit Le Mans. Keen encountered one stop and go penalty for ignoring the red light at pit exit early in the race but quickly recovered and gained one spot for a second-place finish. Captured GT championship. … Won two races co-driving with Andrew Davis. … Championship came in first year of Brumos Racing in return to historic GT roots. 2011 Rolex Series GT champion with Andrew Davis for Brumos Racing.
Finished fifth in GT points. … Co-drove with James Gue at Dempsey Racing/Team Seattle. … Gave team first victory at Watkins Glen, four podiums.
Won GT championship with co-driver Dirk Werner by 25 points. … Won season-high four races, including three in succession, and three poles.
Finished ninth in GT points. … One win (Mid-Ohio), five top fives, one pole.
Finished 24th in GT points. … Injury at Mid-Ohio cut season short. … Finished second at Mexico City and Miller.
Finished eighth in GT points. … Drove for Synergy Racing. … Best finish of second in Mexico City.
Finished sixth in GT standings. … One win (Watkins Glen), 11 top-10 finishes.
Finished 23rd in SGS points. … Season-best third-place finishes at Virginia and Barber.
Other Racing History
2012: Finished second in ALMS GTC points. … Missed two races, trailed Alex Job Racing co-driver Cooper MacNeil by 20 points in final standings. … Won at Lime Rock and Virginia International Raceway, second in 12 Hours of Sebring, Long Beach, Mosport and Baltimore. … Won Tire Rack One lap of America for third consecutive year. 2010: Finished 17th in Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Grand Sport points. … Season-best second at Mid-Ohio, three top 10s driving for Magnus Racing. … Won 24 Hours of Nürburgring in SP7 class and finished second in 24 Hours of Le Mans in GT2 class, driving Team Farnbacher Ferrari F430s in both races. … Won GTC class in 12 Hours of Sebring with Alex Job Racing. 2008: Set record lap with Porsche Club of America at Sebring International Raceway. Early Career: Began racing in Porsche Club events in 2002.