PremiAir Nulon Racing confirms Lacroix role

15 Feb
Ludo Lacroix has joined PremiAir Nulon Racing as Competition Director
  • PremiAir Nulon Racing confirms Ludo Lacroix’s new role

  • Decorated engineer named team's Competition Director

  • Mirko De Rosa to engineer Tim Slade, Romy Mayer with James Golding

PremiAir Nulon Racing has confirmed recruit Ludo Lacroix’s new role with the team ahead of the new season.

Decorated engineer Lacroix, previously of Triple Eight Race Engineering and Dick Johnson Racing, joined Peter Xiberras’ team in the off-season.

The veteran has now been confirmed as the Queensland team’s Competition Director, working with Team Manager Stephen Robertson.

Lacroix won’t be in a race engineer role in 2024, with fellow recruit Mirko De Rosa to engineer Tim Slade’s #23 PremiAir Nulon Camaro.

Romy Mayer will engineer James Golding’s #31 PremiAir Nulon Camaro, with data engineers Julia McGarry — formerly of Team 18 — on the #23, and Jason Sherring on the #31.

Lacroix previously engineered Anton de Pasquale between 2021 and 2023 at DJR, having joined the Shell V-Power Racing Team in 2017.

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He famously engineered Scott McLaughlin in 2017, with the Kiwi becoming a force at the Ford team in its Penske era.


Lacroix will now steer PremiAir Nulon Racing’s sporting efforts as the team aims for its first Supercars silverware.

“With the start of the 2024 Supercars season rapidly approaching, we couldn’t be more excited about the team we are building and the work we have done over the off-season,” Xiberras said. 

“We have an amazing bunch of people, and I can’t wait to see everyone in the thick of things at the Bathurst 500 later this month as we get our season off to hopefully a very strong start. 

“So often the focus is on the Lead Engineers, but each and every member of our team has such an important role to play.

"I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who is a part of PremiAir Nulon Racing for their passionate dedication to what we are trying to achieve.”

PremiAir Nulon Racing will hit the track for Round 1, the Thrifty Bathurst 500, on February 23-25.

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