A number of Australia’s top drivers will line up in the 2015 IAME International Final at the Le Mans circuit in France on October 14-18.

Courtesy of his victory in the SA Kart Championship in X30 Light, Paul Pittam will be lining up in his first international event in the X30 Senior class. Long-time X30 Western Australian competitor Adam Levi will join the South Australian on the grid in the class.

Reigning X30 Master winner Kip Foster will be defending his crown at the event. Foster, a multiple-time Australian Champion, is one of Australia’s most experienced international competitors and will start as one of the favourites for the event.

Young Victorian Jordyn Sinni and Western Australian teenager Jesse Thomas will line up in the X30 Junior class. For both drivers it is their international debut.

“I’ve won numerous Stats Championships and raced at a national level here in Australia but this event will be a real eye-opener,” said Sinni.

“I’ll be racing with the same team that helped Oscar Piastri finish third last year so they have some really good knowledge of what is required to succeed.

“I’ll be using the event to gain as much experience as possible on one of the world’s best circuits. My main aim is just to be competitive and make the most of the opportunity.”

The 2016 IAME International Final will see numerous Australians line up on the grid courtesy of their results in the 2015 Australian Kart Championship.

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Kip Foster celebrating on the podium at the 2014 IAME International Final

Kip Foster celebrating on the podium at the 2014 IAME International Final