# 91 Corey Lewis | Pennsylvania, United States | 10/17/1991
The racing year ends for Corey Lewis from Pennsylvania, USA, with TR3 Racing. Having begun racing in karts at the age of eight years old, Lewis advanced throughout the years and was crowned World Champion in 2015 of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo PRO-AM World Championship. As a driver in 2018, Lewis won the 12 Hours of Sebring and finished third at Petit Le Mans. For 2018, he was named one of Lamborghini's official development drivers. During the 2020 season, Lewis won the Rolex 24 Hours as well as the IMSA Endurance Championship. The driving abilities that he displays have enabled him to compete at many renowned race tracks, including Road Atlanta, Sebring Raceway, Road America, VIR, COTA, and Laguna Seca.
“It’s a bit of fresh air for Jeff and I to be moving to TR3 Racing and I’m extremely excited for the weekend ahead,” said Lewis. “It is a bit of a transition with a new program, but I’ve known the Romanellis for a long time and they are extremely passionate, and have continued to build this team. I think we are in a good spot to hit the ground running.”
Burton, of Salt Lake City, has joined TR3 Racing for the remainder of the season. Last year, Burton finished second overall in the lead SRO3 class in GT America. In the 2020 Pirelli GT4 America Sprint Am, he took third place in the standings after winning the 2019 Pirelli GTA America SprintX West Am championship. After placing second in the Saturday race at Watkins Glen in 2021, he won the Sunday GT America event at the same track. He also won the back-to-back Masters races on the streets of Nashville last year.
“Corey and I are excited about joining TR3 Racing and the Road America weekend,” said Burton, who has shown winning pace on natural terrain road circuits in the past. “It is an awesome track, and we both have experience there. There will be a little bit of adjustment to join a new team, I think we’ll be able to get on with it and get going straight away.”