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Flying Lizard owner Neiman returns to Le Mans with JMW Ferrari

Flying Lizard team owner Seth Neiman will return to the Le Mans 24 Hours after a year's absence with the British JMW Ferrari team.

Neiman, who raced at Le Mans with his own team for eight consecutive seasons from 2005, will drive JMW Motorsport's GTE Am class Ferrari 458 Italia in next month's World Endurance Championship blue riband event.

The 59-year-old will share the car with Spencer Pumpelly, who is racing with Neiman in a Flying Lizard Motorsports GT Daytona class Audi R8 in this year's United SportsCar Championship, and Saudi Abdulaziz Al Faisal, who raced for JMW last year.

Neiman said: "I wasn't sure I could find a way back to Le Mans after the class changes with the creation of USC.

"Doing so with JMW and Ferrari promises to be a very competitive experience."

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