Forbes | Joseph Wolkin
24 October 2022
Very few racers can say they win in their professional debut. It doesn’t necessarily mean success with ensue, but in the case of Josh Pierson, a triumph in his first FIA World Endurance Championship race has sent him on an upward trajectory.
The 16-year-old won at Sebring in the LMP2 category in a move to sports car racing after competing in the Road to Indy. But Pierson saw an opportunity to become a diverse racer, setting him up to become the youngest person to ever compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans …