Team Dynamik is pleased to announce Jan Magnussen as the fourth driver for the 2003 endurance rounds at Sandown and Bathurst.

Danish International driver Magnussen has an impressive resume having commenced his career in Go-Karts, being crowned Junior World Champion in 1997 and 1998 and World Champion in 1990.

In 1994 Magnussen won the British Formula Three championship with Paul Stewart Racing. Since this time Magnussen has maintained a hectic schedule in the Danish Touring Car Championship DTC, German Touring Car Championship DTM and American Le Mans ALM series together with F1 drives for Stewart Racing.

Magnussen currently leads the Danish Touring ALM series and is seeking to clinch the championship at Monterey prior to heading to Australia for the Sandown 500.

Team principal Kieran Wills was very impressed by Magnussen's performance at the test day and commented: "It's easy to see why Jan is in such demand by many world class teams, he is a consummate professional and committed to giving his very best."

Magnussen showed his durability in completing a full days testing after arriving in Adelaide after more than 30 hours traveling straight from a race weekend and stepped into Simon Wills' V8 Supercar. Magnussen was very excited about the prospect of driving in the endurance rounds: "Bathurst is one of those races that is recognised around the world and to do well there is definitely a career highlight."

Magnussen's appointment to the Team completes the driver line up for the Sandown and Bathurst endurance races with French driver Nicolas Minassian having signed with the team in March.

Nicolas Minassian also traveled to Adelaide again for the recent test day and both Minassian and Magnussen completed more than 60 laps.