Whilst their enthusiasm is commendable, I am wondering how their business model is going to work.
In sportscar racing, the FIA's decision to grant a monopoly supply on the production of the LMP2 survival cell to just four teams - Dallara, Onroak Automotive, Oreca and Riley/Multimatic - has not only locked out the LMP2 class, it has also locked out the LMDh class because those cars also use an LMP2 survival cell which must be produced by one of those four outfits.
It's something that has locked out manufacturers like Gibson or Ginetta, and the earliest that contract might come up for renewal is 2025 - and that assumes that the FIA and ACO don't extend the current rule set, and the current monopoly on supplying a chassis, which is something they are rumoured to be considering. Furthermore, as noted in that article, because IMSA shares the same rules and has the same restrictions on suppliers, that market is also shut out for the next few years. I'm not really sure what other junior series they might be able to break into - are there any other significant sportscar series where there aren't any restrictions on supplying a chassis?
There's a similar issue with monopolies on supply in single seater series as well - Dallara has a monopoly on supply in most series now, whilst Formula 4 also only has a limited list of approved chassis suppliers (Tatuus, Mygale, Dome and Ligier - and, even then, Dome only supplies the Japanese Formula 4 series). IndyCar and Indy Lights are both monopoly supplies and Super Formula is the same - are there any series where they could possibly try to re-establish themselves as a supplier?