With a list of career achievements any veteran driver would envy, Leh Keen has already made his mark in sports car racing. Hooked on racing since he was ten, Keen entered GRAND-AM Rolex Series competition in 2004, capturing two podiums in the three races he started that season. His first Rolex Series win came in 2005, at the 6 Hours of the Glen.
In 2007, Keen began a three-year stint driving a Porsche GT3 with Farnbacher-Loles. In 2009 he captured three pole positions and four wins on his way to his first Rolex Series GT Championship. Proving his talent in endurance racing in 2010, Keen posted a win at the 12 Hours of Sebring, then finished 2nd at the 24 Hours of Nurburgring and the 24 Hours of LeMans. In 2010 he joined Dempsey Racing as a full-time driver in the Rolex Series, taking the team to their very first win that season.
His experience with Porsches made Leh a natural choice for Brumos as they returned to GT competition in 2011. The decision proved sound, as Keen played an instrumental role in Brumos' remarkable season, taking the #59 to two wins and one additional podium before closing out the year as GT Champions. Keen was elected to AARWBA's All-America Team and also selected as one of SPEED TV's Top 10 GRAND-AM drivers for 2011.
In 2012, Keen helped take Brumos back to the podium for the season-opener Rolex 24, the first of 4 podiums Brumos claimed that year, along with 6 top-five finishes. The results earned Keen 5th place in the 2012 GT Driver Championship and induction into the prestigious Road Racing Drivers Club. Following Brumos’ 2013 retirement from the series, Leh was signed with the Alex Job/WeatherTech team for the new IMSA Tudor Series, earning 3rd place in the 2014 GTD standings. He remains with the team today, already looking ahead to the next new challenge.