DragonSpeed continues in Europe and USA

There still plenty of sportscar activity at the DragonSpeed outfit. The American team did cut down on their running earlier in the year, after being active in both LMP1 and LMP2 in the FIA WEC, LMP2 in ELMS, as well as a part-season entry in the NTT IndyCar Series. The team will enter for a full LMP2 season in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship 2020, with Henrik Hedman and Ben Hanley as the full season drivers. On top of that, they will run at the Daytona 24 Hours, which doesn’t…

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United Autosports enters ELMS once again

United Autosports will once again enter the European Le Mans Series, when the 2020 season starts in April. Phil Hanson and Filipe Albuquerque will once again share the ORECA 07 Gibson #22, while Alex Brundle has been confirmed in the #32. This will be the third season for Hanson and Albuquerque as a pair at United Autosports, having competed in both ELMS, FIA World Endurance Championship and the Asian Le Mans Series. Despite the goals for the ambitious team, the big titles in the ELMS and the 24 Hours of…

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Mustang Sampling returns

Less than two months ago, it was announced that Mustang Sampling Cadillac #5 at Action Express wouldn’t be on the starting grid in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship 2020. We will however still be able to enjoy the black and gold colours on a car this coming season. JDC-Miller Motorsports has announced that they will run the Mustang Sampling Racing Cadillac DPi-V.R #5 for 2020 and 2021. The driver line-up was confirmed at the same time, with Joao Barbosa moving along to the new team, where he will share the…

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Bourdais fired by Coyne

Sebastien Bourdais is no longer a part of the NTT IndyCar Series, driving for Dale Coyne Racing. Following 4 seasons with the team, the collaboration has ended very abruptly, with a very surprising press release Friday afternoon, local time. The 4 times Champ Car Champion drove for the team in 2011, and from 2017-2019, where he delivered some of the best results ever for the team, including two wins and three other podium finishes. He did have the worst crash of his career at Indianapolis, where he broke his hip,…

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Close qualifying in Shanghai

The qualifying for the opening round of the Asian Le Mans Series 2019/20 was run at the Shanghai International Circuit in China. A good field of 9 GT cars were the first on track, for their 15 minutes of qualifying. Spirit Of Race Ferrari #51 didn’t go on track instantly, but Alessandro Pier Guidi left the pits with just under 8 minutes to go instead. With more or less works drivers in all cars, it was a fantastic fight between the cars, with times constantly tumbling. HubAuto Corse Ferrari #27…

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