WEC and ELMS regulars High Class Racing have announced that they will be entering into the 2021 Rolex 24 at Daytona, marking the first time the Danish squad has competed in the IMSA Weathertech Sportscar Championship.
The team is yet to announce any details, but is expected to enter an ORECA 07-Gibson into the championship’s rapidly growing LMP2 class, which has seen new entries after the COVID-19 pandemic has a negative impact on the number of cars throughout the 2020 season.
High Class Racing joins fellow European-based outfits Dragonspeed, Inter Europol Competition and Cetilar Racing. The latter of which is set to curtail its LMP2 programme in the FIA World Endurance Championship, but will contest the Florida endurance classic with its Dallara P217-Gibson.
The team is yet to confirm drivers for the IMSA season opener. It contested the 2019/20 WEC season with Anders Fjordbach, Mark Patterson and Kenta Yamashita, but skipped last season’s Bahrain season finale.
- Jury: Chauvin guilty of George Floyd murder
- Alonso ‘felt 300 per cent more confident’ through race
- Ole Miss Rebels: CFN College Football Preview 2021
- Duke Blue Devils: CFN College Football Preview 2021
- Navy Midshipmen: CFN College Football Preview 2021
- Maple Leafs’ Nylander rises to Keefe’s challenge after missed meeting
- Canucks emerging from darkest weeks with brightest performances
- A Video Of Mick Foley’s Appearance On “Pawn Stars”, Big NJPW Stipulation
- WWE NXT News – Franky Monet Interrupts Io Shirai, Ted Dibiase Sr. Appears
- Freeman uninterested in ‘distraction’ of new deal