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2019 IMSA 12 hours of Sebring

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Sebring IMSA Thursday Notebook

John Dagys’ Thursday IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship notebook from Sebring…


***A heavy crash by Don Yount in Thursday’s Practice 2 has sent Precision Performance Motorsports into a race to rebuild its Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evoin time for night practice. Team owner Richard Gdovic told Sportscar365 that no chassis damage was sustained and that Yount escaped injury in the high-speed shunt entering the hairpin.

***The No. 9 Pfaff Motorsports Porsche 911 GT3 R is a new chassis following its race-ending accident at Daytona. Team manager Steve Bortolotti told Sportscar365 that the German manufacturer pulled a chassis out of production for the rebuild. “It was really just the left front suspension that was damaged, so we had most of the parts in stock,” he said.

***Pfaff will be utilizing the popular Buffalo Check livery for most of the season after it was so well received at Daytona, with sponsor-specific liveries possible for the remaining Michelin Endurance Cup races.

***Jan Magnussen is poised to break Johnny O’Connell’s record for most consecutive Sebring starts at Sebring, with the five-time class winner embarking on his 21st straight 12-hour race, a record that dates back to 1999.

***Cooper MacNeil arrived at Sebring hot on the heels of a dominant victory in the second race of the opening Ferrari Challenge North America season at Circuit of The Americas. MacNeil headed into the IMSA-sanctioned single-make series as defending champion.

***Porsche started work on its Sebring preparations in November when one of the U.S.-based Porsche 911 RSR chassis was borrowed by the Manthey operation for testing immediately after the Shanghai WEC round, which saw engineers and drivers fly directly from China.

***CORE autosport and Manthey’s dedicated performance engineers are joining in each others’ team debriefs throughout the week, with the Porsche’s No. 912 car engineer having been embedded with the WEC team during last weekend’s test.

***A total of 11 drivers are puling double duty between the FIA World Endurance Championship and IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship races this weekend: Harry Tincknell, Olivier Pla, Jonathan Bomarito, Jan Magnussen, Antonio Garcia, Mike Rockenfeller, Brendon Hartley, Renger van der Zande, Matthieu Vaxiviere, Patrick Lindsey and Gabriel Aubry.

***In addition, Gunnar Jeannette is completing the unique double between the 1000-mile WEC race and the two-hour IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge round, which will both be held on Friday.

***Ozz Negri has made a trip to Sebring for meetings on potential drives later this year. The Brazilian told Sportscar365 that he’s had discussions with AF Corse team boss Amato Ferrari on potential GT3 drives, following an Asian Le Mans Series campaign in an AF-run Ferrari 488 GT3 and selected outings in the WeatherTech Championship last year. Negri has also continued driver coaching, with USF2000 rising star Darren Keane.

***One of the original hybrid system companies in motorsports is targeting a re-entry into IMSA, potentially for the next-generation DPi platform. PUNCH Flybrid Ltd. managing director Tobias Knichel told Sportscar365 that he’s been in discussions with the sanctioning body for the potential use of its flywheel hybrid system.

***The technology, which most recently appeared in Dyson Racing’s Lola in ALMS competition, has seen a number of advancements in recent years and can be easily paired with Formula E-spec electric motors. “The biggest difference is that it’s now electromechanical. That allows a lot off-the-shelf storage,” Knichel said.

***IMSA has previously revealed interest in hybrid technology for its next-gen DPi regulations, which is set to debut in 2022, although it’s understood a decision has not yet been taken on what form of hybrid it could utilize.

***Multimatic is one of the busiest organizations in the paddock this weekend in operating the Ford Chip Ganassi Racing WEC team, a pair of Ford Mustang GT4s in the IMSA Michelin SportsCar Challenge race as well as supporting the IMSA-based Ford GTLM and Mazda DPi programs. A total of 65 people staff are on-site.

“It’s amazing figure when you consider that it wasn’t so long ago that my entire group didn’t have that many people in it,” said Multimatic chief technical officer Larry Holt. “The challenge is both huge and diverse. On one hand we have two complete teams running Multimatic engineered and built cars and on the other we have trailers full of parts and technicians supporting our customer racing programs.”

***Brian Alder said he’s “keeping his options open” about a possible return to professional racing for his BAR1 Motorsports operation. Alder indicated that IMSA Prototype Challenge was one possible destination, but BAR1 remains active in vintage racing in the meantime.

***Lawson Aschenbach’s deal to join PPM has its roots in the 2011 Michelin Pilot Challenge season that he spent racing for Mitchum Motorsports. PPM team manager Sunny Voelker worked for Mitchum at the time, and when the team needed a stand in for Sebring Aschenbach was her first call.

***Voelker told Sportscar365 that Aschenbach had already made an impact in the engineering room based on his past experience with the Audi R8 LMS, a similar platform to the Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo that the team fields in the WeatherTech Championship.

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Nasr, Derani, Curran Dominate 12H Sebring


Felipe Nasr, Pipo Derani and Eric Curran secured victory in the 67th Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring after a dominant run that saw Whelen Engineering Racing lead almost the entire race on Saturday.

Driving the No. 31 Action Express Racing-run Cadillac DPi-V.R, Nasr survived a late-race restart with six minutes to go to keep his lead despite pressure from Jordan Taylor in the Wayne Taylor Racing Cadillac DPi.

Nasr, the reigning IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Champion, shared the Whelen-backed car with Derani and IMSA Michelin Endurance Cup driver Curran.

The two Brazilian drivers did the majority of driving, with Curran completing a 85-minute stint midway through the raced.

It marked Derani’s third Sebring win in four years, having scored victories at the central Florida circuit with Tequila Patron ESM in 2016 and 2018.

Taylor was unable to take his second consecutive win in the No. 10 WTR entry despite repeated attempts to get through during the final stint.

It meant that he, Renger van der Zande and IMSA debutant Matthieu Vaxiviere had to settle for runner-up spot.

Filipe Albuquerque crossed the line third in the Mustang Sampling Racing entry, ensuring both Action Express cars made it onto the podium and giving Cadillac a 1-2-3 podium sweep.

The fourth and final car to finish on the final lap was the No. 7 Acura Team Penske ARX-05, classified 11 seconds behind the leader.

The sister Acura DPi of Dane Cameron, Simon Pagenaud and Juan Pablo Montoya started from pole but dropped down the order with several dramas in the opening hours.

It included electrical issues, a change of steering wheel and a drive-through penalty, which ended up pushing the car down to ninth in class, nine laps down.

CORE autosport completed the top-five with its Nissan DPi, while Olivier Pla brought the No. 55 Mazda RT24-P to sixth after another difficult race for the Team Joest operation.

A mid-race crash for Jonathan Bomarito in the No. 55 car brought out one of the race’s five full course cautions while its sister No. 77 entry stopped on track with a cockpit fire in the second hour.

Performance Tech Motorsports, meanwhile, took the LMP2 class win with a 13-lap lead.

Cameron Cassels, Kyle Masson and Andrew Evans combined in the team’s No. 38 Oreca 07 Gibson for the class win in the two-car field, finishing 17th overall and behind the GT Le Mans class runners.



Porsche Takes Second Straight Sebring GTLM Win

Late Tandy charge sees Porsche take a second straight Sebring GTLM victory…


Nick Tandy shook off the pair of Chip Ganassi Racing Ford GTs to claim GT Le Mans class victory for the No. 911 Porsche crew in Saturdsay’s Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring.

The Englishman had a manageable lead over Ryan Briscoe and Joey Hand wiped out with 15 minutes to go when a full-course caution was called to retrieve a parked GT Daytona class car, bringing the two Ford drivers right onto the Porsche 911 RSR’s tail.

Tandy, who shared the No. 911 machine with Patrick Pilet and Fred Makowiecki, was able to negotiate the surrounding traffic and hold off Hand by 1.951 seconds at the checkered flag after Briscoe spun.

It marked the second consecutive Sebring victory for the Tandy/Pilet/Makowiecki combination.

Porsche didn’t feature extensively in the GTLM lead battle throughout the race but the German manufacturer rose to prominence in the final two hours when Tandy made a string of overtakes at a restart to reach second position.

This put him right behind Briscoe when the final round of pit stops took place with an hour to go, before the 2015 Le Mans winner put in a crucial pass to win the race on the run down to Turn 7.

The two Fords were strong throughout and the No. 67 car that Briscoe shared with Richard Westbrook and Scott Dixon spent most of the race in the lead.

However, Briscoe’s move on a GTD runner in his attempts to mount a challenge on Tandy after the final restart resulted in a spin that dropped the Australian down to sixth.

Hand filled the void to finish second in the No. 66 Ford that also featured Dirk Mueller and Sebastien Bourdais, while Antonio Garcia came through in third in the No. 3 Chevrolet Corvette C7.R he co-drove with Jan Magnussen and Mike Rockenfeller.

BMW Team RLL finished fourth with its No.24 M8 GTE driven by John Edwards, Jesse Krohn and Philipp Eng, while the No. 912 Porsche of Laurens Vanthoor, Earl Bamber and Mathieu Jaminet completed the top five.

Briscoe settled for an unrepresentative sixth for the No. 67 Ford at the back of the main GTLM pack, with the No. 25 BMW M8 GTE coming through in seventh as the first car off the lead lap.



Bortolotti Was “On the Edge” with Fuel in Historic Lambo Win

Mirko Bortolotti on fuel-saving run to historic Lamborghini 1-2 finish in Sebring…

Mirko Bortolotti said he was “on the edge” with fuel in the final hour of the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring, admitting he could have lost out on GT Daytona class victory had there not been a late-race yellow.

The Lamborghini factory driver held off a hard-charging Andy Lally for Grasser Racing Team’s second consecutive IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship victory, after achieving back-to-back Rolex 24 at Daytona class wins in January’s season-opener.

While benefiting from a pair of spins and the race-ending red flag at Daytona, Bortolotti had the challenge of conserving fuel in his two-hour closing stint on Saturday, while being under pressure from the No. 44 Magnus Racing Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo of Lally.

A full-course caution for the damaged No. 96 Turner Motorsport BMW M6 GT3 of Bill Auberlen with 15 minutes remaining proved to be the turning point for the Austrian squad, which managed to hold on for top class honors.

It’s understood its Lamborghini had only 2 liters of fuel left in its tank post-race.

“Without the yellow it was on the edge,” Bortolotti said. “It was really, really hard to keep Andy behind and safe fuel for two hours.

“Of course the safety car helped a little bit at the end, but it would have been just enough to finish.”

Bortolotti said the last two hours was probably the “most intense” of his career due to the demanding nature of the circuit and the battle with GT veteran Lally.

“I was behind Andy and I made a move into Turn 1 and managed to make it stick,” he said. “I knew I had to try to go for it because with the traffic you can lose ground.

“They can gain five, six seconds on you, then there’s no chance to get back on their tail.

“I was really, really up his bumper and I decided I really had to go for track position.

“It worked, and I think it was the move of the race for us. Before and after that we were saving fuel to keep him behind. It was hard.”

The Italian, who shared driving duties with co-drivers Rolf Ineichen and Rik Breukers, said winning Sebring is a “big achievement” particularly given the race’s unique challenges.

“It’s a big boost, definitely,” Bortolotti said. “It’s something I was always looking forward to winning a race like this.

“Daytona is Daytona, we know how nice it is and how special, but this is a completely different race.

“It’s a track where, in terms of layout of the track, it’s basically the opposite to Daytona. It’s super tough for the car and the driver and the team, so winning this is a big achievement for us and me personally.

“I hope I don’t wake up in a half an hour, I hope it’s not a dream!”

Sanna: Historic Lamborghini 1-2 Finish an “Unbelievable” Feeling

Lamborghini motorsport boss Giorgio Sanna admitted he was on pins and needles in the closing hour after seeing Bortolotti and Lally battle it out for the class win.

It marked the first-ever 1-2 finish for the Italian manufacturer in WeatherTech Championship competition.

“More or less, I lost ten years in the last one hour!” Sanna told Sportscar365.

“It’s a good result for us, for Grasser, for Magnus of course. I’m very happy for them. They both did a great race and it’s unbelievable.

“To win again, Daytona and Sebring back to back, in the same year, is something we’re working very hard in the right way everywhere.”

Sanna said he was especially proud of the performance from each team’s gentlemen drivers, Ineichen and Magnus team owner/driver John Potter, proving the effectiveness of its new-for-2019 Evo kit.

“As you know, the Evo kit works a lot to improve the driveability of the car and to close the gap between the gentlemen and the Pro drivers,” he said.

“The performance that we have seen today also shows that we are working well.”

RESULTS: Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring

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John Dagys’ post-race notebook from Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring…


***Action Express Racing’s dominant run in Saturday’s Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring was evident by its two Cadillac DPi-V.Rs combining to lead 318 of the 348 laps, including a race-high 249 for the No. 31 Whelen Engineering Racing entry.

***With just 1.030 seconds separating Felipe Nasr from Jordan Taylor at the line, it was the closest finish in Sebring history. The previous record was set in 2016 at 2.926 seconds, in a race also won by Pipo Derani.

***In addition to matching Phil Hill’s record of three wins in four years, Derani now has the same number of overall Sebring wins as Mario Andretti, Olivier Gendebien, Hans Stuck and Marco Werner. Only Tom Kristensen (6), Dindo Capello (5), Frank Biela and Allan McNish (4) have more.

***Derani said that the Cadillac DPis were “killing it” in the rain, with the Dallara-chassied prototypes sweeping the top-five positions early on in the race. “We were just in another league, and that’s because Cadillac did an amazing job developing this car,” he told Sportscar365.

***The pair of Team Penske Acura ARX-05s, meanwhile, struggled in the wet, with electrical issues for the No. 6 car of Dane Cameron resulting in a 9th place finish after a steering wheel change, pit lane speeding penalty and further unscheduled stops due to the gremlins.

***A spin by Ricky Taylor in the No. 7 Penske Acura DPi caused an unscheduled stop after his seat belts came loose in the second hour. Taylor and co-drivers Helio Castroneves and Alexander Rossi, however, made a late charge to finish fourth.

***Juncos Racing had another difficult race, with multiple issues for its No. 50 Cadillac DPi, which began in Hour 2 when a piece of debris cut the alternator belt and forced Rene Binder to the garage.

***Porsche claimed class victories in three of the four classes entered between Friday’s FIA World Endurance Championship round and the Twelve Hours of Sebring on Saturday, with the factory Manthey and CORE autosport-run operations claiming top class honors in GTE-Pro (WEC) and GTLM (IMSA) and Dempsey Proton Racing picking up the GTE-Am win (WEC).

***It could have potentially been a clean sweep for the German manufacturer if for not ABS and traction control issues for the No. 9 Pfaff Motorsports Porsche 911 GT3 R, which took the Canadian squad out of the class lead when it was forced to change a wheel speed sensor in the 10th hour.

***Scott Hargrove, Zach Robichon and Lars Kern recovered to record a 10th place class finish, behind the best-placed GTD class Porsche of Park Place Motorsports in fifth, which battled a misfire and fuel cell issue.

***Twenty two of the 25 Porsche-contracted drivers were in action over the weekend, with all but Neel Jani at the wheel of Porsche machinery across the various series.

***The No. 3 Corvette C7.R of Jan Magnussen, Antonio Garcia and Mike Rockenfeller claimed a third place finish in GT Le Mans, capping off a busy weekend for the three drivers and some of its crew, who pulled double duty between the 12-hour and 1000-mile races.

***Remarkably, the same over-the-wall crew of Brandon Wolff, Tom Dix, Mackenzie O’Brien, Ian Burke and Steve Longhi completed pit stops in the two races, with team leaders Ben Johnson, Steve Cole, Kyle Millay, Dan Binks, Rich Eldred and Alex Robarge also assisting both programs.

***Garcia, Magnussen and Rockenfeller combined to complete 621 laps for 2,322.54 miles over the course of the weekend between the Nos. 3 and 63 Corvettes.

***The No. 4 Corvette lost time in Saturday’s race with an electrical issue, forcing alternator repairs in the third hour. It was only one of two cars in GTLM to not finish on the lead lap.

***Andy Lally said he “couldn’t give anybody an inch” on the final restart, which resulted in contact between his No. 44 Magnus Racing Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo and Ryan Briscoe’s No. 67 Chip Ganassi Racing Ford GT, that dashed hopes of class victory for the Australian. “If it ruined the GTLM race, and we got a chance to go to victory, then great,” Lally told Sportscar365 post-race.

***A drive-through penalty for running over pit equipment on its final stop relegated the No. 86 Meyer Shank Racing Acura NSX GT3 Evo to a 7th place finish in GTD. It came after a strong start by class pole-sitter Trent Hindman, who bridged out an 80-second lead and helped keep the car out front for 60 laps.

***Cameron Cassels drove with three broken ribs to the LMP2 class victory in the No. 38 Performance Tech Motorsports Oreca 07 Gibson he shared with Kyle Masson and Andrew Evans.

***The race saw only three retirements, all of which were GTD runners: Turner Motorsport’s BMW M6 GT3 (suspension), the No. 14 AIM Vasser Sullivan Lexus RC F GT3 (mechanical) and the Moorespeed Audi R8 LMS Evo (accident).

***In a bizarre twist, BMW Team RLL’s Endurance Cup driver Philipp Eng now leads the GTLM drivers standings solo, after switching from the Rolex 24 at Daytona class-winning No. 25 BMW M8 GTE lineup to the No. 24 car for Sebring, which finished fourth in class.

***Eng, who is not slated to contest the full season, holds a two-point margin over the Porsche trio of Nick Tandy, Patrick Pilet and Fred Makowiecki in second.

***A similar situation has developed in GTD, with Grasser Racing Team’s Mirko Bortolotti, Rik Breukers and Rolf Ineichen holding a 16-point lead over AIM Vasser Sullivan’s Townsend Bell, Frankie Montecalvo and Aaron Telitz. Grasser is currently only confirmed to contest the Endurance Cup races.

***The Austrian squad faces a clash between the Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen and Blancpain GT World Challenge Europe round at Misano, with Bortolotti currently committed for the full Blancpain GT season. Team principal Gottfried Grasser, however, revealed ambitions of entering the full season in 2020, having praised the IMSA organization: “It’s so nice to be here. It’s so well organized,” he told Sportscar365.

***Michelin-shod teams combined to complete 30,803 laps, or more than 127,234 miles over the course of the weekend, which included the WEC, IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge and IMSA Prototype Challenge series. All but three cars, out of the 140 entered, ran on Michelins.

***A large part of Sebring was affected by a power failure on Saturday morning prior to the race. While the blackout didn’t reach the circuit, some 17,000 people reportedly were left without electricity for about 30 minutes in town. This also included the guests in various hotels along the US 27 in Sebring, where numerous members of the WEC and IMSA race community were staying

***IMSA President Scott Atherton told Sportscar365 that the Mid-Ohio round does not currently pose an issue with an oversubscribed entry, although he said to expect a “full house” of upwards of 40 cars in the debut race of the WeatherTech Sprint Cup.

***The Detroit race, which will pay GT Daytona class points to Sprint Cup-only competitors, meanwhile, is expected to see the majority of the full-season WeatherTech Championship grid. “I think it would be the exception that they won’t be there, at least that’s the impression they’ve given us,” Atherton said.

***Its understood Riley Motorsports will forgo Detroit, with Ben Keating and Jeroen Bleekemolen set to focus on the Le Mans Test Day that weekend, where they will be at the wheel of the first-ever Ford GT customer car.

Jake Kilshaw & Rene de Boer contributed to this report

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