Canadian driver Daniel Morad has announced on social media that he has parted ways with his Pirelli World Challenge team CRP Racing, just days before the round at Utah Motorsports Campus.
Currently, Morad sits fifth in the overall PWC GT standings and fifth in SprintX, with a single win to his name this season at Mosport.
“Taking the current standings into consideration and the conflict in timing, I have decided to concentrate on 2019 and the incredible opportunities ahead,” Morad said on his twitter account.
THANK YOU CRP RACING
With a little bit more luck, we could've been in the running for the @WCRacing Championship.
Taking the current standings into consideration, & the conflict in timing, I have chosen to concentrate on 2019 and the incredible opportunities ahead. Stay tuned…
— Daniel Morad (@DanielMorad) August 8, 2018
“I will not be in Utah or the final event in Watkins Glen, Instead I will be racing in Europe,” he continued in a Facebook post.
“I would like to thank Nicholas Short and CRP Racing for the opportunity to drive with them. I was able to learn invaluable lessons in a plethora of different situations and that has made me a more complete driver.
“Can’t wait to share what’s coming next!”
There’s no word yet on who will replace Morad at CRP Racing this weekend.