Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus have provided more details of their wide-ranging plans to take the organisations racing and OEM operations forward significantly in the next few years:
In a Press Release this morning Jim Glickenhaus confirms the commitment to the 2020-2021 WEC (including the 2021 Le Mans 24 Hours) in the forthcoming ‘Hypercar’ class having secured a $25 million sponsorship for that purpose, DSC’s story revealing those detailed plans can be found HERE
There are details too of the engineering, infrastructure and marketing efforts set to be put behind the company’s ambitious plans for growth in their model range, production totals sales and support network.
That includes an alliance with a new entity, Glickenhaus North American Racing (GNAR), providing full customer race support and sales of all currently planned GT3/GT4/and LMP1 race cars for races around the world the including the SCG “004” GT3, “006” GT4 and the “007” LMP1 road racing vehicles as well as the Baja Boot off-road vehicle;
Specifically, on the LMP1 ‘Hypercar’ front the company explains that they have: “Studied the draft 2020 WEC/ACO Rules and began engineering a car to be built in the United States of America to compete at the 24 Hours of Le Mans for First Overall in the new LMP1 Hypercar class.
“We are working with the same team from Podium Technology who we have worked with since 2012. We hinted that we will offer a limited run of road-legal examples, and many of those are already sold.”