Cadillac is also committed to Endurance racing and aims to participate in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2023

Two days after the arrival of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the winner Toyota knows the name of an additional opponent to challenge his supremacy in the future. Cadillac has just announced its upcoming entry into the WEC (World Endurance Championship) and IMSA (the American Championship) with a prototype meeting LMDh (Le Mans Daytona hybrid) regulations and based on a Dallara chassis.

An announcement which is not surprising because the firm of the General Motors group, committed to the American teams Ganassi and Action Express Racing, has already signed several drivers (Renger Van der Zande, the Brazilian Pipo Derani, fourth in the 24 Hours on Sunday with Glickenhaus, or Alex Lynn).

Debut scheduled for the 24 Hours of Daytona, in 2023

“We are delighted to compete at the highest level of international motorsport in the LMDh category from 2023, comments Rory Harvey, vice president of Cadillac. Much like motorsport, Cadillac is making the transition to a future focused on alternative propulsion. The hybrid nature of the LMDh rules will help us bridge the gap between our technology transfer and our all-electric future. We are excited to continue our success and continue to transfer our learnings and track technology to our production vehicles. We have had great success with the Cadillac DPi-V. R who won the Championship and we look forward to continuing that record in the future with the next generation Cadillac LMDh. « 

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