IMSA - TDS Racing with a top crew in 2024

9 Nov. 2023 • 17:50
After narrowly losing out in 2022, TDS Racing is giving itself the means to fulfil its ambitions and win the title in 2024.
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In the face of adversity, TDS Racing enjoyed a good 2023 season in IMSA, but the Montpellier-based team was unable to prevent PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports from taking the title. Next year, with just one 07 as opposed to two this year, Xavier Combet's men will be back on the attack.


To support him throughout the season, Steven Thomas will once again be relying on Mikkel Jensen. However, the Dane will miss the Detroit Grand Prix (July 14) due to a clash of dates with the 6 Hours of Sao Paulo, the Brazilian round of the WEC, which he contests with Peugeot.

In the Michelin Endurance Cup, the two men will be supported by Hunter McElrea. The 23-year-old New Zealander, who is classified Silver by the FIA, has just finished runner-up to Christian Rasmussen in the Indy Lights, the antechamber to the IndyCar Series.


Finally, the good news on the French side comes from the presence of Charles Milesi at the 24 Hours of Daytona. The 22-year-old Frenchman has been given an excellent opportunity to shine on the other side of the Atlantic, having become one of the benchmarks in the LMP2 category. This will be his second appearance on the Floridian double-header after a first, in 2022, with Racing Team Nederland, the entity behind which TDS Racing was hiding. 


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