DragonSpeed has revealed plans to focus on the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series campaign. As a result, the team will feature in LMP1 for the last time at the Le Mans 24 Hours later this year.
The team has used a Gibson-powered BR Engineering BR1 for LMP1 in the WEC this year. While in the Indianapolis 500, DragonSpeed’s unsponsored Chevrolet-engined Dallara achieved a qualifying result of 227.482mph with Ben Hanley behind the wheel.
This positive qualifying result at the Indy500 is just one of five entries in IndyCar this year. Hanley has already raced in St Petersburg, Russia, and Barber Motorsports Park, Alabama, this year. The Road America in Wisconsin and the Mid-Ohio is also on DragonSpeed’s schedule.