WEATHERTECH SPORTSCAR CHAMPIONSHIP Nick Tandy
Finished 11th in GTLM standings with a victory in Rolex 24 At Daytona with co-drivers Pilet and Richard Lietz. Qualified on pole at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta.
Finished ninth in partial GTLM season, helping Pilet win GTLM title. From eight starts, earned four victories (Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Road America, VIR and Motul Petit Le Mans) and had a total of five podiums. Earned pole positions at CTMP and VIR.
Finished eighth in GTLM standings with Tandy as his co-driver in No. 911. Lone victory of season came at Long Beach. Qualified on pole at Daytona.
Lone start of season came at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta. Finished sixth in GTLM class.
Returned to full-time WeatherTech Championship competition and finished seventh in GTLM championship standings alongside co-driver Pilet. Won at Sebring and Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta with Pilet and Makowiecki. Qualified on pole at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
Finished second in GTLM standings alongside No. 911 Porsche co-driver Patrick Pilet. Won Sebring for second consecutive year with Pilet and Frederic Makowiecki. Also won at Watkins Glen and VIR and had a total of five podiums. Qualified on pole at Daytona and Long Beach.
Finished second in WeatherTech Championship GTLM points with a wins at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, Long Beach and VIRginia International Raceway.