Acura Motorsports
Acura Motorsports

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Acura Motorsports


Acura’s sports-car racing program dates to 1986, the same year the brand debuted as the luxury and performance division of American Honda Motor Co., Inc., and culminating in multiple championships last year in both DPi and GTD.  For 2020, Acura Motorsports will seek to repeat its DPi titles with the Acura ARX-05 prototype, battling Cadillac and Mazda; and field multiple Acura NSX GT-3 teams in a title defense against more than a half-dozen rival premium sports car manufacturers ranging from Ferrari to Mercedes-AMG to Lamborghini in GTD.

 

 

 

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The IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship features two styles of cars – Prototype (P), which showcases the latest automotive technology and are uniquely designed for the racetrack, and Grand Touring (GT), which is based on road-going production models. These two styles of cars make up the series’ three classes – Prototype, GT Le Mans (GTLM) and GT Daytona (GTD).

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Photo of Helio Castroneves
Brazil
Daytona Prototype international

Helio Castroneves

Photo of Alexander  Rossi
USA
Daytona Prototype international

Alexander Rossi

Photo of Ricky Taylor
USA
Daytona Prototype international

Ricky Taylor

Photo of AJ Allmendinger
USA
GT Daytona

AJ Allmendinger

Photo of Misha Goikhberg
Canada
GT Daytona

Misha Goikhberg

Photo of Trent  Hindman
USA
GT Daytona

Trent Hindman

Photo of Alvaro Parente
Portugal
GT Daytona

Alvaro Parente

Photo of Mario Farnbacher
Germany
GT Daytona

Mario Farnbacher

Photo of Matt McMurry
USA
GT Daytona

Matt McMurry

Photo of Shinya Michimi
USA
GT Daytona

Shinya Michimi

Photo of Jules Gounon
France
GT Daytona

Jules Gounon

Photo of Dane Cameron
USA
Daytona Prototype international

Dane Cameron

Photo of Simon  Pagenaud
France
Daytona Prototype international

Simon Pagenaud

Photo of Juan Pablo  Montoya
Colombia
Daytona Prototype international

Juan Pablo Montoya