A total of 35 cars are on the provisional entry list for next weekend’s Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge race at Sebring, including a a mix of new GS machinery for the second round of the season.
ENTRY LIST: CTSC Sebring
Nine GS car are set to do battle for overall honors, including four new entries that were not on the grid in January’s season-opener at Daytona.
CJ Wilson Racing has added a second Porsche Cayman GT4 — with drivers to-be-announced — alongside its season-long entry driven by Marc Miller and Danny Burkett.
Bodymotion Racing debuts its new Cayman for Cameron Cassels and former series champion Trent Hindman, while Team TGM will also enter a Cayman for Ted Giovanis and David Murry.
Rebel Rock Racing, meanwhile, is set for a return to GS competition with a Porsche 997, also with a yet-to-be-announced lineup, alongside its two-car entry in ST.
Both of the Racers Edge Ford Mustangs and the Muehlner Motorsport Porsche Cayman are not listed to take part at Sebring.
Twenty six cars are entered ST, with fewer changes in the class from Daytona.
Both the LRT Racing Honda Civic Si and Schmidt Motorsports Mercedes-Benz C-300 are not entered, but the field gains an additional Mazda MX-5 with Riley Racing returning to the grid.
Of note, 2015 Tequila Patron North American Endurance Cup GTD champion Cameron Lawrence will make his debut with the HART Honda squad, replacing Kevin Boehm at the wheel of the No. 92 Honda Civic Si.
The two-hour and 30-minute Continental Tire Challenge race is set for Friday, March 18.