The initial entry list for the second round of the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge season at Sebring International Raceway features a 44-car entry, which would be down a fair bit from the 56 at the season-opening BMW Performance 200 in Daytona.
GS has an 18-car field currently listed, with ST boasting a higher number of 26 cars.
ENTRY LIST: CTSC at Sebring
There are no major changes in the 18-car GS field. For the moment, the pair of Multimatic Motorsports entries are listed as the same Ford Mustang Boss 302 as ran at Daytona.
Defending champion team Fall-Line Motorsports has Mark Boden, Tonis Kasemets and John Edwards listed in its second BMW M3, the No. 48 entry. Al Carter and Corey Lewis did not start the opening round.
Louis-Philippe Montour and Nick Galante will share the No. 57 Racers Edge Motorsports Ford, and the previously announced Dylan Murcott will share Rebel Rock’s No. 08 Porsche 911 with Andy Lally.
ST is highlighted by the addition of two new cars, the No. 37 MINI Cooper and Compass Racing’s pair of debuting Audi S3s, as well as 2014 TUDOR Championship GT Le Mans class champion Kuno Wittmer in the No. 93 HART Civic Si.
Nine Porsche Caymans are listed at the moment, although there figure to be more added.
Rennsport One, which ran three Porsche Caymans at Daytona, opened the season with a debut win courtesy of Spencer Pumpelly and Luis Rodriguez Jr. in the No. 17 Porsche. But at the moment neither they nor Autometrics Motorsports are listed.
CJ Wilson Racing only has the No. 5 Mazda MX-5 for Stevan McAleer and Chad McCumbee, the pair who will also debut the new McCumbee McAleer Racing team in Mazda MX-5 Cup at Sebring as well. Marc Miller and Tyler McQuarrie’s sister No. 3 Mazda is not currently listed.
The Sebring race runs on Friday, March 20.