Defending IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge TCR champions Bryan Herta Autosport will expand to a fourth Hyundai Veloster N TCR entry in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge.
Parker Chase and Spencer Brockman will pilot the team’s No. 29 entry starting with the second round of the season at Sebring International Raceway next month.
It comes after Chase’s exit from WeatherTech SportsCar Championship squad AIM Vasser Sullivan earlier this week.
“Parker and Spencer are going to be a great addition to the BHA squad,” team owner Bryan Herta said. “These guys are young, hungry, and experienced.
In fact, at just 19, Parker will be one of the more experienced guys in the IMPC field. We’re thrilled to have another Veloster and a pair of drivers consistently capable of challenging for wins.”
Chase added: “Coming off great success the last two years, I am confident that we will have the car we need to bring home wins in the Vertical Bridge Hyundai Veloster N TCR.
“Spencer and I have been great friends for quite a few years now, so it is going to be a blast working with each other as teammates.”
Brockman, 20, will make his IMSA debut with the Indianapolis-based team, making the transition from open-wheel racing where he finished third in the 2019 Formula Atlantic champioship.
“This will be my first season competing in IMSA, and I would not want to be working in any other program,” said Brockman.
“You can see how much effort Hyundai has been putting into their Veloster N TCR program over the last couple of seasons, and the results speak for themselves. I look forward to getting things started at Sebring in a few weeks.”