Detroit. Mich. — The IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship heads to Detroit’s Belle Isle circuit this weekend, and a Nissan-powered ESM group is looking to replicate a success it had during Long Beach.
On that Southern California travel circuit, American motorist Scott Sharp and Scottish ace Ryan Dalziel hold a lead late into a competition before finishing second.
The twin are looking to replicate (or urge upon) that opening this weekend in Detroit aboard a No. 2 Nissan-powered Onroak DPI.
“Detroit is a good city and unequivocally severe travel course,” Dalziel said.
“We showed in Long Beach how good a Patrón ESM Nissan DPi was on travel courses so we are unequivocally looking for good things there.
“This is still a new module though we feel we are shutting a opening to a Cadillacs quickly. It will be tough to kick them on home territory though will be intensely delightful if we can.”
Johannes outpost Overbeek and Ed Brown lapse aboard a No. 22 entry. The span will be looking to replicate outpost Overbeek’s subordinate opening during Circuit of The Americas, where he put a Nissan-powered appurtenance on a front row.
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