Westbrook Joins JDC Miller Motorsports for IMSA Return
Chip Ganassi Racing driver Richard Westbrook will be joining JDC Miller Motorsports for the upcoming season of GTP competition in America’s premier sportscar series. The 48-year-old British driver, who partnered with Earl Bamber and Alex Lynn in Chip Ganassi Racing’s Cadillac entry in this year’s WEC, is set to pilot JDC’s Porsche 963.
Westbrook has an impressive record in the IMSA prototype races, having secured three wins in the DPi era. His notable performance includes a memorable podium finish at the iconic Le Mans 24 Hours race.
The experienced driver will be partnering with Dutch racer Job van Uitert for JDC Miller Motorsports’ IMSA return. Together, they aim to make a strong impact on the competition and showcase the capabilities of the Porsche 963 car.
With his vast experience in endurance racing, Westbrook brings valuable skills and knowledge to the team. His expertise in navigating challenging tracks and adapting to different racing conditions will undoubtedly contribute to JDC Miller Motorsports’ success in the upcoming season.
The decision to switch from Cadillac to Porsche shows Westbrook’s commitment to exploring new opportunities and taking on fresh challenges. Joining forces with JDC Miller Motorsports allows him to align with a team that shares his ambitions and values.
The second season of GTP competition in America’s premier sportscar series promises to be an intense battle among talented drivers and top-class teams. With Westbrook’s arrival, JDC Miller Motorsports is gearing up for an exciting campaign, aiming for podium finishes and ultimately, championship glory.