Ryan Hardwick1980-11-03 (age 40)
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Wright Motorsports’ Ryan Hardwick has elected to stand down from the team for the Sebring 12 Hours as he continues his recuperation following a couple of hard crashes at Daytona in January.
A hard shunt for Ryan Hardwick in yesterday’s Michelin Pilot Challenge practice has forced Wright Motorsports to pull its entry from that race and hire Trent Hindman to sub for Hardwick in the Rolex 24 Hours.
Wright Motorsports’ Porsche can fight for IMSA GT Daytona-class honors in the Rolex 24 Hours, according to the team’s Michelin Endurance Cup ace, Jan Heylen.
Wright Motorsports’ Pat Long, Ryan Hardwick and Jan Heylen were left stunned by a Sebring 12 Hour GTD-class win that came despite the handicap of shock absorber failure at quarter distance.
The effects of the coronavirus pandemic on one of Wright Motorsports’ principal sponsors has forced the team to downsize for the remainder of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
Klaus Bachler and Anthony Imperato will join Ryan Hardwick and Patrick Long in Wright Motorsports’ Porsche 911 GT3 R for the 2020 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season opener, the Rolex 24 at Daytona.
Ryan Hardwick, Lamborghini Super Trofeo North American and World Champion, will join reigning IMSA GTD champion outfit Paul Miller Racing for the 2019 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
American Ryan Hardwick was crowned Lamborghini Super Trofeo AM class world champion with a third-place finish in Sunday’s World Finals races at Vallelunga.
American Ryan Hardwick came from third on the grid to take a superb victory in the first Lamborghini World Finals race for the Super Trofeo Am category at Vallelunga on Saturday afternoon.