The big question at Petit Le Mans: Who is coming back next year?
Muscle Milk Picket Racing (MMPR) made the news of their Tudor United Sports Car championship (TUSC) exit official this morning.
The Tudor United Sports Car Series continues to lose P2 cars as the DP teams take all the glory in the newly formed series.
This year's Rolex 24 at Daytona carries with it more uncertainties than simply who will win on Sunday afternoon.
New car, new engine, new tires, new series, new track, new challenges, a couple of new drivers - to accompany the familiar faces of back to back American Le Mans Series Champions Klaus Graf and Lucas Luhr - and, most importantly, new competition.
The Daytona Prototype teams have been invited back to test their cars with an updated aero and tire package.
Costs will increase significantly for DP teams for next years inaugural TUDOR United SportCar Championship.
First real look in real time at the performance difference of P2 and DP, now what happens next?