TUSC: Five Audi R8 LMS cars selected for the first official TUSC 2014 entry list

Fall-Line Motorsports, Flying Lizard Motorsports, Paul Miller Racing and GMG Racing have all been accepted as entries for the 2014 TUSC season.

TUSC: Five Audi R8 LMS cars selected for the first official TUSC 2014 entry list

The first official 2014 TUDOR United SportsCar Championship entry list was released last night. No less than five Audi R8 LMS cars have been selected and included on the list.


The five Audi R8 LMS cars, entered from four different teams, comes as no surprise, but it is great to see all four of the Audi teams mentioned in recent weeks all making it onto the selected official entry list. Fall-Line Motorsports, Flying Lizard Motorsports, Paul Miller Racing and GMG Racing have all been accepted as entries for the 2014 TUSC season. Also worth noting is that all four teams, including all five cars, have been listed as full season competitors. The five Audi R8 LMS cars will be joining a current GT Daytona (GTD) field of twenty-one teams and twenty-eight race cars.

TUSC 2014 GTD entered Audi teams:

GMG Racing

#32 Audi R8 LMS
Drivers announced by the team so far: Alex Welch and James Sofronas

Flying Lizard Motorsports

#35 Audi R8 LMS
Drivers announced by the team so far: TBA


#45 Audi R8 LMS
Drivers announced by the team so far: TBA

Fall-Line Motorsports

#46 Audi R8 LMS
Drivers announced by the team so far: Charlie Putman and Charles Espenlaub

Paul Miller Racing

#48 Audi R8 LMS
Drivers announced by the team so far: Bryce Miller

The full selected entry list can be seen HERE

The 2014 TUDOR United SportsCar Championship is gearing up to be a very exciting season, with five confirmed and selected Audi R8 LMS cars from four different teams preparing to do battle.

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