Glickenhaus Racing has revealed their FIA World Endurance Championship debuting #709 SCG 007 LMH as a complete build, in the marque’s colours.
Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus are making their first step onto the world championship platform and into the FIA WEC’s new Hypercar category.
The #709 will participate at a shakedown test next week at Motorland Aragon and will then debut at the second round of the Season 9 schedule at Portimão.
The livery features the brand’s traditional colours of white, red and black colours throughout and will be added with finishing details such as the Hypercar kick-plate on the side.
Its sister #708 will take part in a 30-hour test before heading to the third round at Monza, then the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Before the six-hour race, it will feature in guest appearances at the Nurburgring 24 Hours and the Goodwood Festival of Speed in July.
The driver crew for the #709 was already confirmed with Ryan Briscoe, Romain Dumas, and Richard Westbrook set to take the wheel at the 8 Hours of Portimão.
Glickenhaus’ debuting machine will be the championship’s second ‘Le Mans Hypercar’ after Toyota GAZOO Racing took part in the opening round at Spa.
Between the Le Mans Daytona Hypercar and the LMH, ByKolles and Ferrari are the current known outfits pursuing an endurance racer built from scratch as opposed to the LMDh’s mostly specification composition.
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