That would mark a return to international competition after a year’s absence for the Rudi Penders-owned team, which reportedly will be fielding an ex-Pratt & Miller C7.R for Team AAI.
ProSpeed supported that team in a two-car Porsche GTE-Am entry this year at Le Mans.
If ProSpeed does compete, it would become the second customer Corvette C7.R team in the world, along with Larbre Competition’s GTE-Am entry in the FIA World Endurance Championship in 2015.
ProSpeed would be using one of the Corvette Racing chassis that ran in the 2015 TUDOR United SportsCar Championship, as the factory team will using updated, 2016-spec cars at Daytona in January.
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