IMSA Racer’s Comeback: Dane Cameron’s Return to American Prototype Competition

Dane Cameron has returned to the IMSA SportsCar Championship with Porsche after being retrieved by the Penske-run operation from its World Endurance Championship line-up. This move aligns with Cameron’s strong background as one of the world’s finest sportscar racers, including his previous collaborations with Action Express Racing. Cameron’s vast experience makes him a key asset to Penske’s Porsche 963 project. He is now reunited with Felipe Nasr in Porsche’s #7 IMSA GTP 963. Dane claims that the previous year was a big learning curve for the team, but they made good strides. He’s optimistic about the progress and the natural sync of the cars. The absence of performance balancing between car types in IMSA also makes him hopeful for a smoother season. The article also touches on Porsche’s plans to sign Josef Newgarden and emphasizes the team’s high expectations for the season.

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