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IMSA: LMDh Regs “Very Close” to Completion


IMSA VP of Competition Simon Hodgson provides update on LMDh regulations…

IMSA has confirmed that the LMDh regulations are "very close" to completion, with work ongoing between the U.S. sanctioning body, the ACO and the four approved LMDh/LMP2 constructors in recent weeks via videoconferencing.

Announced at Daytona in January, plans were in place to reveal the draft set of regulations for global prototype convergence last weekend at the ‘Super Sebring’ event, which was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

While having led to delays in the finalization of the regulations, progress has continued to be made in the form of video teleconferences between the involved parties.

According to IMSA’s VP of Competition Simon Hodgson, who spoke during Tuesday’s WeatherTech SportsCar Championship stakeholder teleconference, IMSA and the ACO have maintained their target of releasing the draft set of regulations as soon as possible.

"There’s been ongoing work with regard to the LMDh technical regulations," Hodgson said.

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