After racing up Pikes Peak earlier this year Lexus is continuing to push the performance enevelope with its IS F CCS-R race car announcing that it will compete in this year’s 25 Hours of Thunderhill.
Lexus announced its team of drivers for this year’s endurance race, which also marks the first time the Japanese automaker has competed in the 25 Hours of Thunderhill. Piloting the IS F CCS-R will be Jeff Westphal, Ken Dobson and Tom Dyer. Westphal will be the leader of the team, who is well-known for setting nearly a dozen track records at tracks all over the country.
Dobson is a three-time class winner at the 25 Hours of Thunderhill and has also competed in various forms of motorsports including ALMS, Grand-Am and World Challenge. Lastly, Dyer is a full-time competitor in the past couple seasons in the Grand-Am Series in the ST and GS classes.
Considered the longest endurance road race in North America, the 25 Hours of Thunderhill will kick off this year on December 7.
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