Turner Motorsport is campaigning 2 cars in class GS and 2 in class GT. The #96 #97 GS and #93 #94 GT cars have been on track today and yesterday and all drivers have had a chance to get behind the wheel.
Warm-up for Day 1 of Daytona testing
Turner is reporting the cars are running OK. GT cars have been in the top half of the field. Will Turner posted: "Nice sunny day here in Daytona. Cars running OK. Those Porsches sure are fast though!"
GS cars, especially #96 have been running good. Quick in practice and running Top 3 in class! The Turner cars are moving up through the field as the crews are working to optimize the setup and brake pad compounds.
The #93 GT car out on track
With continuous setup improvements, the Turner cars have been
moving up through the field over the testing weekend
Werner mentioned that "the car requires more physical energy" compared to other cars he has driven. He also felt that "the steering and shifting are a lot heavier than Le Mans cars" he has driven in other 24 hour races.
Turner's impressive "Great Eight" driver lineup
We will continue following Turner in the Rolex 24 and will have more insight straight from the drivers and crew.
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