IMSA Suspends Two Drivers

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Matteo Malucelli, driver of the No. 62 Ferrari in the GT Le Mans class was one of two drivers suspended by IMSA today. (IMSA Photo)
Matteo Malucelli, driver of the No. 62 Ferrari in the GT Le Mans class was one of two drivers suspended by IMSA today. (IMSA Photo)
Matteo Malucelli, driver of the No. 62 Ferrari in the GT Le Mans class was one of two drivers suspended by IMSA today. (IMSA Photo)

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Matteo Malucelli, driver of the No. 62 Ferrari in the GT Le Mans class, and Gaston Kearby, driver of the No. 87 Oreca Prototype Challenge entry, each have been suspended for one race and placed on probation for an additional race for their actions during the IMSA TUDOR United SportsCar Championship event at Sebring Int’l Raceway on March 15.

Determined to have violated Rule 48.4 (unjustifiable risk) of the IMSA Rules, Malucelli was penalized for an incident at turn one, involving multiple cars and Kearby for an incident at turn 16, also with multiple cars.