WINTER PARK, Fla. – Ryan Dalziel has added to his already busy 2020 sports car season after signing on to drive for DXDT Racing in the GT World Challenge America.
It was also announced earlier this week that Dalziel will drive for Tower Motorsports by Starworks in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship LMP2 class next season.
His deal to drive for DXDT Racing will see Dalziel share a Mercedes AMG GT3 Evo in the Pro/Am class with team owner David Askew. The championship will consist of two races per event, each 90 minutes long with two drivers splitting the duties behind the wheel with a mandatory minimum drive time.
“It feels great to have secured two solid programs for next year.” said Dalziel. “After a not very successful 2019, I am very much looking forward to getting myself back to consistent podiums, wins and ultimately a championship or two. I am extremely excited about both programs, working with some of the best people in the business. I’m really grateful to Peter Baron (Starworks Motorsport), John Farano (Tower Motorsports), and David Askew (DXDT Racing) for continuing to have faith in my abilities after a character building, but not very successful 2019 season.”
In his spare time, Dalziel will continue his coaching program with Fall-Line Motorsports, as well as manage his online race car coach resource, RaceCarCoaches.com.