Robert Wickens Eyes IMSA WeatherTech Series for Resurgence in Racing Career

Robert Wickens Eyes IMSA WeatherTech Series for Resurgence in Racing Career

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Reigning IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge TCR champion Robert Wickens is keen on returning to top level motorsport with an eye on the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship for the 2025 season. The Canadian paraplegic spoke to selected media ahead of this week’s IMSA round at the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (CTMP). He said: “In terms of ambitions, […]

The Canadian paraplegic race driver shared his aspirations with select media before this week’s IMSA round at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. He expressed his desire to return to elite motorsport, particularly aiming for the IMSA WeatherTech series. Despite his love for the Michelin Pilot Challenge with Hyundai, his heart drives him towards the WeatherTech series. He mentioned the possibility of racing in multiple IMSA championships in a single weekend, not ruling out the Michelin Pilot Challenge if he can’t move to WeatherTech. Wickens, who returned to racing following his paraplegic state after an IndyCar accident in 2018, aims to achieve success in high-level motorsport, such as IMSA WeatherTech, Formula E, WEC, or IndyCar for the upcoming year. Wickens and his teammate have been competitive in the TCR class with three podium finishes this season, seeking their first victory at CTMP and defending their TCR championship. Wickens is eyeing a return to the WeatherTech championship, especially for events like the Daytona 24 Hours and the 12 Hours of Sebring, after facing an unfinished challenge at Daytona in 2017.

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