Sports car veteran David Brabham says that a drive in GT racing this year is just as appealing as remaining in the prototype ranks.
The Le Mans 24 Hours winner raced a HPD for privateer team JRM in the World Endurance Championship last year with Peter Dumbreck and Karun Chandhok. Having yet to secure a deal for the 2013 season, the Australian said he was evaluating opportunities in the WEC and in North America, and that a top GT drive would also appeal to him.
"I have no plans at the moment, but I'm looking around for opportunities," he said at the AUTOSPORT International motorsports show in England. "Whether it's in U.S. or the WEC I don't mind. From a driving point of view I have lots left in me and I know what I can do in terms of contributing to a team.
"It's tough out there, especially in sports cars, and I'd be happy doing a GT program. I'll drive anything."
When questioned about the possibility of driving new Bentley Continental GT3, Brabham said: "It's a lovely-looking bit of kit. I've always had a soft spot for Bentley and had a nice time when I drove the LMP car for them at Le Mans in 2003."