IMSA has provided a look at the entry lists for the TUDOR SportsCar Championship's pair of performance benchmarking tests set for Sebring on Nov. 16-17 and Daytona on Nov. 19-20.
More teams are expected to be added to the list as three cars for Sebring and six for Daytona are currently listed.
For Sebring, one of Extreme Speed Motorsport's HPD ARX-03bs is registered with drivers Ed Brown, Scott Sharp, Ryan Dalziel and Johannes van Overbeek serving as the first confirmed car in the Prototype category.
Two entries in the GT Daytona class, with Magnus Racing's John Potter and Andy Lally in their new Porsche GT America, and Rolex GT champions Scuderia Corsa, with Alessandro Balzan and Olivier Beretta piloting their Ferrari F458, will take part.
Daytona's entry list features three Prototypes, with Brown and Dalziel in ESM's P2 HPD, Gustavo Yacaman in an 8Star Motorsports Corvette DP, and the Highway To Help Riley-BMW with Jim Pace and Byron Defoor listed.
8Star has a second car set for Daytona in the PC category with team owner Enzo Potolicchio and the returning Sean Rayhall sharing the cockpit.
GT Daytona has Magnus and Scuderia Corsa on the entry list as well, with Toni Vilander joining the Ferrari team serving as the only change.
It's believed more Prototypes, including the DeltaWing, will expand the field at both tests. The same is expected for PC, GT Le Mans and GT Daytona.