Dempsey Racing remains committed to its goal of returning to the 24 Hours of Le Mans as soon as next year with its P2 effort. Dempsey and Foster anchored a ninth-place GT2 finish in a Ferrari in their Le Mans debut in 2009 and have been determined to get back to the Circuit de la Sarthe ever since.
"For us, it is always about running at the best and iconic tracks on the global motorsports stage and this new merger will certainly provide that for North America," Foster said. "Unifying sports car racing in the United States can only be a good thing. Our hope is that this move generates future stability for American sports car racing, and that there always remains a credible path for U.S. teams to race domestically and abroad with similar machinery. We hope that the future series can include the best of both worlds in terms of venues and operational style."
Next up for Dempsey Racing is the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series is the Continental Tire Sports Car Festival at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, September 7 - 9.