Glickenhaus Still Doesn't Have Enough Funding To Fly To The Middle East Or Japan

Image: Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus
Image: Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus

Now at the end of its third season in the World Endurance Championship, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus seems to be faring no better than it did in its rookie season. The team ran a single car in the series this year, with a second customer car joining for Le Mans. As with previous seasons, SCG has skipped the flyaway Middle East and Asian rounds citing prohibitive costs and a lack of sponsorship.

Funding is limited, results are few, and the compromised non-hybrid design of the SCG 007 LMH is making pace difficult to find. The team found a pair of podiums in 2022, finishing well behind the only other LMH class competing Toyotas. In 2023, however, it is getting handily trounced by new factory efforts from Porsche, Ferrari, Peugeot, and Cadillac, in addition to the Toyotas. SCG has seen a season-best finish of sixth at Le Mans.


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