Team LNT and the second entry from Rebellion Racing have both been withdrawn from the entry list for the Six Hours of Spa-Francorchamps in August.
Rebellion had previously announced that the #3 Rebellion R13-Gibson would be driven at Spa by Romain Dumas, Louis Deletraz and Nathanael Berthon, but the Swiss squad has now scaled back to a single-car entry for the Belgian round of the championship.
Team LNT has meanwhile withdrawn both of its Ginetta G60-LT-P1 – AERs for the second race in a row after also skipping the previous round at Circuit of the Americas in February.
Joining the lone Rebellion and both Toyota TS050 Hybrids in the LMP1 class is ByKolles’s #4 ENSO CLM P1/01 – Gibson, with Tom Dillmann and Bruno Spengler confirmed as drivers.
LMP2 has seen its ranks boosted to ten cars thanks to a pair of one-off entries. Eurasia Motorsport will be entering its previously confirmed #35 Ligier JS P217-Gibson for Nobuya Yamanaka and Daniel Gaunt.
Nick Cassidy, who had previously been announced as part of their line-up, will likely not be appearing.
Algarve Pro Racing has entered one of its ORECA 07-Gibsons, with American driver John Falb as the only confirmed driver.
Entries for GTE Pro and GTE Am remain mostly unchanged. The line-up for the #98 Aston Martin Vantage AMR has seen a change as Augusto Farfus replaces Darren Turner, as the British marque announced earlier this month.