Glickenhaus Racing has given a series of updates on the state of its 007 LMH programme, which is set to make its racing debut at the Eight Hours of Portimao in June.
The twin-turbo V8 Hypercar recently passed the required aero homologation test, meaning it is now eligible to compete in the FIA World Endurance Championship.
As preparation for the team’s world championship debut continues, the team is planning to send both cars to Spain’s Motorland Aragon circuit for further testing.
At Aragon, car #708 will complete the 30-hour endurance tes while the #709 car will receive the first shakedown test before the Portimao round.
It is understood that the team will enter a single car into the eight-hour enduro, as the #708 chassis will undergo a rebuild following testing and instead, the #709 will make its racing debut.
The American privateer has also outlined a pair of public appearances for its Le Mans Hypercar outside of the FIA World Endurance Championship.
The #708 007 LMH will feature at the Nürburgring 24 Hours on June 3-6 for a demonstration lap before also appearing at the Goodwood Festival of Speed on July 8-11, where it will take part in the traditional hillclimb.