High Class Racing has confirmed the line-up for its second car entered into the 24 Hours of Le Mans, featuring Marco Sorensen and Ricky Taylor.
Sorensen and Taylor will partner team regular Dennis Andersen aboard the #20 ORECA 07-Gibson.
The Danish squad is entering a pair of cars into the French endurance classic, with the sister car set to be driven by Kevin and Jan Magnussen alongside Anders Fjordbach.
Sorensen, notably, will make his first start at Le Mans in anything other than an Aston Martin GTE car. The 2020 GTE Pro world champion has six consecutive Le Mans start to his name, all of which have been in the GTE Pro category with the British manufacturer.
The Dane has not featured in the FIA World Endurance Championship this season after Aston Martin’s factory GTE Pro effort was shut down at the end of 2020.
All but one of the drivers employed by Aston Martin at the 2020 edition of the race have found seats elsewhere for this year’s edition of the French classic.
Winners Maxime Martin and Alex Lynn have signed up with HubAuto Corsa’s GTE Pro effort and United Autosports’ LMP2 team respectively, while Richard Westbrook will likely be involved with Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus for its two-car Hypercar effort.
Nicki Thiim, Sorensen’s former team-mate, was meanwhile confirmed earlier on Tuesday in NorthWest AMR’s GTE Am line-up.
Taylor, meanwhile, will make his seventh start at Le Mans. The Rolex 24 winner last raced at Le Mans in 2019 as part of the Jackie Chan DC Racing operation, but has previously also raced for Corvette Racing.