Glickenhaus Racing has finalized the line-up for its two-car Hypercar effort at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The team has opted to effectively swap out Gustavo Menezes in favor of Ryan Briscoe. Menezes, who raced for the team at Monza, is not featured in the six-man crew, while Briscoe has been placed back in after not racing for the team at Monza.
Briscoe partners Richard Westbrook and Romain Dumas aboard the #709 007 LMH, reforming the squad that made the team’s debut at Portimao.
Franck Mailleux, meanwhile, has been moved over to the #708 car, where he partners Pipo Derani and Olivier Pla.
The remainder of the entry list remains largely unchanged from previous versions, with a few notable changes in the GTE Am category.
IMSA ace Robby Foley and Rodrigo Sales will partner Thomas Neubauer aboard the #66 JMW Motorsport Ferrari 488 GTE Evo.
Herberth Motorsport have made the switch from Ferrari to Porsche machinery, as the team is now entering the #69 Porsche 911 RSR-19 for Robert Renauer, Rolf Ineichen and Ralf Bohn.
Proton Competition has meanwhile completed the line-up for its #99 Porsche, as Gianluca Giraudi and Felipe Fernandez-Laser will partner Patrick Long.
Finally, a notable change in LMP2 have seen both Narain Karthikeyan and Arjun Maini removed from the line-up for the #74 Racing Team India Eurasia Ligier JS P217-Gibson.
As a result, the team features no more Indian drivers, with James Winslow, John Corbett and Tom Cloet now scheduled to drive at Le Mans for the only Ligier entry in the field.