The father-and-son duo of Juan Pablo and Sebastian Montoya are out of the Twelve Hours of Sebring with three hours of racing completed.
The #21 DragonSpeed ORECA 07-Gibson was in leading position when the elder Montoya, having just taken the car over from his son, became involved in a multi-car incident.
The crash was triggered by a spin for the #6 Muehlner Motorsports America Duqueine D08-Nissan of Alec Udell at turn one. Udell spun into the middle of the track, leaving a speeding Montoya no room to avoid him.
The 2019 DPi champion subsequently hit both the LMP3 car and the #1 Paul Miller Racing BMW M4 GT3 of Erik Johansson, heavily damaging the front of the car.
Both Udell and Montoya were unable to continue, while Johansson recovered the car to the pits and has gone behind the wall.
Mike Conway leads the race overall in the #31 Whelen Engineering Cadillac DPi-VR, having taken the car over from Tristan Nunez mere moments before the caution came out.
Stoffel Vandoorne sits in second place in the #60 Meyer Shank Racing Acura, followed by Will Stevens in the #10 Wayne Taylor Racing Acura ARX-05 and Richard Westbrook in the #5 Cadillac.
The #48 Ally Cadillac, which had been in a leading position, has dropped out of the podium places after Kamui Kobayashi had to serve two consecutive penalties for wheel rotation on the jacks and a pitlane speed limit breach.
Giedo van der Garde has inherited the lead in LMP2 for Racing Team Nederland, while Kay van Berlo leads the LMP3 class in the #74 Riley Motorsports Ligier JS P320-Nissan.
Corvette Racing leads GTD Pro with the #3 Corvette C8.R in the hands of Jordan Taylor ahead of Marco Mapelli’s #63 TR3 Racing Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo.
The #62 Risi Competizione Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo, which started the race from pole, has fallen out of contention after a power steering issue.
Alegra Motorsports leads GTD in a Mercedes one-two, as the #28 Mercedes-AMG GT3 Evo driven by Michael de Quesada heads the class from the #57 Winward Racing Mercedes of Marvin Dienst.