IMSA champion Taylor named ORECA LMP2 reserve at Le Mans

The 31-year-old American, who currently leads the IMSA standings with the Wayne Taylor Racing Acura squad run by his father, will be on site for the French endurance classic in August should any of the 19 teams running the LMP2 class’s numerically-dominant ORECA 07-Gibson package require a driver to step in at the last minute.
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