Barazi's RSRs for British GT

Barazi, who has already committed to the Le Mans Endurance Series, will take delivery of a brand-new 2005-specification RSR early next year to run alongside the existing car which raced at the LMES season finale Spa 1000kms in September

Barazi's RSRs for British GT

Preparation specialist Alec Dudfield will be in charge of running the RSRs under the In2 Racing banner, and the team is also set to run up to two GT Cup-specification Porsche GT3 Cup cars alongside the N-GT cars. Dudfield said: "We're looking to build the team up in the next few years, and as well as the endurance format in the LMES the British sprint format appeals to us a great deal.

"We should have a good chance of running at the front in Britain, although there are several very good, experienced teams in there. It's an exciting time for the team as we look to build experience in the international sportscar arena."

Although no drivers have yet been confirmed, Days of Thunder front-runner Michael Vergers is in the running to partner Barazi in the team's lead car. Dudfield said: "We have a lot of drivers who've run with us in Radicals who want to move up. The Cup cars may well suit them as it is a chance to run at a higher level in a low-pressure environment."

In addition to the Porsches, Dudfield will continue to field cars in selected Radical races, while Barazi is set to continue in the Classic Endurance Racing Challenge in his exquisite pace-setting Porsche 917.

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