Lexus IS F CCS-R To Race in 2013 NASA 25-Hours of Thunderhill

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This year, Lexus will make its debut in the National Auto Sport Association (NASA) 25-Hours of Thunderhill race in Willows, California.
The endurance race which takes place between 7-8 December is considered the longest endurance road race in North America and Lexus will debut with a team of three professional drivers competing on the IS F CCS-R race car.

Jeff Westphal will be the leader of the Lexus team at Thunderhill. He is well-known for setting nearly a dozen track records all over the country and has been one of the quickest drivers in his class in previous 25 Hours of Thunderhill.

Ken Dobson is the second driver in the team and he is a three-time class winner at the 25 Hours of Thunderhill and has also raced in American Le Mans Series (ALMS), Grand-Am and World Challenge.

The team gets completed by Tom Dyer, a full-time competitor during the past couple seasons in the Grand-Am Continental Tire Challenge series in the ST and GS categories.
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