Ryan Hunter-Reay will participate in Viper’s return to the ALMS – and he’s looking forward to sharing the wheel of SRT's GTS-R with Dominik Farnbacher, Marc Goossens and Canada's Kuno Wittmer.
But for that, the IndyCar driver has to split his time between commitments to Andretti Autosport and Riley Technologies (the Viper's headquarters). If he’s putting the extra miles in, it’s because he intends to go the disance.
"I think it’s important to stay diversified. You need to have your skill set challenged all the time – always putting yourself in new environments," he said. "You have to adapt all the time, but if it has four wheels then I’ll drive it. I wish I could do it more."
And Hunter-Reay is no stranger to "diversity" – he won the P2 class at Sebring no later than in 2011.
"I’ve driven a few cars like the Viper – GT cars for Porsche and Ferrari," Hunter Reay added. "I’ve done it before and I’m ready for the challenge. [My] goal is to get to Le Mans in a prototype so hopefully that will happen at some point soon."