At the centennial race in 2023, Action Express Racing will compete in their first Le Mans 24 Hours.
On a grid of premier prototypes that will number well into double digits, the team's new full-season IMSA Cadillac V-LMDH GTP car will join the full-season grid of FIA WEC hypercars along with any prospective additions from factory teams.
Cadillac Racing will only have one full-season FIA WEC car for 2023, but Chip Ganassi Racing is anticipated to ask for a second car as well, potentially giving Cadillac a three-car top-class lineup.
The Action Express Cadillac will join the other two IMSA automatic invitees; Ryan Hardwick has previously announced that he will join Proton Competition via his auto-invitation beginning in 2022, and John Farano is debuting his own Tower Motorsports LMP2 squad at Le Mans.
Even though it hasn't been confirmed, Jim France, the man who founded IMSA, owns the Action Express team, which is anticipated to run Pipo Derani and Alexander Sims for the entire season, along with Jack Aitken, who joined the squad for the Enduro series, at Le Mans.
Along with works participation from Ferrari, Glickenhaus, Peugeot, Porsche, and Toyota, the anticipated trio of Cadillacs will likely be joined by privateer Porsche efforts from JOTA and Proton Competition.