Nick Tandy, Mathieu Jaminet, and Felipe Nasr will share driving duties in the No. 75 Porsche 963 LMDh hybrid prototype for the 2023 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Nick Tandy, a British driver, has a wealth of experience thanks to his ten previous attempts at the world's greatest endurance race. He won the 2015 championship driving a Porsche 919 Hybrid. Jaminet, a Frenchman, will be making his second appearance at the Circuit des 24 Heures race this June. The hometown hero completed his first laps in a Porsche 911 RSR at Le Mans in 2019. Nasr, a Brazilian, will be making his fourth appearance at the Sarthe.
The No. 5 Porsche 963 is driven by Americans Dane Cameron and Michael Christensen of Denmark and Frédéric Makowiecki of France. The No. 6 sister car is driven by Frenchman Kévin Estre, Belgian Laurens Vanthoor, and German three-time overall winner André Lotterer. Hertz Team JOTA, a customer team, has chosen Portuguese works driver António Félix da Costa, British driver Will Stevens, and Chinese driver Yifei Ye to pilot the No. 38 car. The Asian region's Porsche branch is backing the Chinese driver.
The 24 Hours of Le Mans has been held for a century, an on June 10 and 11, the 91st edition will be fought over. Porsche is competing against brands like Ferrari, Cadillac, Toyota, and Peugeot in the new Hypercar category.