Moorespeed Withdraws From Sahlen's Six hrs of The Glen, Hardeman Released from Hospital

Moorespeed Withdraws From Sahlen's Six hrs of The Glen, Hardeman Released from Hospital


Moorespeed has withdrawn the No. 19 Bardahl/CAG Audi R8 LMS GT3 from Sunday’s IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship Sahlen's Six Hours of The Glen at Watkins Glen International. 


Driver Will Hardeman was transported to SUNY University Hospital in Syracuse following and incident in Friday practice. He was admitted for a concussion but later released Friday evening after observation.   


“I want to send a heartfelt thank you to the IMSA and Watkins Glen safety teams, the IMSA staff, rescue crews, doctors and hospital staff for my care yesterday after my crash,” Hardeman said. “I really appreciate everyone who has reached out to me, either directly or through other members of the Moorespeed team, to see how I was doing. I’m a little sore right now, but everything will be fine. I’m looking forward to getting back together with my Moorespeed team to get back out there.”


“First and foremost, we’re happy that Will is going to be fine,” Moorespeed President David Moore said. “At the end of the day, that’s what is most important to all of us. All of us at Moorespeed owe a big thank you to the team at Audi Sport, IMSA and the track and hospital staff for their support as we’ve worked through the weekend.”


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