It was another strong IMSA season put together by Roman De Angelis and The Heart of Racing Team. The eleven-race season wrapped up this past weekend at Road Atalanta with the Mobil Petit Le Mans, and as the dust settled, Roman and new teammate for 2023 Marco Sorensen ended up in second place in all three categories.
Heading into the weekend, the Michelin Endurance Cup was still up for grabs for De Angelis, Sorensen, and endurance teammate Ian James to claim. Although they didn’t claim the trophy, their fifth-place finish was good enough to secure second in the standings to complete a trio of runner-up trophies.
In the overall Championship and Sprint Cup standings, De Angelis and Sorensen were in the mix for most of the year but unable to close the gap in the final few races of the season. Although De Angelis hoped to defend his 2022 title, the team still had great moments throughout the year, such as their Rolex 24 at Daytona Victory in January and Lime Rock victory later in the year.
Roman and the team are now looking ahead to 2024, where they hope to put together another strong season.
Roman De Angelis is a 20-year-old, multi-time champion racing driver from Windsor, Ontario Canada. In 2021 he’s piloting the #23 Heart of Racing / Aston Martin Racing, Aston Mark Vantage GT3 in the IMSA Weathertech Sportscar Championship GTD division. For inquiries, please contact email@example.com.