Rebel Rock Racing officials have confirmed the team's 2021 plans. (IMSA Photo)
Rebel Rock Racing officials have confirmed the team's 2021 plans. (IMSA Photo)

Rebel Rock Racing Confirms IMSA Plans

DELAND, Fla. – Rebel Rock Racing officials have announced plans for the upcoming IMSA season.

The team will have continuity on its side as lead drivers Frank DePew and Robin Liddell will both return to pilot the No. 71 Urban Grid Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R during the upcoming IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge seson. 
Faced with a challenging Balance of Performance at the start of the 2021 season, the team managed to work through technical challenges and recovered from several on-track incidents, a mid-season break and even a driver illness to come away looking for better results in 2022. 

Rebel Rock won early in the campaign at Sebring Int’l Raceway and placed fourth in the penultimate round at Virginia Int’l Raceway, proving the competitiveness of the operation.
“We ended the season on a good note, knowing we had the potential to have a good result,” Liddell said. “We decided not to go to [WeatherTech Raceway] Laguna Seca to focus on finishing on a bit of a high, knowing it would give us momentum over the winter. More importantly, it also demonstrates to each of us how to be successful.” 

Rebel Rock Racing is pleased to have its program in place with the same key personnel returning to support the Chevrolet Camaro GT4 platform as the grid is expected to once again grow with more talented teams joining the fray. 
“We’re looking forward to next year, committed to next year,” Liddell said. “Frank has turned a corner this year in his race craft, as we saw at VIR, so that’s proof of what he can do. We’ll be ready for 2022.
“The plan is to come back next year and do a better job.”

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