Bryson Morris Gears Up for More Double-Duty Driving at the Glen

IMSA drivers prepare for another busy weekend at the lengthy Watkins Glen International, a 3.450-mile-long track in the greenery of Upstate New York. Returning to the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge this weekend is driver Bryson Morris, alongside his co-driver in the #77 Bryan Herta Autosport (BHA) Hyundai Elantra N TCR, Taylor Hagler.

The two have produced consistent top-ten results in the series and hope this weekend will bring a podium finish in Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen on Sunday, June 23. Their last race at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car course resulted in an eighth-place finish after a four-hour endurance race.

“I’m looking forward to getting back behind the wheel of the BHA machine with Taylor,” explained Morris. “We’ve been working hard alongside the team this season, and we are ready to see some results from all that work. We’ve had a few setbacks here and there but are hoping for a smooth weekend in New York.”

Morris will also participate in the third round of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America season, returning with ANSA Motorsports in the #30 Lamborghini he has piloted in the last two rounds. With podium results to his name this season, Morris will be looking to add to his results resume.

Morris added, “I’m looking forward to a busy weekend in the Michelin Pilot Challenge and the next Lamborghini Super Trofeo round. It’ll be a long weekend, but the track time will be beneficial.”

Along with the rest of the ANSA Motorsports crew, Morris and his driving team will take part in two Super Trofeo races over the weekend.

You can find Bryson Morris’s full weekend schedule here. A live stream for all the races at Watkins Glen International this weekend can be found at

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