RySpec Racing and Danny Dyszelski Ink Deal for 2024 Program

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Already confirmed in a USF Pro 2000 program for next season, 2023 Pro 1500 Vice-Champion Danny Dyszelski will be back in the Radical Cup North America competition in 2024 with Richard Yin’s RySpec Racing team.

“The RySpec team runs a top-notch program and they have won multiple Radical championships,” explained Dyszelski. “His program is rapidly expanding, and I am very happy to be a small piece to the growing puzzle for 2024.”

Already competing and winning at RySpec Racing, Dyszelski competed in both a six-hour enduro and a 90-minute sprint race last weekend at the PBOC Winterfest winning both. After qualifying first in class and eighth overall for the enduro, Dyszelski co-drove with Johan Schwartz to stand on the top of the class podium, and second overall. On the sprint side of the effort, the newly minted RySpec competitor qualified fifth out of 22 before adding another victory to his resume.

“Danny is an amazing driver and he’s shown that with many wins in both his Radical and open-wheel racing last season,” added Yin. “At a young age, he’s had a lot of success, and we hope to keep pushing the needle forward in 2024. We came together a few weeks ago with the goal of getting Danny as much seat time as possible to adapt to driving a large GT car as opposed to his normal lightweight prototype and formula car racing. It was clear after just a few practice sessions that Danny was comfortable with the change of pace and was able to fight for a top-three finish in the six-hour.”

While not confirmed for a full Radical Cup North America schedule, Dyszelski will see action on weekends that do not conflict with his already announced USF Pro 2000 efforts. Looking to focus on one class per weekend to better his on-track performances, Dyszelski will also take part in additional GT events with RySpec Racing this season with announcements coming soon.

Dyszelski continued, “The goal is to win and get team points for RySpec Racing in 2024, but also have an increased focus on my performances each race weekend. While 2023 was good, as a driver I want to constantly develop and can’t wait to get started with Richard and get on track more.”

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