At the 2024 Rolex 24 at Daytona, the No. 66 Acura was the only NSX in the 59-car field, and this was likely the last time we'll see one compete at the Rolex 24 event where it had debuted. Scroll through for images of the Acura NSX GT3 Evo22 in action.
The No. 66 Acura NSX GT3 Evo22 is owned by Gradient Racing, based in Austin, Texas.
Four drivers piloted the Acura NSX GT3, including Katherine Legge, Tatiana Calderón, Stevan McAleer, and Sheena Monk.
The NSX GT3 Evo22 will continue to be homologated until 2029, but 2024 is likely its last season competing in IMSA.
The No. 66 Gradient Racing NSX was the only NSX in this year's 59-car field.
The No. 66 Gradient Racing Acura NSX GT3 Evo22 started the 24-hour endurance race from P3 in its class.
Eventually, an electrical issue would creep up on the team, causing throttle issues that would lead to the car's retirement.
There are 10 races left in IMSA for the No. 66 Gradient Racing Acura NSX GT3 Evo22 to accomplish big things.
Honda Racing Corporation brought three trailers to support Acura and Honda Teams for the race weekend.
Late last year, Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) USA replaced Honda Performance Development (HPD) as the fresh structure for Honda’s global racing program.
The Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway was a hard fought battle by the Gradient Racing team.
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