Jeroen Bleekemolen has said he wants to continue his clean sweep of 24-hour race wins with a first victory in Daytona, as he prepares for the Rolex 24 with the TI Automotive/ViperExchange.com Dodge team.

The 33-year-old has Le Mans, Nurburgring and Dubai 24-hour victories to his name but the Rolex 24 at the Daytona International Speedway has eluded him.

This weekend the Dutchman will compete in a Dodge Viper GT3-R and is aiming to take his maiden win at the prestigious event and give himself the best possible start in the 2015 North American Endurance Cup series.

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"The Rolex 24 is one of the most historic 24 hour races in the world," Jeroen Bleekemolen said. "I have won Le Mans, Nurburgring and the 24 Hours of Dubai but Daytona is still missing. I have finished second by nine seconds once so only a win will really satisfy me."

Bleekemolen will co-drive alongside his brother Sebastiaan, Marc Goossens and Ben Keating in the number 33 car. The Bleekemolen brothers both have experience in Vipers after racing in GT competitions as well as last year's debut at the Rolex 24.

"For me, it's my second Daytona, both in the Viper" Sebastiaan Bleekemolen said. "The atmosphere is great, completely different than any other 24-hour race. I think it's a special track with extremely high speeds, so you always need to focus a bit extra. And the competition is fantastic. Usually the top three are still in the lead lap after 24 hours of racing."