Scott Dixon may have forged an enormously successful career racing in IndyCar, winning four titles and consistently featuring at the sharp end of the field, but that does not stop him seeking success in other disciplines such as sports car racing.

Dixon is a two-time winner at Daytona, tasting victory in 2006 and 2015, and will return this year with Ford Chip Ganassi Racing in the GTLM class. Dixon is also poised to appear at Le Mans once again this year with Ford, acting as the biggest accolade missing from his trophy cabinet.

It is impossible to overstate the ability that Dixon has, regardless of the car he finds himself behind. Richard Westbrook and Ryan Briscoe may both be highly talented, but Dixon will be the man to watch in the #67 Ford GT this weekend as he goes in search of a third Rolex watch.