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Tag Archives: American LeMans Series

– Le Mans record winner to become representative and partner of Audi
– Last race on November 30 in WEC finale in Brazil
– Head of Audi Motorsport Dr. Ullrich: “We’re happy that Tom Kristensen has been and continues to be an ‘Audian.’”

One of the really big names in sports is retiring: Le Mans record winner Tom Kristensen will contest his last race as a professional race driver in São Paulo (Brazil) at the end of November. The 47-year-old Dane will be retained by the brand with the four rings as a representative and partner of Audi Sport. Read More »

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– Le Mans 24 Hour fans’ favourite to take on second ever race at Petit Le Mans
– Demand for ground-breaking racing car’s return high after heart-breaking exit from Le Mans in June
– Lucas Ordonez, graduate of Nissan’s unique GT Academy, to race at Petit Le Mans alongside American Le Mans Series PC class champion Gunnar Jeannette
– DeltaWing could race as part of American Le Mans Series from 2013
– Tyre manufacturer Michelin returns as team partner Read More »

The most significant development in the history of sports car racing in North America was announced today, with plans for a landmark merger of GRAND-AM Road Racing and the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) unveiled at Daytona International Speedway.

Under terms of the merger, the following entities will combine with GRAND-AM: the American Le Mans Series; the International Motor Sports Association, which sanctions ALMS events; the Road Atlanta race track facility in Braselton, Ga.; the Chateau Elan Hotel and Conference Center in Sebring, Fla.; and Sebring International Raceway, via a reassignment of the lease agreement with the Sebring Airport Authority to operate the raceway. Read More »