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TEAM FALKEN TIRE WINS FINAL ALMS PETIT LE MANS

Saturday evening at Road Atlanta, Team Falken Tire was victorious at the 16th Annual Petit Le Mans, the final running of the American Le Mans Series. Starting sixth and running a formally retired 2010 Porsche 911 GT3 RSR, the team pushed through an intense 9:37:06 hours of racing to finish on the top step of … Continue reading

WEATHERTECH RACING WINS ALMS GTC CHAMPIONSHIP AT PETIT LE MANS

Cooper MacNeil and Jeroen Bleekemolen raced their way to the 2013 American Le Mans Series (ALMS) GTC Championship today at Road Atlanta’s Petit Le Mans finishing fourth to secure the GTC Championship for the second year in a row. MacNeil (Hinsdale, Ill.) and teammate Jeroen Bleekemolen (Monte Carlo) were joined by brother Sebastian Bleekemolen (Netherlands) … Continue reading

SWEEDLER, KEEN AND MOWLEM RACE TO 9th PLACE FINISH IN THE LAST ALMS PETIT LE MANS

Bill Sweedler, Leh Keen and Johnny Mowlem drove the Team West/Alex Job Racing Ferrari to a ninth place finish in the final edition of the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta today. Keen (Charleston, SC) started the No. 23 Team West/AJR 458 GT and was able to run as high … Continue reading

THE DELTAWING TEAM FINISHES ON THE PODIUM AT THE FINAL ALMS RACE

The revolutionary DeltaWing coupe once again showed its prowess in difficult conditions, handling the changing weather with ease and taking the team to a P1 class podium finish in the final American Le Mans Series race, Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta. A good result was important to the DeltaWing team: not only is this … Continue reading

ALMS, DISAPPOINTING END TO A WONDERFUL SEASON FOR PICKETT RACING

After claiming eight wins in a row this season, out of 10 races, the Muscle Milk Pickett Racing team saw their final event of 2013 come to an early end on Saturday during the Petit Le Mans. The team was forced to retire from a one-lap lead due to an overheating problem on their Muscle … Continue reading

ALMS, BMW TEAM RLL PETIT LE MANS RACE REPORT

BMW Team RLL finished second and fourth in today’s American Le Mans Series Petit Le Mans. The 16th annual1000-mile race, held at Road Atlanta in Braselton, GA, concluded the debut season for the new BMW Z4 GTE with BMW finishing second in the GT class Manufacturer’s standings and BMW Team RLL second in the Team standings. … Continue reading

ALMS, FLYING LIZARD ON POLE AT PETIT LE MANS

Spencer Pumpelly took pole position for Flying Lizard Motorsports in today’s 15-minute GTC qualifying session, setting a lap time of 1:24.118 in the Venezuela / eSilicon / UIS No 45 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car. Teammate Nelson Canache Jr. will handle starting duties, with Madison Snow completing the lineup. Seth Neiman qualified 8th in class … Continue reading

ALMS, PETIT LE MANS P2 POLE FOR ESM PATRON

Extreme Speed Motorsports (ESM) captured its first P2 pole position in the American Le Mans Series Presented By Tequila Patron today during Petit Le Mans qualifying. David Brabham earned ESM’s second consecutive first-place starting position at Road Atlanta and third pole for the Florida-based team.  Following a rain-filled Thursday, qualifying took place under the best weather conditions … Continue reading

ALMS, DYSON RACING PETIT LE MANS QUALIFYING REPORT

 It was a bifurcated qualifying effort for Dyson Racing today for the 16th Annual Petit Le Mans Powered by Mazda. Chris Dyson was on his third lap of qualifying when the brakes locked up going into turn 10a. A flat-spotted rear tire was replaced and Tony Burgess got in the car. He had yet to … Continue reading

ALMS, CORE AUTOSPORT QUALIFIES P3 AND P8 AT PETIT LE MANS

In the final qualifying session of the 2013 American Le Mans Series season, CORE autosport qualified third on the Prototype Challenge grid and eighth on the GT grid for Saturday’s 1,000-mile Petit Le Mans race. Following a full day of practice in the rain at Road Atlanta on Thursday, dry conditions prevailed for today’s qualifying … Continue reading

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