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Christmas in Texas for prototype fans
Sep14

Christmas in Texas for prototype fans

Fans of Prototype sports cars will have plenty of Prototype entries to choose from here at the Lone Star Le Mans. Between the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and the FIA World Endurance Championship there will be four different styles of Prototypes competing at The Circuit of The Americas this weekend. IMSA PROTOTYPE Three of the four Prototype combinations compete in the WeatherTech Championship, where the top Prototype class...

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Ford’s IMSA & WEC assault
Sep13

Ford’s IMSA & WEC assault

  While the US and UK Ford teams came together at Le Mans for the brand’s assault on the 24 Hours, this weekend at the Circuit of The Americas will showcase the Ford GT for fans in two separate series. The cars are the same, the engines are the same – they even have the same numbers on the side. But the challenges facing Ford in the FIA World Endurance Championship and the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship are quite unqiue....

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Hot stuff in Texas for LM P1 stars
Sep12

Hot stuff in Texas for LM P1 stars

The pace will be hot and so will the weather but will the rain be a deciding factor this week at the Circuit of The Americas as the FIA World Endurance Championship heads to Texas. This weekend the Austin venue will play host to both the FIA WEC and the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship – two vital rounds in their respective points battles. Temperatures in excess of 90+ degrees are predicted this week with humidity as high as 75...

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Davidson eyes return at “physical” COTA
Sep08

Davidson eyes return at “physical” COTA

Toyota LM P1 ace Anthony Davidson is looking forward to returning to FIA World Endurance Championship action next weekend at Circuit of The Americas after a rib injury forced him out of action in Mexico. A crash in testing in Europe recently gave the ex-Formula 1 driver damaged ribs and after trying the Toyota in Thursday morning testing, the diminutive Brit elected to give himself more time to recover before tackling the Texas race....

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Porsche win thriller in Mexico
Sep04

Porsche win thriller in Mexico

The No.1 Porsche of Mark Webber, Brendon Hartley and Timo Bernhard took victory at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez today after a classic battle not only against rivals Audi and Toyota but the weather, heavy traffic and altitude. All three LM P1 factory brands – Porsche, Audi and Toyota – had a single car on the podium after the six hour battle which came down to a battle nerves against mother nature as another rain shower...

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Audi score pole in Mexico
Sep02

Audi score pole in Mexico

Audi has scored pole position for the Six Hours of Mexico with Lucas di Grassi and Loic Duval combining to take the top spot for the No.8 R18. The Brazilian and Frenchman will combine tomorrow with Brit Olivier Jarvis at the front of the grid after setting a time of 1:25.069. Neel Jani and Marc Leib were second fastest for Porsche a mere .042 of a second adrift. “It is really tricky. We have very little downforce because of the air so...

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