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Trackside Tidbits – Mazda Raceway

Muscle Milk Team CytoSport, LMP2 class winners at the 12 Hours of Sebring, made a late driver change on Thursday afternoon. Team owner and driver Greg Pickett is unable to race this weekend citing heavy business commitments. The change marks a welcome return to the cockpit for Memo Gidley, who has driven with CytoSport before but never in the Porsche RS Spyder. This weekend is Gidley’s fourth start in ALMS. “I only did a...

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Hard Wall, But No Hard Feelings after Last Year’s Crash

< The above video is an upload of the last lap battle between Joerg Bergmeister and Jan Magnussen for the GT2 class victory at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in October 2009. The video was uploaded by user teambloom from the SPEEDTV race broadcast. *** The last time the American Le Mans Series raced here, ALMS fans witnessed memorable last lap battles between Gil de Ferran and Adrian Fernandez for the overall win and also in GT2 between...

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Mazda leads Friday morning practice

In Friday morning’s one-hour practice session of the American Le Mans Series race at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, there were far fewer incidents and much more green flag running with times dropping from where they were yesterday. The first and only red flag ended the session three minutes early, as Scott Sharp went off at Turn 3 in his Extreme Speed Motorsports Ferrari F430 GT. The lone Mazda powerplant in the field lived up to...

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CytoSport tops charts, changes drivers

For the first time this American Le Mans Series season, the Muscle Milk Team CytoSport Porsche RS Spyder topped the time sheets in testing. Klaus Graf was the quickest driver in Thursday evening’s two hour promoter test session, as the only driver to dip into the 1:15 range. Graf lapped the 2.238-mile Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca at 1:15.444. Graf’s team also made the headlines Thursday for a last-minute driver change. Citing...

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Flying Lizards Look For “Mo” at Laguna Seca

Momentum is a beautiful thing and here at the third stop of the 2010 American Le Mans Series the team carrying the most momentum is looking for even more. Since entering American Le Mans Series competition in 2004, team founder Seth Neiman’s Sonoma-based Flying Lizard squad has compiled a stunning record of success. With 16 wins, including past triumphs in the series cornerstone events, the Twelve Hours of Sebring and Petit Le...

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