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Risi’s “Family Reunion”

Risi Competizione is pulling out all the stops in their quest to capture the drivers’ and teams’ championship while also helping to secure the prestigious manufacturer’s championship for Ferrari. For the fourth time in five races this season, the team has entered its second car to aid their main No. 62 F430 GT. For Jaime Melo, this weekend sees all three of his co-drivers from the 2008, ’09 and ’10...

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CytoSport, Risi Lead Wet Lime Rock Morning Practice

After four races contested in Florida, California (twice) and Utah, the first session on the East Coast this season for the American Le Mans Series ran entirely in the wet. Still, the 30 cars at Lime Rock Park this weekend managed to navigate the 1.53-mile road course almost entirely without incident. Just one red flag interrupted the one-hour session. Compared to last year’s pole positions, times were more than 15 seconds...

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Ferrari, Porsche, BMW Interlocked into Lime Rock

An incredibly tight American Le Mans Series GT championship battle heads  into the midway point of the season at Lime Rock Park.  Fresh from their second win of 2010, Risi Ferrari’s Jaime Melo and Gianmaria “Gimmi” Bruni have jumped to the top of the drivers’ championship on 75 points, two clear of Flying Lizard Porsche’s Joerg Bergmeister and Patrick Long. But Bergmeister has owned Lime Rock , with GT2...

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Utah Grand Prix Coverage Recap

Here is a content recap of the fourth round of the 2010 American Le Mans Series season, the Larry H. Miller Dealerships Utah Grand Prix at Miller Motorsports Park, from the MichelinAlley.com staff. SUNDAY LMP – Highcroft, Michelin conquer heat, double-stint for hat trick GT – Risi Back on Top in Utah Utah – Live Race Blog Utah Final Pre-Race Notes Tire Insider – Dijyano – The Forecast The Panoz Abruzzi...

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GT – Risi Back on Top in Utah

Things went about as well as possible for Risi Competizione’s No. 62 Ferrari F430 GT at Utah, as Jaime Melo and Gianmaria Bruni took their second victory of the 2010 season. Despite an early pit stop on the second yellow flag, Melo and Bruni still won by 21.179 seconds in class. Melo pulled out enough of a gap before his last stop that he still exited ahead of second place by 29 seconds, after putting in a double stint on his...

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