The Alley
Nielsen ready to take GTD crown
Sep29

Nielsen ready to take GTD crown

The battle for the GT Daytona championship is expected to come down the final laps at Petit Le Mans with Danish ace Christina Nielsen looking to turn a one point lead into a championship win. Nielsen of TRG Aston Martin clings to that single point lead in GTD standings over Paul Miller Racing Audi’s Christopher Haase and Dion von Moltke heading into the TUDOR Championship season finale. The second generation Danish racer has been a...

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Prototype fight down to the wire
Sep29

Prototype fight down to the wire

It is fitting that the 2015 TUDOR United SportsCar Champion will be determined in the final minutes of the 10 hour season-ending Petit Le Mans race here at Road Atlanta. After nine races and 56 hours of competition, a Prototype cage match is expected to play out here at Road Atlanta. With victories at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca and Watkins Glen International, the Troy Flis led VisitFlorida.com Racing Corvette DP squad with Michael...

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The GTLM fab five
Sep28

The GTLM fab five

And then there were five.  Five drivers remain in the battle for the GT Le Mans (GTLM) TUDOR United SportsCar Championship and they represent five different countries, three manufacturers and three teams. Ranging in age from 33 to 46, the five are a mix of prospective and past champions. Porsche North America team’s Patrick Pilet of France leads the championship on the strength of three consecutive victories at Canadian Tire...

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Game changing moment of the GTLM title chase
Oct05

Game changing moment of the GTLM title chase

Races – and championships – can be won and lost in the pit lane. Ferrari, Porsche and Corvette all suffered severely in Saturday’s Petit Le Mans with a dramatic accident in pit lane. Risi Ferrari’s Pierre Kaffer stopped at the red light at the end of pit lane only to be collected by the Porsche of Patrick Pilet – who in turn was hit by the Corvette of Jan Magnussen. The incident took all three out of...

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Taylor-made success at Petit
Oct05

Taylor-made success at Petit

They may have missed out on the championship to Action Express Racing but Wayne Taylor Racing finished the season on a high note with victory at Petit Le Mans. The Wayne Taylor-led squad featuring his sons Ricky and Jordan Taylor plus “uncle” Max Angelelli took the win – 17 years after Wayne won the inaugural Petit Le Mans with Emmanuel Collard and Eric van de Poele. The Corvette DP squad took the win over new 2014...

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